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Eagle Creek Renewable Energy is an owner, operator and developer of hydroelectric power projects. Eagle Creek’s projects provide clean energy to electricity consumers in North America while providing recreational opportunities and protecting historical resources and the environment. Eagle Creek was founded in 2010 to acquire, enhance, and operate small hydroelectric power facilities. Eagle Creek currently owns and operates forty-two hydroelectric facilities in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, New Jersey and New Hampshire and is constructing two new facilities in Vermont.
On December 10, 2014, Eagle Creek Renewable Energy, LLC closed on the acquisition of the 9.5-megawatt Sartell Hydro Project from American Industrial Metals, Inc ("AIM"). Sartell Hydro,...
The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has featured the Menominee River fish passage project in its publication, Restoring the Great Lakes: Success Stories from the 2014 Field Season....
Updated October 3, 2014: Please note: The release scheduled for this Saturday, 10/4/2014 has now been changed to a 2-turbine release...