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A matter of co-operation
11 December, 1998
A co-operative approach to dam safety is imperative in order to avoid dam failures. E C Kalkani* explains why

US hydro looks to international frontiers
09 July, 1998
Supporting the creation of a competitive global energy market is one of the goals of the US Hydropower Council for International Development

Hand over of power
09 July, 1998
At the National Hydropower Association’s annual conference, newly elected president, John Devine, accepted the presidential title from his predecessor, Julie Keil. Speaking to both presidents during this transitionary period, Suzanne Moxon discovers what has been taking place in the US hydro industry over the past 12 months

A unique opportunity
11 May, 1998
Large dam projects cause furious debate. The World Commission on Dams was formed in November 1997 to help balance energy needs and environmental concerns in such projects. Richard E Bissell* explains the Commission’s genesis and goals

An answer to abrasion
13 April, 1998
Turbine components have a difficult time in China’s Yellow River, where the bed load is not only high, but composed of very abrasive particles. A new joint venture with Sulzer Hydro will allow the local utility to repair and improve its turbines. Janet Wood reports.

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