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PG&E Flows

posted June 30, 2008
by ryan groth

PG&E and AW Partnership for Gauge Information is no longer operating as of 2013.

 

PG&E is providing flow information to the public, either through CDEC or in a few instances through Dreamflows.com

The information below is outdated and no longer true.

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AW and PG&E have partnered to provide gauge information, access information and scheduled releases in one spot to recreational river users. You may access the gauge data by telephone by calling:   

       1-866-629-3925       AW-PG&E    Flow Phone

 

Flows

 

Disclaimer: These provisional data have not been reviewed or edited, and may be subject to significant change.

 

Flow data is provided by clicking the gauge readings to the right.  You can subscribe to the flow information by RSS using the gauges RSS link at the bottom of the page. Click on a specific gauge for history and related information about the gauge.

 

Pit— (Pit 3) Lake Britton to Pit 3 Powerhouse  is now being reported at CDEC.

 

Schedules

 

The schedule to the right lists all PG&E scheduled releases for the next 30 days. You may subscribe to the calendar on the right to have your calendar application keep up-to-date as new dates are added.

 

Access

 

Access information is provided below.

 

 

TBD: Rules, Ettiquette and Access Information

 


 

Paul Martzen
155 South L Street
Dinuba, CA 93618


Associated News

PG&E Flows
June 30, 2008


Associated Projects

  • Feather River (CA)
    AW's decade of work on the Feather River
  • Mokelumne (CA)
    AW negotiated releases, access, and other previsions on the Mokelumne through a dam relicensing process.
  • Pit River (CA)
    AW's is working to restore the Pit River which is impacted by hydropower operations.