A Study of Wholesale Cost of Bonneville Power Delivered at Thirty-seven Substations in Oregon Together with Some Data on Costs of Distribution: A Report from the Advisory Committee on Power to the Oregon State Planning Board, December 10, 1935, Issue 1
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40 percent load 51 receiving stations allocation annual costs charged assumptions heretofore set ation Mills average Bonneville in miles Bonneville plant Boone County C. I. Grimm J. W. capital and annual capital cost cents per kw.-hr Colonel Robins Colonel T. M. Robins Columbia river competitive power COST of Bonneville Cost of Delivered cost of distribution cost of energy cost of power Dalles 53 December 20 Delivered Energy DELIVERED TO SUBSTATIONS distance from Bonneville distribution costs Estimated demand kilowatts Farmer C. I. Grimm federal Federal Power Commission firm power Grants Pass Including fixed charges J. C. Stevens McMinnville measuring instruments miles of line mills Including fixed mills per kw.-hr Newberg percent load factor PLANNING BOARD power plant receiving substations Roseburg Rural Electrification shiplock Silverton South Carolina substations based transmission costs transmission lines transmission system tributary area ultimate development United States engineers Valley Area Portland volts WHOLESALE COST York Power Authority