Newport Hydroelectric Project

Located along the biologically-rich Clyde River of northern VT, the Newport hydro project has been powering the region since the 1930s. Today, the facility consists of a dam, penstock, upstream and downstream fish passage, and a powerhouse containing three hydroelectric generating units. A 150-kilowatt solar photovoltaic system is co-located at the station.

Glendale Hydroelectric Project

The Glendale hydro facility is comprised of five units totaling 1.14 MW of capacity. Located on the Housatonic River in Stockbridge, MA, the facility offers recreational access for canoeing and bank fishing. Its powerhouse is listed in the National Register of Historic Places in recognition of its engineering and industrial uses dating back to 1900.

Dahowa Hydroelectric Project

Harnessing flows from the Batten Kill River, the Dahowa Hydroelectric Project overlooks Dionondahowa Falls in New York’s Capital Region. The current station was built in 1991, utilizing 110 feet of head and a vertical Kaplan turbine to produce enough to power more than 3,000 homes.

Comtu Falls Hydro Project

Located on the historic Black River, the Comtu Falls Hydroelectric Project generates clean electricity in downtown Springfield, Vermont. The hydroelectric plant generates 2.5 million kilowatt hours of clean energy each year — enough to power 372 homes.    

Chittenden Falls Hydroelectric Project

The site of Columbia County’s first paper mill in 1820, Chittenden Falls Hydroelectric Project is located on the Kinderhook Creek in Stuyvesant, NY. The plant was repowered in 1981 and under a partnership with Skidmore College, has been refurbished by Gravity. Producing 20% of Skidmore’s load, it also houses a remote classroom and exhibit area.