Kemano Dam

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Kemano Dam:

see NechakoNechako
, river, 287 mi (462 km) long, rising in Tetachuck and Ootsa lakes, central British Columbia, Canada, and flowing NE, then E to the Fraser River at Prince George.
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, river, Canada.
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For example, the Kemano (Kenny Dam) hydroelectric project that powered the Alcan smelter became the largest privately owned hydroelectric facility in North America, with a maximum generating capacity of 1,680,000 kilowatts, which exceeded the total capacity of all the TVA electrification projects, and was 25 per cent greater than the Hoover Dam.
(36) Alcan's press release on the Kenny Dam and Kitimat projects gave the sense of the company's ambition, and also a taste of its modernizing and civilizing rhetoric:
Yet the statistical projections for the Kenny Dam hydroelectric project and its companion town of Kitimat were more or less in line with what Alcan ultimately built.
(40) At the site of the Kenny Dam on the Nechako River, many people of the Cheslatta T'en First Nation were displaced by the subsequent flooding of their traditional territories.