Deal Would Power Future of Alcoa's Intalco Works

November 2008
Metal Center News;Nov2008, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p38
Trade Publication
The article elaborates on the memorandum of agreement signed by Alcoa and Bonneville Power Administration for the provision of electric power in Ferndale, Washington. Bonneville will supply up to 240 megawatts of direct power to Alcoa Intalco Works aluminum smelter effective October 2011. According to John Thuestad, president of Alcoa's U.S. Primary Products, the move is an important step towards securing a long-term future for the plant.


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