Resources & Links
Harris Relicensing Website: You can find many of the relevant relicensing documents, including the Preliminary Licensing Proposal, along with background information and some helpful links on the harrisrelicensing.com website maintained by Alabama Power. Select the “Relicensing Documents” and “HAT” links on the left-hand side to view many of the key documents, such as study reports and the preliminary proposal.
FERC Docket: To see all of the comments, studies, and other filings in the Harris Dam relicensing, view the full docket FERC’s eLibrary. Enter P-2628 as the docket no. and 065 as the sub-docket no. You can also subscribe to the FERC docket to get email alerts when new filings are made or FERC issues a determination.
WATCH: Water is Life: Hydropower in Alabama – Watch this moderated Zoom talk with national and regional environmental advocates discussing some of the impacts hydropower dams have on Alabama’s rivers.
Hydropower Reform Coalition: To learn about how hydropower impacts our rivers and how the relicensing process can be a tool for river restoration, visit the Hydropower Reform Coalition’s website. Among the many excellent resources is the Citizen Guide for Effective Participation in Hydropower Relicensing. Alabama Rivers Alliance proudly participates in the Hydropower Reform Coalition as a member of its Steering Committee.<