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Gravity Renewables Releases 2021 Riverwatcher Report

March 17, 2021

Gravity Renewables Releases 2021 Riverwatcher Report Boulder, CO – Gravity Renewables Inc., an investor-backed owner, operator, and developer of small hydroelectric power plants in the United States has released its annual Riverwatcher Report. 


Statement on Announcement of Groundbreaking Collaboration Between Environmental Groups and Hydropower Operator

October 13, 2020

Boulder, CO – Gravity Renewables is excited for today’s public announcement of the groundbreaking partnership between environmental groups and hydro operators. Gravity has long believed that power generation and environmental stewardship are not mutually exclusive.  Today’s announcement reflects how Gravity operates our 16 hydroelectric facilities and our long-standing work to encourage a new way of thinking about[…] Read the Article


Gravity Renewables COVID-19 Statement

March 20, 2020

Boulder, CO – Gravity Renewables, Inc. owns and operates 18 hydroelectric power projects in seven states.  Our operations are impacted by the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in the following ways: Critical Infrastructure – Dams and electric power generation are classified as critical infrastructure by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.  As such, Gravity has measures[…] Read the Article


Gravity Renewables Releases 2020 Riverwatcher Report

February 20, 2020

Annual Review of River Stewardship Boulder, CO – Gravity Renewables Inc., an investor-backed owner, operator, and developer of small hydroelectric power plants in the United States has released its Riverwatcher Report.  The nontraditional annual report outlines work completed in 2019 to protect and care for riverine environments where Gravity works.  This year’s edition highlights Gravity’s[…] Read the Article


Town of Colonie Announces Renewable Energy Project

July 9, 2019

Over 50% of Town Power Needs to be Met with NY Hydropower Newtonville, NY — Colonie Town Supervisor Paula A. Mahan today announced that the Town has entered a renewable energy program that will substantially underwrite the Town’s energy costs through the purchase of locally-produced hydroelectric power. Under an innovative mechanism known as remote net metering,[…] Read the Article


Gravity Renewables Acquires Sixth New York Plant

May 15, 2019

Operator Assumes Control of Dahowa Hydroelectric Project Greenwich, NY – Gravity Renewables, a leading national owner and operator of small hydroelectric projects, announced today that it has acquired the 10.5 megawatt (MW) Dahowa Hydroelectric Project located on the Batten Kill River in the town of Greenwich, Washington County, New York. “Every hydropower project tells its own[…] Read the Article


Gravity Renewables Releases River Watcher Report

February 6, 2019

Nontraditional Report Highlights River Commitment Boulder, CO – Gravity Renewables Inc., an investor-backed owner, operator, and developer of small hydroelectric power plants in the United States has released its first ever River Watcher Report.  Gravity Renewables brings long-term, cost-effective clean energy to electricity consumers, helps conserve and restore historical hydroelectric sites, and promotes educational and[…] Read the Article


Gravity Renewables Expands Into New Hampshire

July 25, 2018

Announces New Operational Office in Auburn Auburn, NH – Gravity Renewables, Inc., a leading national owner and operator of small hydroelectric projects, is pleased to announce it has opened an operations office in Auburn, New Hampshire and added a key new position to its staff. Gravity Renewables’ office in Auburn will become the operational center[…] Read the Article



Gravity Renewables Expands Operations in Vermont

February 21, 2018

Newport, VT – Gravity Renewables, a leading national owner and operator of small hydroelectric projects, announced today that it has acquired three generation projects totaling just under 5 megawatts (MW) in Vermont.   In addition to two hydroelectric facilities located on the scenic Clyde River, the acquisition includes a 150- kilowatt solar installation. “Operating and maintaining historical[…] Read the Article