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1.1. Who is the Hydropower Reform Coalition?
1.2. Toolkit Organization
1.3. Legal Research Relevant to Hydropower Regulation
2.2.2. U.S. Department of Interior
2.2.3. Forest Service
2.2.4. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
2.2.5. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
2.2.6. State Agencies
2.3.1. Types of Licenses and Related Approvals
B. Exemption
C. Preliminary Permit
2.3.2. What is Included in the “Project?”
2.3.3. Who is the Licensee?
2.3.4. What are the Basic Legal Responsibilities of Licensee?
A. Standard Articles
D. FPA Section 4(e) Conditions for Protection of a Federal Reservation
E. FPA Section 18 Fishway Prescription
H. Water Quality Certification Under CWA section 401(a)
I. Consistency Determination Under the Coastal Zone Management
2.3.5. What is the Term of the License?
2.4. License Amendments
2.5. Compliance and Enforcement of Licenses
3. RELICENSING PROCESS
3.1. Purpose of Relicensing Proceeding
3.1.1. New License
3.1.2. Nonpower License
3.1.3. Decommissioning as a Result of License Surrender
3.1.4. Federal Takeover
3.2. Fundamental Elements of Licensing Process
3.2.1. Notice of Intent
3.2.2. Licensing Record
A. Pre-Application Document
D. Evidence Submitted by Participants
3.2.2. Consultation, Comment, Intervention, Hearing
A. Consultation
B. Comments and other Standard Filings
D. Interlocutory Relief
3.2.3. Rehearing by FERC
3.2.5. Judicial Review
4. INTEGRATED LICENSING PROCESS
4.1. Notice of Intent (NOI)
4.1.1. Process Selection
4.1.2. Pre-Application Document
4.2. Study Plan Development and NEPA Scoping
4.2.1. Tribal Consultation
4.2.2. Endangered Species Act (ESA) Consultation
4.2.3. Notice of Commencement
4.2.4. Scoping Document and Process Plan
B. Study or Information Request
C. Scoping Document 1
4.2.6. Scoping Document 2
4.2.7. Proposed Study Plan
4.2.8. Comments on Proposed Study Plan
4.2.9. Revised Study Plan
4.2.10. Study Plan Determination
4.2.11. Study Dispute
4.3. Implementation of Study Plan
4.3.1. Study Reports
4.3.2. Additional Study Request
B. New Study Request
4.4. Development of License Application
4.4.1. Preliminary License Proposal
4.4.2. License Application
A. Exhibit E (Environmental Exhibit)
B. Exhibit H (Developmental Benefits)
4.4.1. Tendering and Related Notices and ESA Consultation
A. Tendering Notice
B. Resolution of Pending Information Requests
C. Notice of Deficiency
4.5. Substantive Review of License Application
4.5.1. Notice of Acceptance and Readiness for Environmental Analysis
A. Mandatory and other Conditions
B. Amendment of Application
A. Environmental Assessment Published Only in Final Form
B. Environmental Document Published First in Draft Form
4.5.3. FPA section 10(j) Process
4.5.4. ESA Formal Consultation Process
4.5.5. Water Quality Certification Process
4.5.6. Coastal Zone Consistency Process
4.6. Licensing Order
5. TRADITIONAL LICENSING PROCESS
5.2. First-Stage Consultation
5.2.1. Consultation Meeting
5.2.2. Comments and Study Requests
5.2.4. Referral of Study Dispute to OEP Director
5.3. Second-Stage Consultation
5.3.1. Study Plan Implementation
5.3.2. Draft License Application
5.4. Third-Stage Consultation
5.4.1. New License Application
6. ALTERNATIVE LICENSING PROCESS
6.2. Initial Information Package (IIP)
7. SETTLEMENTS AS PREFERRED BASIS FOR LICENSES
7.2. Structure of Settlement
7.2.2. Proposed License Articles
7.2.3. Non-jurisdictional Measures
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HRC Toolkit (2005-06-27)

HRC Toolkit (2005-06-27)

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