The impact of the intermountain power project on six counties in Utah

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Publication Type report
Research Institute Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Author Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Title The impact of the intermountain power project on six counties in Utah
Description What will happen to the Utah economy when the largest industrial complex ever built in Utah is located in a sparasely populated rural area? The project in question is the four billion dollar Intermountain Power Project (IPP), a 3,000 megawatt, coal-fired electric power plant to provide electric power for cities in California, for publicly owned electrical systems in Utah and for Utah Power and Light Company. This project is widely expected to be approved soon for construction at Lynndyl, Utah, a community located in Millard County approximately 20 miles from Delta, Utah.
Type Text
Publisher Bureau of Economic and Business Research
Language eng
Relation Has Part Bureau of Economic and Business Research. The impact of the intermountain power project on six counties in Utah. Bureau of Economic and Business Research.
Rights Management (c)Bureau of Economic and Business Research
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Identifier ir-admin2/id/48547
ARK ark:/87278/s6fr0c4g
Setname ir_eua
Date Created 2012-10-23
Date Modified 2012-10-23
ID 213429
Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6fr0c4g
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