We could not get all of our electricity from hydroelectric dams because there just aren’t enough areas that could feasibly be developed. We get about 7% of our electricity from hydroelectric dams right now, and in January of 2006, Idaho National Laboratory found that we could feasibly increase our hydroelectric generation by 50%. That would bring us up to about 11% of our electrical usage at best. And that’s only if we don’t continue to consume more electricity every year.
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