SXʷNQ̓EʔELS L SUW̓EČM / KSUKⱠIⱠMUMAⱠ ʾA·K̓͏AⱠMUKWAʾITS, Inc., operating under the business name Energy Keepers, Inc., is a Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes wholly owned Independent Power Producer bringing renewable energy to markets across the United States. EKI is entrusted with the oversight and management of the SE̓LIŠ KSANKA QĹISPE̓ Project located within the Flathead Indian Reservation.

The Se̓liš Ksanka Qĺispe̓ Project, is located just 5 miles from Polson, MT. This three-unit hydro plant has the capacity to generate 208 MW of electricity. On average, it produces 1.1 million MWh annually, enough to power 100k-110k homes every year! ?? #GreenEnergy

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The overall water supply forecasts for May to September increased slightly, mostly increasing streamflow forecasts for May and June.  Due to continued dry basin conditions, coordination with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on May 14, 2024 allowed EKI to begin refill of Flathead Lake with minimal impacts to flood risk. Under normal conditions flood risk management requires Flathead Lake being below 2890’ at the end of May.
  
SKQ project outflows and the Flathead Lake elevation are dependent on many variables including lake inflows, weather, the demand for electricity, and non-power constraints such as the downstream fishery and flood risk management needs.

The overall water supply forecasts for May to September increased slightly, mostly increasing streamflow forecasts for May and June. Due to continued dry basin conditions, coordination with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on May 14, 2024 allowed EKI to begin refill of Flathead Lake with minimal impacts to flood risk. Under normal conditions flood risk management requires Flathead Lake being below 2890’ at the end of May.

SKQ project outflows and the Flathead Lake elevation are dependent on many variables including lake inflows, weather, the demand for electricity, and non-power constraints such as the downstream fishery and flood risk management needs.
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The overall water supply forecasts for May to September dropped, mostly decreasing streamflow forecasts for the month of June with a slight increase for May.  Due to dry conditions, coordination with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will allow EKI to operate Flathead Lake below 2892’ feet in order to increase the likelihood of Flathead Lake refilling into the top foot in June with minimal impacts to flood risk. Under normal conditions flood risk management requires Flathead Lake being below 2890’ at the end of May.

SKQ project outflows and the Flathead Lake elevation are dependent on many variables including lake inflows, weather, the demand for electricity, and non-power constraints such as the downstream fishery and flood risk management needs.

The overall water supply forecasts for May to September dropped, mostly decreasing streamflow forecasts for the month of June with a slight increase for May. Due to dry conditions, coordination with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will allow EKI to operate Flathead Lake below 2892’ feet in order to increase the likelihood of Flathead Lake refilling into the top foot in June with minimal impacts to flood risk. Under normal conditions flood risk management requires Flathead Lake being below 2890’ at the end of May.

SKQ project outflows and the Flathead Lake elevation are dependent on many variables including lake inflows, weather, the demand for electricity, and non-power constraints such as the downstream fishery and flood risk management needs.
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