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Greater Atlantic Region Hydropower Project Review

NOAA Fisheries reviews proposed and existing hydropower and hydrokinetic projects in cooperation with applicants/operators, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, other federal agencies, state resource agencies, tribes, NGOs, and interested parties.

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