Once depleted, California's Lake Oroville restarts hydroelectric power plant | Lexington Herald Leader
- Jan 8, 2022 4:55 pm GMT
A recent series of storms that brought record-breaking amounts of snowfall to the Sierra Nevada boosted lake levels and provided colder water in the Lake Oroville reservoir, prompting the California Department of Water Resources to fire the facility back up for the first time in nearly five months. "This is a significant milestone as California sees some relief from drought conditions, water ...
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