Please include the docket number (DI12-8-000) on any comments, protests, and/or motions filed.
k.Description of Project:The proposed Arlington Wastewater Plant Demonstration Project would consist of an experimental 15-kW hydrokinetic turbine generator, designed for use in the pipelines of municipal wastewater treatment facilities, which will be dropped into a 8-foot-long, 6-foot-wide, and 6-foot-deep concrete diversion chamber that is located along the 24-inch-diameter, 421-foot-long outfall pipe from the treatment plant. An outflow pipe from the diversion chamber deposits the treated water into the Hudson River. A 100-foot-long transmission line will connect the proposed project to the sewage treatment plant.
l.Petition for Declaration of Intention:United Water asks that it be allowed, without a license under part I of the Federal Power Act, to deploy, test, and study the type of facilities listed above, and use the power from the test devices to operate miscellaneous ventilation and lighting equipment at the treatment facility. The experimental hydrokinetic turbine generator will be tested for a limited time to determine its durability.
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