On June 18, 2009, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued a 50-year operating license to Avista for its Spokane River Hydroelectric Project, which comprises five of Avista's six Spokane River plants (Post Falls, Upper Falls, Monroe Street, Nine Mile and Long Lake). The license includes a variety of measures designed to protect and enhance natural resources connected with the Spokane River.
In 2009 Avista also celebrated two major milestones in our Clark Fork Project - the 50th anniversary of the first power generated at Noxon Rapids Dam, and the 10th anniversary of the Clark Fork Settlement Agreement (PDF).
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