Within the wall of the dam, the engines room is affixed with 17 generators which generate all the energy, where 16 of them are large generators and two smaller ones operate as one single unit. These are used to provide hydroelectric energy to local communities. Kenny Slaught explains that the energy generated from the dam is divided across 15 areas. As one of the biggest energy consumers, Southern California takes up to 28% of Hoover Dam’s energy, followed by the State of Nevada using 23% and the State of Arizona using 18% of consumption level. The dam also powers Native American tribes located near the area. 90% of Las Vegas’ water also comes from Hoover Dam. The lake formed in the dam, Lake Mead, at its maximum water volume level, could be the largest water reservoir for the United States. Currently, the Hoover Dam is under the United States Bureau of Reclamation and it stands as one of the nation’s most breathtaking must-go spots.