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Originally published April 23, 2013 at 12:58 PM | Page modified April 23, 2013 at 1:07 PM

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Snoqualmie Falls generating electricity again

Puget Sound Energy says a 102-year-old powerhouse at Snoqualmie Falls is generating electricity again after a three-year renovation.

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BELLEVUE, Wash. —

Puget Sound Energy says a 102-year-old powerhouse at Snoqualmie Falls is generating electricity again after a three-year renovation.

A second, 114-year-old powerhouse at the falls is scheduled back on line in July. Together they'll produce enough electricity for about 40,000 homes.

The Bellevue utility also says it's completing a new visitor center and improvements at Snoqualmie Falls Park, a major tourist attraction. It's on the Snoqualmie River at Snoqualmie.

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Puget Sound Energy:

http://pse.com/inyourcommunity/king/ConstructionProjects/Pages/Snoqualmie-Falls-Hydroelectric-Project-Upgrade.aspx

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