High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Robert Moses
Niagara Hydroelectric Power Station is a hydroelectric power
station in Lewiston, New York near Niagara Falls, New York, United
States. The plant diverts water from Niagara River above Niagara
Falls and returns the water into the lower portion of the river
near Lake Ontario. It utilizes 13 generators at an installed
capacity of 2,515 megawatts (MW). The Robert Moses plant was built
to replace power production upon the collapse of the hydroelectric
Schoellkopf Power Station on June 7, 1956 in Niagara Falls. It is
named after Robert Moses, a mid-20th Century urban planner in New
York and is directly opposite of the Sir Adam Beck Hydroelectric
Power Stations in Ontario, Canada.
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