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The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recommends that NorthWestern Energy should have alarms installed to alert the company when flows downstream of Hebgen Dam drop dangerously low and ought to consider installing a camera at the dam toe “for remote verification of any flow deviation.” That and other recommendations were sent in a letter as a follow-up to NorthWestern Energy’s incident report detailing a spillway gate failure at Hebgen Lake Dam last November 30th that resulted in a drop in water releases to the Madison River.

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