Competing Relicensing Applications: Assessing the Threat to Existing Licensees (2017)

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Report: Competing Relicensing Applications: Assessing the Threat to Existing Licensees (2017)

Abstract
This is a report that examines the FERC's relicensing policies for hydroelectric projects with an eye to competition projects seeking relicensing may face from new license applications. The report examines the legal framework that the FERC uses to judge the projects to determine how the FERC has treated projects applying for relicense and how they have treated new projects submitting competing applications.

Authors 
Jay Ryan, Jerrod Harrison and and Marcia Hook




Organization 
HydroWorld


Published 
HydroWorld, 2017



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Citation

Jay Ryan, Jerrod Harrison, and Marcia Hook (HydroWorld). 2017. Competing Relicensing Applications: Assessing the Threat to Existing Licensees (2017). HydroWorld: HydroWorld.