This study analyses alternatives for coping with the peak electrical demand of hot summer afternoons. Economic and Political aspects, as well as technical feasibility, are included. It is concluded that South Louisiana may indeed be able to trim peak demand to 5% below what is anticipated by 1980 , thus making one of the coal fired stations scheduled then unnecessary. However, the contingencies (Natural Gas Shortage, Another Oil Embargo) would make a coal-fired station very desirable.
Gold, S. J.; Bakewell, M. D.; Guidry, G. E.; Lewis, E. F.; Naquin, L. J.; and Whitney, B. P., "Ways to Reduce Peak Electrical Demand in South Louisiana" (1975). UMR-MEC Conference on Energy. 73.
2nd Annual UMR-MEC Conference on Energy (1975: Oct. 7-9, Rolla, MO)
Article - Conference proceedings
Economics of Energy
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09 Oct 1975