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Lake Lynn

The Lake Lynn is a 54 MW run-of-river peaking hydroelectric facility with storage capability located in Monongahela, West Virginia on the Cheat River. Lake Lynn, which began commercial operations in 1926, is equipped with four Francis turbine units connected to four generators. The facility’s ponding capability varies by season and allows for peaking. Lake Lynn produces approximately 130,000 MWh of clean electricity annually, which is enough to power 11,700 homes.

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All Dam 5 & 6

All Dam 5 and All Dam 6 are two run-of-river hydroelectric projects with a collective 18 MW capacity located in Freeport, PA on the Allegheny River. Each are equipped with two horizontal pit-type hydroelectric turbines. All Dam 5&6, which began commercial operations in 1989, produces over 83,500 MWh of clean electricity annually, which is enough to power 7515 homes.

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PE Hydro

PE Hydro is a portfolio of seven run-of-river operating hydroelectric assets with a total capacity of 11 MW located in West Virginia and Virginia on the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers. The projects, which began commercial operations between 1909 and 1991, are equipped with Francis, Propeller, and Kaplan turbines in a total of 21 units across the portfolio. PE Hydro produces over 41,500 MWh of clean electricity annually, which is enough to power 3,735 homes.

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Little Falls

Little Falls Hydro is a 13.6 MW run-of-river hydroelectric facility located on the Mohawk River in Little Falls, New York. The project, which began commercial operations in 1987, is equipped with two horizontal Kaplan turbines. Little Falls Hydro produces over 54,000 MWh of clean electricity annually, which is enough to power 4,860 homes.

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Lyonsdale

Lyonsdale Hydro is a 3 MW run-of-river hydroelectric project located on the Moose River in Lyonsdale, New York. The facility, which began commercial operations in 1984, is equipped with two vertical Kaplan turbines. Lyonsdale Hydro produces approximately 12,500 MWh of clean electricity annually, which is enough to power 1,125 homes.

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Mahoning Creek

The Mahoning Creek Hydroelectric Project is a 6 MW hydroelectric facility at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Mahoning Creek Dam, located on Mahoning Creek in Armstrong County, Pennsylvania. The project includes a 50-foot-high intake structure attached to the upstream face of the dam, a 1,090-foot-long, 10-foot-diameter penstock, and a powerhouse containing a 4-MW and a 2-MW vertical-shaft generating unit. Construction of the project began in March 2013 and the facility began commercial operations in December 2013. Mahoning Creek is expected to produce over 21,000 MWh of electricity annually for 50 years, which is enough to power 1,890 homes.

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This facility produces Low Impact Hydropower as certified by the Low Impact Hydropower Institute (an independent non-profit organization) to have environmental impacts in key areas below levels the Institute considers acceptable for hydropower facilities. For more information about the certification, please see www.lowimpacthydro.org.

 


York Haven

York Haven is a 20 MW run-of-river hydroelectric project on the Susquehanna River in south central Pennsylvania. York Haven began commercial operations in 1901, making it one of the oldest hydroelectric projects in America. The facility is equipped with 13 horizontal Francis turbines, 4 vertical Kaplan turbines, and 3 vertical propeller units. York Haven produces approximately 131,000 MWh of clean electricity annually, which is enough to power 11,790 homes.

LIHI Certification Mark
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This facility produces Low Impact Hydropower as certified by the Low Impact Hydropower Institute (an independent non-profit organization) to have environmental impacts in key areas below levels the Institute considers acceptable for hydropower facilities. For more information about the certification, please see www.lowimpacthydro.org.

 


Glen Park

Glen Park is a 32.65 megawatt run-of-the-river facility on the Black River near Watertown, New York. The facility has two 14.5 MW and one 3.65 MW vertical Kaplan turbines with direct-coupled Siemens-Allis generators. Glen Park produces approximately 150,000 megawatt-hours of clean electricity per year, enough to power 13,500 homes.

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High Rock

High Rock is a 39.6 megawatt facility on the Yadkin River with project lands in Davie, Davidson and Rowan counties in North Carolina. The facility, which began commercial operations in 1927, has three 13.2 MW vertical Francis turbines connected to generators. High Rock produces approximately 130,000 megawatt-hours of clean electricity per year, enough to power 11,700 homes.

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Tuckertown

Tuckertown is a 38.04 megawatt facility on the Yadkin River with project lands in Rowan, Davidson, Stanly and Montgomery counties in North Carolina. The facility, which began commercial operations in 1962, has three 12.68 MW Kaplan turbines connected to generators. Tuckertown produces approximately 120,000 megawatt-hours of clean electricity per year, enough to power 10,800 homes.

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Narrows

Narrows is a 108.8 megawatt facility on the Yadkin River with project lands in Davidson, Stanly and Montgomery counties in North Carolina. The facility, which began commercial operations in 1917, has four 27.2 MW vertical Francis turbines connected to generators. Narrows produces approximately 420,000 megawatt-hours of clean electricity per year, enough to power 37,800 homes.

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Falls

Falls is a 29.94 megawatt facility on the Yadkin River with project lands in Stanly and Montgomery counties in North Carolina. The facility, which began commercial operations in 1919, has one 10.0 MW vertical Francis turbine and two 9.97 MW Allis Chalmers propeller type turbines connected to generators. Falls produces approximately 120,000 megawatt-hours of clean electricity per year, enough to power 10,800 homes.

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