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Beijing symposium calls for hydro development
10 November, 2004
An international symposium has called for developing countries to be given easier access to financing in a new drive to encourage sustainable hydro power throughout the world.

Go with the flow
14 September, 2004
With the current 50-year Priest Rapids operating license set to expire in October 2005, Grant PUD has led an extensive process to obtain a new FERC license that includes support for the installation of a new turbine design, writes Kathy Kiefer

A winning combination
21 June, 2004
PPL Montana’s commitments on the Missouri and Madison rivers have led to the company being named as one of the winners of the National Hydropower Association’s Outstanding Stewardship of America’s Rivers award

NHA outstanding stewardship report published
14 June, 2004
The National Hydropower Association (NHA) has launched a new website for its sixth annual Outstanding Stewardship of America’s Rivers (OSAR) report.

Senate snubs hydro power
07 June, 2004
THE US SENATE, AS PART OF corporate tax legislation S.1637, has excluded incremental hydro power from a renewable energy production tax credit (PTC). According to the National Hydropower Association (NHA) the legislation will leave as much as 4300MW of undeveloped domestic renewable energy without PTC.

NHA disappointment at Senate renewables bill
17 May, 2004
Legislation approved by the US Senate to benefit renewable energy generators is a let down for the hydro industry, says the National Hydropower Association (NHA).

Clark Fork management plan wins NHA award
11 May, 2004
Avista Corp has won a National Hydropower Association (NHA) stewardship award for its recreation resource management plan for the Clark Fork river project in Idaho and Montana, US.

Working within the guidelines
29 March, 2004
Andrew Scanlon reports on the Sustainability Guidelines and Compliance Protocol developed by the International Hydropower Association (IHA) to help highlight the valuable and sustainable benefits of hydroelectric power

NHA conference to address legislation and relicensing
18 February, 2004
The National Hydropower Association’s (NHA) annual conference is to take place 25–28 April in Washington DC, US.

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