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Reports
Published  8/1/2020
The purpose of this project is to (1) review fish passage provisions described in the final license application prepared by Idaho Power Company (IPC) for operation of the Hells Canyon Complex (HCC), and (2) report findings to Idaho Rivers United and American Rivers.
HRC or member-contributed
Hydro guides
Published  4/1/2009
The Activist’s Preparation Guide focuses on the six-month-to-two-year preparatory phase before the relicensing begins.
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Sample pleadings
Published  6/1/2005
In response to the “Notice of Application Tendered for Filing with the Commission, Soliciting Additional Study Requests, and Establishing Procedural Schedule for Relicensing and a Deadline for Submission of Final Amendments” (Dec. 24, 2003), Butte County hereby files an Additional Study Request regarding potential demand for recreational boating on the project reach.
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Court cases
Published  1/1/2003
Was the installation and operation of the three new turbine generators at the project an activity which may result in any discharge for purposes of § 401(a)(1) of the CWA?
HRC or member-contributed
Court cases
Published  1/1/1997
Issue. Can FERC reject conditions contained in a State water quality certification?
HRC or member-contributed
Court cases
Published  1/1/1999
Issue 1. Does the FPA require FERC to consider a pre-project baseline for purposes of environmental review?
HRC or member-contributed
License summariesMidwest
Published  1/1/2009
These six projects on the Au Sable River are part of the Settlement Agreement filed on December 7, 1992 that includes a total of 11 projects (3 on the Muskegon, 6 on the Au Sable and 2 on the Manistee River.
HRC or member-contributed
License summariesMidwest
Published  3/1/2014
The Badger-Rapide Croche (Badger) Development is located in the City of Kaukauna (Kaukauna), Wisconsin at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) Kaukauna dam on the Fox River. The project is approximately 1,800 feet downstream of the Kaukauna dam and utilizes the head created by the 22-foot-high dam and a power canal. Flows, therefore, used for generation bypass the natural river channel.
HRC or member-contributed
Court cases
Published  1/1/1996
Issue. Was FERC or the prescriptive agency the proper party in a § 18 fishway dispute?
HRC or member-contributed
Case Studies
Published  6/1/2009
The Bear River flows in a circular 500-mile path, crossing the Utah-Wyoming state line three times before flowing into Bear Lake in Idaho’s southeastern corner. From Bear Lake the river arcs west and turns back south, returning to Utah and ultimately flowing into the Great Salt Lake, less than 100 miles from its headwaters.