Thomas A Edison
June 6 2023
42,442 acre-ftNone% today
None% of Normal • Very Low
Water storage levels at Thomas A Edison are currently 42,442 acre-ft, about None% of normal. The average for this time of year is approximately Noneacre-ft.
Maximum recorded Storage since record keeping began in 2021 was 2022-05-31 when levels reached 44,475 acre-ft. Lowest recorded Storage was 2023-04-09 when levels receded to 5,160 acre-ft.
Thomas A. Edison and his team pioneered the development of hydroelectric power generation in California's Sierra Nevada region in the early 1900s. Edison's power plants harnessed the energy of the San Joaquin River, providing electricity to the growing city of Los Angeles. To ensure water flow, Edison built dams and reservoirs, including Florence Lake and Shaver Lake. The snowpack in the Sierra Nevada mountains is a critical source of water for California, and Edison's hydroelectric facilities helped to manage this resource. The company also played a role in agricultural irrigation, with the San Joaquin River providing water to farmers in the Central Valley. Today, the area around Edison's hydroelectric plants is popular for recreational activities such as fishing and camping.
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