On July 3, the Low Impact Hydropower Institute's board certified the Oswego River Project , on the Oswego River, New York as a "low-impact" hydropower project....
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The project is located on the Oswego River, in Oswego County, New York and does not occupy any federal lands. The project consists of three developments.
The Fulton development consists of a 509-foot-long, 15-foot-high concrete dam, a33-acre reservoir, a 1,850-foot-long bypassed reach, and a powerhouse containing twogenerating units with a combined installed capacity of 1.25 MW.
The Minetto development consists of a 500-foot-long, 22.5-foot-high concretedam, a 350-acre reservoir, and a powerhouse containing five generating units with acombined installed capacity of 8.0 MW.
The Varick development consists of a 730-foot-long, 13-foot-high masonry gravitydam, a 32-acre reservoir, a 1,940-foot-long bypassed reach, and a powerhouse containing four generating units with a combined installed capacity of 8.8 MW.
|License Application Filed||12-09-1991|
|Offer of Settlement Filed||02-19-2004|