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Getting in on the act
11 August, 2011
The Hydropower Improvement Act of 2011 looks set to lead the way forward for hydropower development in the US.

Fostering marine and hydrokinetic development: Senate Bill S630
08 July, 2011
Proposed legislation in the US will help foster marine and hydrokinetic development. The National Hydropower Association and the Ocean Renewable Energy Coalition remain hopeful that President Obama will soon sign off Bill S630.

NHA releases ‘guideposts’ for Pacific Northwest power dispute, future planning
10 June, 2011
The National Hydropower Association (NHA) has released a set of ‘guideposts’ for consideration by federal and state policymakers, the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) and other parties to the current debate over electrical generation and transmission in the Pacific Northwest.

Small dams: a big cause for concern in Vietnam
20 May, 2011
Research from a rural commune has demonstrated the need for adequate risk based assessment, responsibility and accountability for small dam safety management in Vietnam. Tuyet Thi Dam, Dr John D Pisaniello and Professor Roger L Burritt explain why the importance of small dam safety should not be underestimated

US Senator introduces bipartisan Hydropower Improvement Act
22 March, 2011
US Senator Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, with the support of nine other senators, has introduced the Hydropower Improvement Act of 2011, a bill that seeks to substantially increase the capacity and generation of renewable hydropower resources in the US.

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