Swan Lake North Pumped Storage is a 393.3MW hydro power project. It is planned in Oregon, the US. The project is currently in permitting stage. It will be developed in single phase. The project construction is likely to commence in 2023 and is expected to enter into commercial operation in 2026.
|Project Type||Total Capacity (MW)||Active Capacity (MW)||Pipeline Capacity (MW)||Project Status||Project Location||Project Developer||Hydropower||393.3||–||393.3||Permitting||Oregon, the US||Rye Development|
The project is being developed by Rye Development and is currently owned by Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners KS.
Swan Lake North Pumped Storage is a pumped storage project. The hydro reservoir capacity is planned to be 13.102 million cubic meter. The gross head of the project will be 385.572m. The total number of penstocks, pipes or long channels that carry water down from the hydroelectric reservoir to the turbines inside the actual power station, is expected to be 1 in number. The penstock length will be 304.8m. The penstock diameter will be 9.144m. The project is expected to generate 1,187 GWh of electricity. The project cost is expected to be around $600m.
The hydro power project consists of 3 turbines, each with 131.1MW nameplate capacity.
The project construction is expected to commence from 2023. Subsequent to that it will enter into commercial operation by 2026.
About Rye Development
Rye Development, LLC, is a hydro power generation company, based in US.
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