The Alice Falls facility operates under a license issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Alice Falls Hydro, LLC (a subsidiary of Eagle Creek Renewable Energy) is the licensee for the facility. The facility's current license was issued in 1983 and expires in 2023. On September 28, 2018, the licensee filed documents with the FERC (available below) to initiate the relicensing of the project using the Traditional Licensing Process (TLP).
All filings related to the relicensing process are available from the FERC's eLibrary website: elibrary.ferc.gov. Search for filings by project number: P-5867. The licensee is making available its major document submissions and major FERC orders on this website:
Initial filing on September 28, 2018:
- NOI, request to use TLP, and PAD (257 pages; 11.72 MB)
Supplement to PAD filed October 16, 2018 (updated Exhibits E/F and 401 WQC):
- Supplement to PAD (18 pages; 0.37 MB)
Joint Meeting/Site Visit on January 24, 2019:
- Notice of Joint Meeting and Site Visit filed 1/4/19 (11 pages; 182 kB)
- Joint Agency Meeting Presentation (44 pages; 3.09 MB)
Draft License Application filed on April 30, 2021
- Alice Falls Draft License Application Part 1 (151 pages; 16.0MB)
- Aice Falls Draft License Application Part 2 (302 pages; 17.0MB)
Alice Falls Hydro, LLC will also provide hard copies of any of the above documents upon request. A reproduction cost fee of $0.25/page will apply to such requests. Please use the link below to download a request form and mail the completed form, along with a check for the reproduction cost fee, to Alice Falls Hydro, LLC, care of Eagle Creek Renewable Energy, to request a hard copy of any document.
The licensee will continue to post public information regarding the relicensing of the Alice Falls facility as the process continues.