FERC terminated three more Boyce Hydro hydroelectric licenses, the latest chapter in the fallout of the utility’s 16-year ownership of the Edenville Dam.
About 10,000 central Michigan residents have been forced to evacuate their homes after the Edenville Dam in Midland County collapsed under heavy rainfall.
FERC denied a request to reconsider its decision to revoke the license for a small Michigan hydroelectric project over significant safety concerns.
FERC did not budge on its decision to revoke the license of a hydropower plant in Michigan over the owner's longstanding noncompliance with safety measures.
FERC ordered the shutdown of Boyce Hydro’s 4.8-MW Edenville Dam in northern Michigan over longtime safety violations.
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