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Saluda Hydro Project Factoid:

Only two bulldozers were used in the construction of the original dam, completed in 1930.

 

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lsrSouth Carolina Electric & Gas Company (SCE&G) has begun a multi-year, mandatory federal process known as "Relicensing" for its Saluda Hydroelectric Project. This process is governed by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and will ultimately result in a new operating license that will determine operations and guide the management of the multiple resources associated with the Project, including Lake Murray, for the next 30 to 50 years.

The FERC Relicensing Process for the Saluda Hydro Project involves a variety of stakeholders, including state and federal resource agencies, state and local government, non-governmental organizations ("NGOs"), as well as individual home and boat owners. Together with SCE&G, these stakeholders work to address the many operational, economic, and environmental issues associated with a new operating license for the Saluda Hydro Project.

SCE&G hopes that you find this site informative and helpful. We welcome any comments, suggestions, or criticisms you might have and ask that you them to us.

What's New?

Settlement Agreement

Final License Application

LSR IFIM Report

Land Rebalancing Proposal by SCE&G - Quarterly Public Meeting July 31

Quarterly Public Meeting - July 31

Hydraulic Model and Low Inflow Protocol Presentations (May 22, 2008)

Comments on the Draft Application

2007 Lake Murray Aquatic Plant Survey

Quarterly Public Meeting Presentations

Draft Application for New License

Water Quality Presentations

Spring Use Addendum Study Report

Meetings Calendar

Final Recreation Assessment

Final Boating Density Report

LOWER SALUDA RIVER FLOWS WEBPAGE

Alternative Energy Source Presentation

Hydrology 101 Presentation - Jon Quebbeman

 

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