The Yadkin-Pee Dee project is located on the Yadkin and Pee Dee Rivers in Anson, Montgomery, Richmond, and Stanly counties in North Carolina. The project consists of two developments: the Tillery Development (84 MW) and the Blewett Falls Development (24.6 MW). Updated in 2020.
This project is located on the Nantahala River and two tributaries, Dicks Creek and White Oak Creek, in western North Carolina. The Nantahala River is one of the most popular recreational rivers in the United States. Beyond its picturesque setting and level of difficulty suited perfectly to unguided canoes, kayaks and rafts, the Class II-III section of the Nantahala has been a recreational mecca for decades rooted in its longstanding history of predictable flow from the Nantahala Dam operated by Nantahala Power and Light, now Duke Energy. Updated in 2020.
The Monongahela River is approximately 128 miles long and is formed by the confluence of the West Fork River and the Tygart Valley River near the town of Fairmont, WV. The river flows in a northern direction from its headwaters in north- central West Virginia before emptying into the Allegheny River in Pittsburgh, PA.
The Winfield Hydroelectric project is owned by the Appalachian Power Company and located on the Kanawha River. The 38-foot high Winfield dam, owned and operated by the US Army Corps of Engineers, is a gated dam with six roller gates spanning 100 ft between piers and consisting of three locks. This project is operated in conjunction with the upstream London-Marmet project.
The Coosa River Basin drainage encompasses about 10,161 square miles in Alabama, Georgia, and Tennessee. The Coosa River begins at the confluence of the Oostanaula and Etowah rivers in northwest Georgia, and flows 267 miles in a southerly direction to its confluence with the Tallapoosa River, forming the Alabama River.