Little Jackfish River hydroelectric project environmental assessment



Publisher: Ontario Hydro in [Toronto]

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  • Little Jackfish hydro-electric power plant,
  • Environmental impact statements -- Ontario, Northwestern,
  • Hydro-electric power plants -- Environmental aspects -- Ontario, Northwestern,
  • Little Jackfish River (Ont.),
  • Nipigon, Lake (Ont.)

Edition Notes

Other titlesReview of the environmental assessment: Little Jackfish River hydroelectric project., Little Jackfish River hydroelectric project.
StatementOntario Hydro.
ContributionsOntario Hydro., Ontario. Ministry of the Environment.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination12 microfiche
Number of Pages12
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Open LibraryOL14746093M

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The project would generate 1, megawatts of electricity and require a dam a kilometre long and 60 metres high, creating an kilometre reservoir about three times the current width of the river. But the Alberta bands point out Site C would be B.C. Hydro's third dam on the river. The giant Bennett Dam is further upstream. Black River Black River Black River 5Brookfield L,S 6 Black River Kamargo Black River 6Brookfield L,S Black River Defereit Black River 7Brookfield L,S In Panama’s Chiriqui province, another group of Ngäbe is struggling to put a stop to dam construction on the Tabasará River. At megawatts, the Barro Blanco dam is comparatively small, but its impact will be no less disastrous for the communities living on the banks of the river. GENISA, the company responsible for the project, has failed to recognize the project’s impact, publicly. Leimatak River - to be submerged by proposed 66 MW Loktak Downstream Hydro project in Manipur. Media reported that the Loktak Downstream Hydroelectric Corporation Ltd has signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with the Manipur State Power Distribution Company Ltd (MSPDCL) for 66 MW Loktak Downstream Hydroelectric Project on 31st August

This project is part of a continuing effort to address system-wide fish and wildlife losses caused by the development of the hydropower system in the Columbia River Basin. BPA has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) evaluating the potential environmental impacts of the proposed project. The project was carried out in conformity with the environmental assessment of the World Bank,” said Alphonse Edamak, sub director of environment and quality at the Electricity Development. The dam would be the third on the Peace River in B.C., flooding 5, hectares of land over an kilometre stretch of valley. It would generate an estimated 1, megawatts of capacity, or enough to power the equivalent of , homes a year. A report by a joint federal-provincial environmental assessment panel in May made no clear.

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Little Jackfish Location: Little Jackfish River, Thunder Bay, unorganized township. Installed Capacity: 78 MW Ontario Power Generation has proposed development of approximately 78 MW of renewable hydroelectric power through the construction of a generating station on the Little Jackfish River.

With no existing hydroelectric development on the river, the proposed station will include a dam with. Project Status. The province’s Long Term Energy Plan released in December has indicated that the energy that would be generated by the Little Jackfish River Hydroelectric Project is not needed in the near-term.

Therefore, all Project activities are being put on hold. Continue reading →. On November 3,Ontario Power Generation (OPG) and the Chiefs of the six Lake Nipigon First Nations (Animbiigoo Zaagi’igan Anishinaabek, Binwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek, Biinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek, Kiashke Zaaging Anishinaabek, Red Rock Indian Band and Whitesand First Nation) signed a Protocol Agreement related to the proposed Little Jackfish River Hydroelectric Development Project.

and Environmental Rules, international standards and good industry practices so that the people can be assured of infrastructure development that is responsible as well as sustainable.

The Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has always played an integral role in Nepal’s hydropower development process. In June in Ontario, Ontario Power Generation launched an environmental assessment of a MW project proposed for the Little Jackfish River north of Lake Nipigon.

The project is to feature two dams and power plants. The provincially owned utility expects to form an ownership arrangement for Little Jackfish with the Lake Nipigon First Nations. Class Environmental Assessment: Notices of Commencement and Updates.

Notice of Commencement: Active. Cargill Dam Micro Hydro Project Little Jackfish River Hydroelectric Project Notice of Commencement – Little Jackfish. Marter Township Waterpower Project Notice of Commencement – Marter Twp.

TYPE OF HYDRO ELECTRIC DEVELOPMENT AND ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT General Selection of Equipment, their Characteristics and Specifications for design of hydro power station depends upon type and size of hydroelectric development and classification with respect to head and size.

Hydropower projects entail change in use of land and water. The Development of Small Hydroelectric Projects in Vermont January 9, EXECUTIVE SUMMARY In the legislative session, H (An act relating to the Vermont energy efficiency and affordability act) required the Agency of Natural Resources (Agency) to develop a report for the legislature on a number of issues related to the development and permitting of small hydroelectric projects.

According to the US Hydropower Resource Assessment Final Report, there are a total of Flat Rock Dam on the Schuylkill River Hydroelectric Power 6 CAUSE Oftentimes some of the most severe environmental implications of a project occur during the construction phase.

The case of building a dam is no exception. The Upper Lillooet River Hydroelectric Project (ULHP) is a run-of-river power generation scheme located near Pemberton, British Columbia, Canada, consisting of two separate hydroelectric facilities (HEFs) with a combined capacity of HEFs are owned by the Upper Lillooet River Power Limited Partnership and the Boulder Creek Power Limited Partnership.

The Site C JRP issued its report in May (BC Environmental Assessment Office ; Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency). 5 Because of the limited time frame, the panel indicated that it was not able to perform several key analyses, including cost estimates and greenhouse gas emissions assessment.

Nonetheless, environmental. Appendix H: Economic Assessment of the Little Jackfish Project Appendix I: Marathon Co-gen Options Assessment Appendix J: Local Advisory Committee Report on the Socio-Economic Benefits of Electricity Options to Local Communities Appendix K: Documentation of Local Advisory Committee Meetings and Additional Feedback Received.

InThe Kerala State Electricity Board (KSEB) had proposed the Athirappilly Power Project, a megawatt hydroelectric project, on the km small but heavily dammed Chalakudy River.

This included a metre high and metre wide dam around 5 kms upstream of the picturesque falls in the Vazhachal Forest division in Thrissur. The area of the Peace River where the proposed Site C hydro development dam would be built near Fort St. John, B.C., on Jan. 17, Deborah Baic/The Globe and Mail.

The Site C Dam is an under construction run-of-the-river hydroelectric dam on the Peace River near Fort St. John in northeastern British Columbia, is located approximately 80 kilometres downstream from the W.

Bennett completed inthe Site C Dam will become the 4th largest producer of hydroelectricity in British Columbia with an installed capacity of MW and an. The Belo Monte Dam (formerly known as Kararaô) is a hydroelectric dam complex on the northern part of the Xingu River in the state of Pará, its completion, with the installation of its 18th turbine, in Novemberthe installed capacity of the dam complex is 11, megawatts (MW), which makes it the second largest hydroelectric dam complex in Brazil and fourth largest in the.

license for the Gibson Dam Hydroelectric Project, located at the U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Reclamation’s Gibson dam on the Sun River in Lewis and Clark and Teton Counties, Montana, and has prepared a final environmental assessment (EA) for the project.

The project would occupy a total of acres of federal lands. OTTAWA—Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver says cancellation of nearly federal environmental assessments in Ontario does not mean important. Kinnaur, one of Himachal Pradesh’s most ecologically fragile places, is under threat from widespread construction activity in hydroelectric power projects.

Landslides have become a common occurrence threatening apple orchards as well as habitats in Kinnaur. Major hydroelectric developments considered are located in the Saint John River in New Brunswick, the La Grande River in Quebec, and the Churchill River in Manitoba.

In addition, fisheries studies associated with many other Canadian projects were reviewed (Figure 1). Physical environmental changes in a river following hydroelectric develop. The implementation of the MW Maggotty Hydro Expansion Project involves engineering, procurement and construction of all components of the Project necessary to generate hydroelectric power.

This Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) has been prepared in accordance with Terms of Reference (TOR) at Appendix 1. Project Rationale. The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency will act as the Federal Environmental Assessment Coordinator for this environmental assessment.

Glacier Power, a subsidiary of Canadian Hydro Developers, wins support from the Town of Peace River for a proposed $million, megawatt “run of river” hydroelectric project on the Peace River. Life Cycle Inventories of Hydroelectric Power Generation - ii - ESU-services Ltd. Summary The aim of this study is to describe the environmental impacts of construction, operation and deconstruction of hydroelectric power stations.

The main focus is on power plants and their conditions in Switzerland. The following is an excerpt from Breaching the Peace: The Cite C Dam and Valley’s Stand against Big Hydro. by Sarah Cox, which has been shortlisted along with four other books for the Writers' Trust of Canada's Shaughnessy Cohen Prize for Political Writing, the best non-fiction political book of the year.

The winner will be announced in Ottawa on May 15 at the Politics and the Pen event. “During the inspection of the project, it was found that though having different names — MW Mouneswar Small Hydel Project and MW Basavanna Hydro Project, both entities operate from a single dam / diversion weir across the Krishna river.

The dams are downstream of the Narayanpur Dam,” Dandekar said. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, an original operator of the dam when it was erected in the s, wants to equip it with a $3 billion pipeline and a pump station powered by solar.

The micro-hydro project designed to be a run -of-river type, because it requires very little or no reservoir in order to power the turbine.

The water ill run straight through the turbine and back into the river or stream to use it for the other purposes. This has a minimal environmental impact on the local ecosystem.

Many migratory fish, such as shad and river herring, are food for commercial and recreational species, including striped bass and cod. Pacific and Atlantic salmon and other migrating fish, such as American shad, river herring, American eel, and Atlantic and shortnose sturgeon need access to both the ocean and freshwater habitat to complete their life cycles.

By accessing both ocean and. Final Environmental Impact Statement for Hydropower Licenses Yadkin Hydroelectric Project - FERC Project No. Yadkin-Pee Dee River Hydroelectric Project - FERC Project No. North Carolina Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Office of Energy Projects First Street, NE Washington, DC Office of Energy Projects April Virgin River Management Plan & Environmental Assessment, Utah.

Wekiva River Management Plan, Florida. Wenaha River Management Plan, Oregon. West Little Owyhee River Management Plan & Environmental Assessment. White River Management Plan, Oregon. White Clay Creek Management Plan, Delaware & Pennsylvania.

In contrast, a small 10 MW run-of-the-river plant in a hilly location can use as little acres (equal to a quarter of an acre per MW).

Flooding land for a hydroelectric reservoir has an extreme environmental impact: it destroys forest, wildlife habitat, agricultural land, and scenic lands. The company was permitted to file each as a separate, smaller-scale project that falls under the megawatt threshold for a provincial environmental assessment.

In addition to the environmental.In contrast, a small 10 MW run-of-the-rive plant in a hilly location can use as little acres (equal to a quarter of an acre per MW) [2].

Flooding land for a hydroelectric reservoir has an extreme environmental impact: it destroys forest, wildlife habitat, agricultural land, and scenic lands.