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Consultation and Coordination During Preparation of the DEIS DOE, in developing the scope of work for the Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes transmission study, recognized the need for a great deal of consultation and coordination. Consultation, coordination, and public involvement were integral parts of the study design. As part of this effort, extent of experience in northern New England and location were important factors in selecting consultants for various portions of the study. The System Planning Study (Appendix A), DOE's first project effort, was accomplished in coordination with the electric utilities of the region, specifically NEPLAN, the planning arm of the New England Power Pool.
New England Division and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, "Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Environmental Impact Statement : Supplement to Draft EIS for Transmission Lines Prepared by the Department of Energy" (1978). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 22.
United States. 1978. Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes environmental impact statement: supplement to draft EIS for transmission lines prepared by the Department of Energy. Waltham, Mass: The Division.
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