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Lemolo 2 P-1927


General information

Waterway  North Umpqua River - Off Stream
Current status   Active 
Type of facility Conventional Hydro
Mode of hydropower generation Peaking
Type of permit FERC License

FERC information

FERC docket # P-1927
FERC project name North Umpqua
Other projects with this FERC number
Permit issued 11/13/03
Permit expiration 10/27/38

Ownership and operation

Owner PacifiCorp
Owner type Investor-Owned Utility
Year first online (conventional hydro) 1956
Transmission or distribution system owner PacifiCorp

Power and generating capacity

Number of units 1
Total capacity from hydraulic turbine-generator units within each plant 38.5 mW
Average annual net hydropower generation 153,219.7 mWH

The North Umpqua Project was constructed between 1947 and 1956. It consists of a series of dams and canals that divert water to the eight developments, each of which has a powerhouse and a dam. The Lemolo No. 2 Development includes a 25-foot-high diversion dam that impounds a 1.4-acre pond with no active reservoir storage, 69,503 feet of canal and flumes extending from the diversion dam to the forebay, a 24.2-acre forebay with total storage of 230.6 acre-feet, a 3,975-foot-long penstock, and a powerhouse housing a single turbine-generator with a rated capacity of 33,000 kW. The Lemolo No. 2 dam is about 190 feet downstream of the Lemolo No. 1 powerhouse, and the Lemolo No. 2 powerhouse is about 3,500 feet upstream of Toketee Lake.

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