Lisense summary for P-1981.
License summary for P-2689. Power generated from this project is used to produce pulp and paper products by the Scott Paper Company. However, a small amount is sold back to the local electric utility when paper production is shut down for five major holidays in a year.
The licensee of the project decided that the project is not economically feasible for relicensing. Through a settlement of which HRC/MHRC was a part, the licensee decided to decommission the project, potentially opening the door for dam removal. For relicensing, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) wanted licensee to install emergency spillways at Brown Bridge dam.
Stockport will develop a WQ monitoring plan which will include measures to enhance dissolved oxygen (DO) when it falls below 5 mg/L. When the DO level falls below 5 mg/L, the project is required to be shut down.
This project is part of the Wilderness Shores Settlement Agreement (WSSA) signed on February 10, 1997. The WSSA contains ten hydroelectric (hydro) projects and one non-hydro dam. Coalition members Michigan Hydro Relicensing Coalition (MHRC) and Rivers Alliance of Wisconsin (RAW) worked on and are parties to WSSA.