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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