7 CFR 1.673 - How will the Forest Service analyze a proposed alternative and formulate its modified condition?
(a) In deciding whether to adopt a proposed alternative, the Forest Service must consider evidence and supporting material provided by any license party or otherwise available to the Forest Service, including:
(1) Any evidence on the implementation costs or operational impacts for electricity production of the proposed alternative;
(3) Any ALJ decision on disputed issues of material fact issued under § 1.660 with respect to the preliminary condition;
(5) The license party's proposal under § 1.671.
(b) The Forest Service must adopt a proposed alternative if the Forest Service determines, based on substantial evidence provided by any license party or otherwise available to the Forest Service, that the alternative:
(c) When the Forest Service files with FERC the condition that the Forest Service adopts as its modified condition under §§ 1.672(b), it must also file:
(2) Any study, data, and other factual information relied on that is not already part of the licensing proceeding record.
(d) The written statement under paragraph (c)(1) of this section must demonstrate that the Forest Service gave equal consideration to the effects of the condition adopted and any alternative not adopted on:
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