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waterpower

[′wȯd·ər‚pau̇·ər]
(mechanics)
Power, usually electric, generated from an elevated water supply by the use of hydraulic turbines.
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The Ontario Waterpower Association is I an industry group representing 150 members engaged in the hydroelectric industry in the province.
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In 2007, the Ontario Waterpower Association completed an exhaustive, province-wide survey that categorized potential hydro sites.
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The brothers owned grist and wood mills, a ferry service, an apple tree nursery and eventually became wood operators and lumber barons, taking advantage of the ample waterpower source that quickly became known as Jessup's Falls.