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Recreation and Safety

Make safety a priority

Brookfield Renewable is strongly committed to public safety and to providing a safe recreational experience.

BE CAUTIOUS WHEN RECREATING NEAR HYDROPOWER FACILITIES.
WATER CONDITIONS CAN CHANGE QUICKLY AND WITHOUT NOTICE.

Pay attention to your surroundings and respect all signs and warning signals.


Facilities and Waterflows 

To plan your next outing on the water, please consult the following pages to obtain information specific to certain facilities.

Waterflow information is also available for a number of facilities on the Waterline website.

Smoky Mountain

Smoky Mountain features 4 facilities of 378 MW of installed capacity and 86 miles of transmission located in North Carolina and Tennessee.

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Kokish
The Kokish River facility is located on north-eastern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, and is owned and operated by Kwagis Power, a limited partnership between Brookfield Renewable and the 'Namgis First Nation.
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La Lièvre

Our Lièvre facilities are located on the Lièvre River in Quebec, and are comprised of Masson, Dufferin, High Falls and Rapides-des-Cèdres hydroelectric stations, with a total installed capacity of 263 megawatts (MW).

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Black Bear

Black Bear portfolio is located in Maine on the Penobscot and Union Rivers and includes 8 hydroelectric generating stations with an installed capacity of 57 MW.

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Safe Harbor
Safe Harbor hydroelectric generating facility is situated on the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania and generates an average of 1.1 million megawatt-hours annually
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Holtwood
The Holtwood plant has been generating electricity since 1910, using the power of the water held back by a 55-foot-high dam across the Susquehanna River between Lancaster and York counties.
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Wallenpaupack
The 44 MW Wallenpaupack hydroelectric plant is powered by the water contained by a 1,280-foot-long and 70-foot-high dam, which creates the popular 5,700-acre Lake Wallenpaupack
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Deep Creek
Deep Creek is a two unit, 20 MW hydroelectric generation station located in Garrett Country, Maryland.
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