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Federal Energy Regulatory Commission: Charges for Hydropower Projects’ Use of Federal Lands Needs to Be Reassessed
Barry T. Hill (au)
Hydropower projects generate power valued at billions of dollars. For projects located on Federal lands, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is required to assess “reasonable annual charges” to use these lands. FERC agrees that fair market value is the most reasonable basis for assessing these charges. This report examines FERC’s annual charge system & the extent to which it reflects the Federal lands’ contributions to hydropower. This report described & assessed FERC’s annual charge system, estimated the fair market value for the use of Federal lands, & discussed the implications of higher charges on consumers & project owners. Includes recommendations. Charts & tables.
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