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Cabot Station Power Plant

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The Cabot Street Power Plant, also known as the Cabot Station, is a significant hydroelectric facility located on the Connecticut River in Turners Falls, Massachusetts. The plant, which was first put into service in 1916, is part of the larger FirstLight Generating Resources’ Turners Falls facility. It has a total capacity of 62 megawatts, making it Massachusetts’ largest conventional hydropower facility. The plant operates when river flows exceed 15,000 cubic feet per second (cfs), producing over 2 million kilowatt-hours of clean energy in a typical year. The Cabot Street Power Plant plays a crucial role in the region’s energy infrastructure.

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FirstLight Generating Resources

Turners Falls, MA 01376