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Mini submersible robot successfully inspects NYPA power transformer
28 January, 2020
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) has announced it has successfully piloted a robotic technology that can navigate inside a power transformer to effectively identify any operational issues while reducing unplanned down time and reducing risk to personnel.
Technologies selected to receive US DOE funds
04 November, 2019
Technologies that could help advance the marine and hydrokinetics industry and increase hydropower’s ability to serve as a flexible grid resource are set to benefit from up to $24.9 million in funding from the US Department of Energy (DOE), with the department announcing its selections for the funds at the end of October.
The modern dam engineer
15 February, 2018
Like many industries, the dam industry is influenced by both internal and external factors which can prompt change. IWP&DC was interested in finding out if such elements have affected the engineer’s working life when inspecting dams. We asked members of the industry for their own thoughts about the role of the modern dam engineer: Has this changed in recent years? Are engineers faced with increased challenges? And will this role continue to evolve?
A fair share: sharing the waters of multipurpose reservoirs
19 April, 2016
The multipurpose functions of reservoirs can create competition and conflict, prompting an increasing need for wise stewardship of global water resources. Sharing the water uses of multipurpose hydropower reservoirs is now the focal point of a framework recently produced by Electricite de France and the World Water Council. Suzanne Pritchard reports.
There is no other industry like it
14 April, 2015
For almost 24 years the same executive director has served at the National Hydropower Association (NHA) in the US. It is rare for one individual to be at the helm of any successful organisation for such a length of time, and it is indeed even rarer for that individual to be a woman. Suzanne Pritchard spoke with Linda Church Ciocci from the NHA about her vast experience of working in the hydropower industry.
Schottel Hydro launches new turbine, introduces new MD
23 February, 2015
Schottel Hydro, a subsidiary of the Schottel Group, has announced the appointment of Niels Alexander Lange as Managing Director of the recently founded company, while also announcing the launch of the Schottel Instream Turbine (SIT), designed to harvest hydrokinetic energy for commercial projects at a reasonable cost.
Power list: who will infuence the hydropower sector in 2014?
25 March, 2014
Who will be helping to shape the hydropower industry in 2014? The editorial team at IWP&DC reveals a list of the people we think will have major influence on the market this year.
13 December, 2013
The Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) is developing robotic technology for the inspection of vertical structures, including dam walls.
Hydrokinetic power could provide 3% of annual US power demand, says EPRI
13 February, 2013
A recent project to map and assess hydrokinetic resources in rivers of the continental US has found that these undeveloped resources could provide 3% of the nation’s annual use of electricity, the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) has announced.
A modern approach
17 January, 2013
Ing Bryscejn Milan presents details on the construction and modernization of hydropower plants on the river Labe in the Czech Republic
Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI)
26 December, 2012
Central Research Institute of Electric Power
26 December, 2012
Central Research Institute of the Electric Power Industry
26 December, 2012
US makes waves as marine power gains popularity
16 October, 2012
Collaborations between the US power industry and academia to develop new technologies for marine power generation are closer than ever before, states a new report by business information specialist GlobalData.
Gift of the gap
15 May, 2012
Hydro and more transmission links are increasingly key resources to balance intermittent generation as more wind and solar plants are built, in Europe and North America. Report by Patrick Reynolds
The Alaskan way
27 September, 2011
Alaska is proving to be an ideal place to develop a hydrokinetic power industry. Innovative technology ideas, strong interest from utilities and local communities, plus high energy costs are some of the reasons that look set to pave the way for Alaskan power development.
US Govt awards almost $17M for advanced hydropower technologies
07 September, 2011
The US Departments of Energy and Interior have announced funding of nearly $17M over the next three years for research and development projects to advance hydropower technology.
Richard M. Kessel resigns as NYPA President and CEO, successor sought
04 August, 2011
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) Board of Trustees last week accepted the resignation of Richard M. Kessel as NYPA president and chief executive officer. Kessel, who has headed NYPA for nearly three years, will remain at the Authority through 6 September to ensure a smooth transition.
Lighten the load
30 June, 2011
Reservoir sedimentation problems are common the world over in both developed and developing countries. Neglecting this problem means that we leave a negative legacy for future generations. In this article, Sameh A Kantoush, Tetsuya Sumi and Yasuhiro Takemon from Kyoto University, explain how Japan is putting its experience to good use and promoting good reservoir sedimentation management for the future.
Alden turbine update
26 January, 2011
The development of Alden Research Laboratories’ fish-friendly turbine began in 1995. Here Norman Perkins from Alden and Douglas Dixon from EPRI give an update on progress