Plant data sheets of hydroelectric and steamelectric plants of the Pacific Northwest.
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Plant data sheets of hydroelectric and steamelectric plants of the Pacific Northwest. Hydroelectric plants with installed capacity of 5,000 Kw and greater. Steam-electric plants with installed capacity of 10,000 Kw and greater. Rev. Dec., 1961. by Columbia Basin Inter-Agency Committee. Power Planning Subcommittee.

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Published in [Portland, Or.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Hydroelectric power plants -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Steam power plants -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Electric power production -- Northwest, Pacific.

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