The Energy Source That is Pure Michigan
Some of our greatest assets are the oldest. That’s certainly true of the 13 hydroelectric plants that we operate along five rivers that run through our state. Built between 1906 and 1935, our heritage is rooted in these renewable energy sources. Hydropower is one of Michigan’s most important homegrown energy sources. It produces clean, reliable power that we’ve been able to count on for more than a century.
Want to learn more about hydro dams? Check out the Hydro Reporter
for current hydro dam information and events. Download the Get Closer to Nature brochure
for recreational activities at the hydro dams.