City of Los Angeles

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Mayor's Office OpenData
Description
Once-Through Cooling is the process of drawing ocean water and pumping it through a generating station's cooling system, then discharging it back into the ocean. LADWP is eliminating the use of ocean water for cooling in its 3 coastal power plants. MGD stands for Million Gallons per Day.
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A Livable and Sustainable City
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otc, once through cooling, coastal power plants
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LADWP
License
1.0 Universal (Public Domain Dedication)
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OTC (MGD)
otc_mgd

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