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Red River L&D No. 4

Project Information
Sector: Renewable Energy Production
Project Category: 
FAST-41 Covered Projects
Project Status: 
Complete
Description: 

Red River Lock & Dam No. 4 Hydroelectric Project (Project No. 12757) is a proposal to construct an original 28.1 MW conventional hydropower project at the existing U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' (Corps) Red River Lock and Dam No. 4, which is located on the Red River in Red River Parish, Louisiana.  The proposed project would occupy 135.1 acres of federal land managed by the Corps.  FERC issued a license order for this project on February 17, 2017.

Project Application and Supporting Documents

Federal Agency Actions

FERC Litigation

  • None filed.

Permitting Timeline

Environmental Assessment (EA)
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Complete 06/28/2013
Milestones:
Determination to prepare an Environmental Assessment (EA)
Complete 05/11/2012
Release for Public Review
Draft EA or other means of coordinating the development of an EA
Final EA
Draft proposed Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)
Issuance of Final EA and Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI)
Complete 06/28/2013
Decision to prepare an Environmental Impact Statement
Issuance of Supplemental EA
Issuance of Supplemental FONSI
Non-Federal Hydropower Licenses
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
02/17/2017
Complete 02/17/2017
Milestones:
Initial application received
Complete 02/24/2011
Completed application received
Complete 05/11/2012
Issuance of decision for permit/approval.
Complete 02/17/2017
Notice to proceed
Review Terminated with no decision
Section 106 Review
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Complete 02/17/2017
Milestones:
Initial application received
Complete 02/24/2011
Completed application received
Complete 05/11/2012
Issuance of decision for permit/approval.
Complete 02/17/2017
Notice to proceed
Review Terminated with no decision
Optional Milestones:
Programmatic Agreement
Complete 05/20/2013
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