Mystic Lake, West Rosebud Creek, Montana

Mystic Lake, West Rosebud Creek, Montana

The Mystic Lake Hydroelectric Project is located on West Rosebud Creek, in Stillwater and Carbon counties about 75 miles southwest of Billings, in southern Montana. The project began operation in 1925 and received its last operating license in 2007 and became the first project to do so using the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s Integrated Licensing Process (ILP.)

Mid-Snake River Projects, Snake River, Idaho

Mid-Snake River Projects, Snake River, Idaho

Snake River is the largest tributary of the Columbia River and is more than 1,000 miles long. The Snake River has more than 23 dams on its mainstem making it one of the most dammed rivers in the Northwest. The river is used for power generation, water supply and irrigation.

Gibson Project, Sun River, Montana

Gibson Project, Sun River, Montana

The project, yet to be constructed but licensed in Jan 2012, would be located on the Gibson dam, owned by the Bureau of Reclamation and located inside the Lewis and Clark National Forest in Lewis and Clark and Teton Counties in Montana.