After 14 years of in-operation, FERC has terminated the license for Appleton Trust Hydropower Project (P-9300) on the Hamilton Canal in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. The project, when it was operational before November 1994, had the capacity to produce 346 kW.According to FERC, the project needed major repairs to resume operation and it had asked the licensee to perform the repairs and resume operations.
FERC issued an order on April 17, 2008 terminating the license for the 4.75 MW Marseilles Hydroelectric project that would have been built at the Marseilles Dam owned by the US Army Corps or Engineers. The license required Marseilles Hydropower LLC to start construction for the project within the first two years of issuance of license. However, Marseilles Hydropower failed to do so even after the end of extension of another two years.
On Jan 15, 2008, FERC terminated the license issued in 1994 for the proposed 24 MW LeClaire hydro to be located on the Mississippi river, two miles downstream from LeClaire, Iowa and adjacent to Hampton, IL. The proposed project was to be built at the Mississippi Lock and Dam No. 14.The license required the City of LeClaire to start constructing the project two years from issuance of the license.