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Lee Vining Hydroelectric Project (FERC No. P-1388)

Lee Vining (Poole) Powerhouse

Lee Vining (Poole) Powerhouse


Southern California Edison is beginning the relicensing process for the Lee Vining Hydroelectric Project. Please use this page to find out how to get involved and stay up to date.

Upcoming Meetings

Stay Informed

If you are interested in participating in the relicensing proceeding, please complete the Contact Registration Form and Project Questionnaire. This will ensure you are included on the distribution list and will receive future relicensing communications and meeting notifications.

Below are links to project-related materials, notifications, and documentation (provided as PDFs). All documents related to the Lee Vining Project can also be found on FERC’s eLibrary. This page will be updated throughout the relicensing process as new materials become available or are updated.

Register online here to be notified via e-mail of new FERC filings and issuances related to the Lee Vining Project. Follow the online instructions and subscribe to docket number P-1388.

Project Description & Materials

Below are links to Project-related materials, notifications, and documentation (provided as PDFs). All documents related to the Lee Vining Project can also be found on FERC’s eLibrary. This page will be updated throughout the relicensing process as new materials become available or are updated.

* About Technical Working Groups (TWG)

The TWG process is open to all interested parties including public agencies, Native American tribes, and not-for-profit organizations, as well as individuals. Participants are expected to make a significant time commitment to prepare for and attend meetings, review documents, and provide technical input to SCE and its consultants on methods, analysis, and interpretation in a timely fashion. In light of this time commitment, it is expected that the TWG process will attract a relatively small number of subject matter experts. SCE will also support a concurrent but separate outreach effort to provide information about the relicensing to the interested public as well as stakeholders electing not to participate in the TWG process via electronic communication and updates to the Project website.

For additional information on the TWG process, see the TWG Charter Document in the Project Materials list above.

Contact Us

Name Company Project Role Address Email Phone
Wayne Allen SCE Principal Manager 1515 Walnut Grove Ave. Rosemead, CA 91770 wayne.allen@sce.com 626-302-9741
Matthew Woodhall SCE Project Lead 1515 Walnut Grove Ave. Rosemead, CA 91770 matthew.woodhall@sce.com 626-302-9596
Samantha Nelson SCE Operations and Maintenance Bishop Hydro Offices Plant 4 Bishop CA 93514 samantha.nelson@sce.com 760-873-0724