Dworshak Dam - Hydroelectric Project Information

Dworshak Dam image
Image Source: USACE Digital Visual Library

General Information

Dam:
Dworshak Dam. North Fork Clearwater River. River Mile 1.9
Constructed:
1973 (units 1-3, skeleton bays 4-6); units 5 and 6 deauthorized in 1990, unit 4 deauthorized in 1995
Owner:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District
Normal Operating Pool1:
1445.0-1600.0 feet
Maximum Pool1:
1604.9 feet
Powerhouse Capacity:
Nameplate capacity: 2 @ 90 MW, 1 @ 220 MW, 400 MW total
Continuous overload capacity: 2 @ 103.5 MW, 1 @ 253 MW, 460 MW total
Hydraulic capacity: 10.5 kcfs

1 From USACE Walla Walla District, Structural Details Map.

Additional Information

Dworshak Dam web page. Contact U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Walla Walla District for all additional information.

These web pages provide information about the location, construction date, pool elevation, and powerhouse capacity of the major federal and non-federal hydroelectric projects in the Columbia Basin. All information is courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NWD unless otherwise noted. The information and images are from the Army Corps of Engineers 1989 publication, "Columbia River and Tributaries Review Study: Project Data and Operating Limits" unless otherwise noted. USACE makes no warranties concerning the accuracy, reliability, or suitability of the data for any particular purpose. Pages include links to the owners/operators hydroelectric project web sites with visitor/tour information and further information. The map and these web pages cover only the major federal and non-federal dams in the region.

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