“This closing, together with our recent acquisition of North American Hydro, further expands Eagle Creek’s platform of small-scale hydroelectric projects and represents an important step in our continued pursuit of high-quality growth opportunities.”

The purchase includes the Toronto and Swinging Bridge Reservoirs as well as Cliff Lake. Located 60 miles northwest of New York City, the reservoirs provide valuable recreational resources for the public, as well as a significant source of water flow into the Delaware River system.

Eagle Creek and its subsidiary company, North American Hydropower, now own 29 hydroelectric facilities spanning five states with a combined capacity of 61MW and an annual production of approximately 220,000 MWh of clean renewable energy.