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Other projects » Meanwhile, the House passed two Utah-centric measures on Wednesday that will now head to the president for his signature.
The first would allow a hydropower station to be built on part of the CUP project on the Diamond Fork System that could generate some 50 megawatts of clean, renewable power and raise $4 million in federal revenue in the first decade of operation.
The second, the South Valley Electric Conveyance Act, would direct the Interior secretary to hand over ownership of an electrical system in Utah. The South Utah Valley Electric Service District would then be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the system.
"These two bills will give Utahns more of a say over the resources and entities affecting our state," said Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, a sponsor of the measures in the Senate.
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