Western US drought threatens hydropower from dams

California's drought is hurting its ability to generate electricity from hydroelectric dams. The state recently shut down one of its largest hydroelectric plants because there wasn't enough water in Lake Oroville reservoir to turn its turbines. (Aug. 18)

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