Rahul Sharma

Athabasca System Hydroelectric Stations

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Country  Canada
Commission date  1939-1980
Nameplate capacity  23 MW
Status  Operational
Owner(s)  SaskPower
Athabasca System Hydroelectric Stations
Location  near Uranium City, Saskatchewan

Athabasca System Hydroelectric Stations are a series of small hydroelectric stations on the Charlot River in the Athabasca region owned by SaskPower, located near Uranium City, Saskatchewan, Canada.

Description

The system consists of the:

  • Wellington Power Station 59°37′40″N 109°01′07″W - a two unit station generating 4.8 MW (the first 2.4 MW unit was commissioned in 1939 and the second in 1959).
  • Waterloo Power Station 59°37′57″N 109°03′24″W -a single 8 MW unit commissioned in 1961 and located downstream of the Wellington Power Station.
  • Charlot River Power Station 59°36′45″N 109°06′51″W - a two unit station commissioned in 1980 and located downstream of the Waterloo Power Station. It is served by the Charlot River Airport.
  • References

    Athabasca System Hydroelectric Stations Wikipedia


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