Gravity Renewables acquires Vermont’s Nantanna Mill small hydropower plant

Small hydro developer Gravity Renewables has completed the acquisition of the 222-kW Dog River hydropower project, giving the Colorado-based company its second plant in Vermont.

Also known as Nantanna Mill, the Dog River project was constructed along the river of the same name and commissioned in 1983.

“Powered by the topography of the Green Mountains, Dog River Hydro is an important part of central Vermont’s renewable energy mix,” Gravity Renewables CEO Ted Rose said.

The plant’s previous owner, Jay Boeri, will remain as a consultant.

“After a 31-year association with Nantanna Hydro — rehabilitating, operating or owning it — we are pleased to hand the keys over to Gravity Renewables,” Boeri said.

HydroWorld.com most recently reported on Gravity Renewables in February, when the company had completed the acquisition of the 3.5-MW Stillwater plant in New York.

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Michael Harris formerly was Editor for HydroWorld.com.

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