Eagle Creek constructs new hydroelectric projects where there is a significant unused resource, demand for clean power production is high, and a project can be built responsibly and in consideration of the environment and the project's neighbors.
Eagle Creek is currently constructing new power stations at the Ball Mountain and Townshend Dams on the West River in Vermont. These dams were built in the 1960s by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for flood control. The new projects will add 3,100 kilowatts of capacity and over 10 million kilowatt-hours of annual production to Eagle Creek's portfolio of hydroelectric power plants.
Eagle Creek recently completed a new powerhouse at the Rio Dam in New York to generate electricity from the water that bypassed the existing Rio power station. The project added 800 kilowatts of capacity and 5.4 million kilowatt-hours of clean energy production to the output of the Rio project.