Certified Facilities

This page is for LIHI Certified projects; those that have been determined to have satisfied the LIHI Certification Criteria. To find a specific project, use the search tool on the right side of the page to search by project name, FERC project number, state, river or other descriptor. Or at the top of the page, click on Facilities and then Certified Facilities to view a table of all Certified facilities and links to their project pages.

LIHI Certificate #32 – Newton Falls Project, New York

December 29th, 2012 by

The Newton Falls Hydroelectric Project consists of two developments (Upper Newton Falls and Lower Newton Falls), which are located on the Oswegatchie River in the Town of Clifton, St. Lawrence County, New York.  The Project is located approximately 98 miles upstream of the river’s confluence with the St. Lawrence River.  The Oswegatchie River has seventeen…
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LIHI Certificate #31 – Boulder Creek Project, Montana

January 24th, 2008 by

The Boulder Creek Project is located in northwest Montana, within Lake County, and its entire drainage is within the Flathead Indian Reservation. Boulder Creek drains into Flathead Lake from the Mission Range of the Rocky Mountains. This facility is owned by the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, and is managed and operated by S&K Holding…
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LIHI Certificate #30 – Lake Chelan Project, Washington

December 27th, 2012 by

  The Lake Chelan Hydroelectric Project is located on the Chelan River, near the City of Chelan, in Chelan County, Washington. The project occupies 465.5 acres of federal lands administered by the U.S. Forest Service (Forest Service) and U.S. Department of the Interior, National Park Service (Park Service). Project Name Lake Chelan LIHI Certificate Number…
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LIHI Certificate #29 – Jordanelle Hydroelectric Project, Utah

December 13th, 2007 by

The Project is not licensed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) but is authorized through a lease of power privilege from the Department of the Interior (DOI), Bureau of Reclamation’s (BuRec) Central Utah Project (CUP) which is an alternative to DOI for development of federal hydropower. By letter dated August 16, 2000, DOI selected the…
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LIHI Certificate #27- West Branch St. Regis Project, New York

August 3rd, 2012 by

The West Branch of the St. Regis River originates in ponds near Saranac Lake, New York, flowing approximately 35 miles to the Parishville impoundment, then an additional 20 miles to its junction with the St. Regis River, which in turn enters the St. Lawrence River 20 miles further downriver. Project Name West Branch St. Regis…
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LIHI Certificate #26 – Goat Lake Hydroelectric Project, Alaska

July 17th, 2012 by

The Goat Lake Hydroelectric Project is located approximately 6.5 miles northeast of Skagway, Alaska. The lake is situated in a perched cirque valley at El 2925. The lake lies east and south of the Skagway River. The drainage basin for Goat Lake and Pitchfork Falls Creek includes 4.2 square miles. The lake is fed by…
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LIHI Certificate #25 – Pelton Round Butte Project, Oregon

March 28th, 2007 by

The 366.82-MW Pelton Round Butte Project (Project), owned and operated jointly by Portland General Electric Company (PGE) and the Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon (Tribes) (together, “Applicants”), consists of the Round Butte, Pelton, and Reregulating developments located on the Deschutes River in Jefferson County, Oregon.  The Deschutes River basin is located…
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LIHI Certificate #24 – Mother Ann Lee Hydroelectric Station, Kentucky

December 28th, 2012 by

The Mother Ann Lee Hydroelectric Station is located at Lock and Dam 7 on the Kentucky River.  This dam is part of a system of 14 lock and dams installed on the Kentucky River between Beattyville in the eastern Kentucky and Carrollton on the Ohio River.  This navigation system established a transportation route deep into…
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LIHI Certificate #23 – Raystown Hydroelectric Project, Pennsylvania

June 4th, 2014 by

Raystown Dam, managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps), is located on the Raystown Branch of the Juniata River, about 5.5 miles upstream from its confluence with the Juniata River and 92 miles above the confluence of the Juniata River with the Susquehanna River. Raystown Dam and Raystown Lake are located in south…
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LIHI Certificate #22 – Black Bear Lake Hydroelectric Project, Alaska

November 18th, 2011 by

The Black Bear Lake Hydroelectric Project is a 4.5 MW hydroelectric project at Black Bear Lake on Prince of Wales Island, located at Sections 1 and 12; T73S, R82E, CRM, approximately 15 miles NE of Klawock. The lake’s spill elevation is 1687 feet msl, with a surface size of 215 acres. With the licensed 15…
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