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White House
Obama's State of the Union address highlights renewables' role
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In his first State of the Union address, U.S. President Barack Obama highlights the key role of renewables in the economic development of the country.
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New Development
Jo-Ellen Darcy
Assistant secretary of Army to deliver keynote at National Hydropower Association Annual Conference
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The assistant secretary of the Army (Civil Works) will deliver the keynote speech at the upcoming 2010 National Hydropower Association Annual Conference in Washington, D.C.
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HCMS video
Featured video of the week
An interview with Clyde E. Krout, president of Hydro Consulting & Maintenance Services Inc., and other key personnel at HCMS.
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Hydropower '10
Hydropower ’10 international conference kicks off in Norway
TROMSO, Norway -- Hydropower ’10 is under way in Tromso, Norway. The three-day international conference on hydropower features a variety of workshops, speakers and sessions relating to many aspects of the hydropower industry. For more, click here.
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Participant funding process postponed for Canadian hydro project
OTTAWA, Ontario, Canada -- The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency postpones its participant funding process for the proposed Bute Inlet Hydroelectric Project in British Columbia due to changes in timelines associated with the submission of the Environmental Impact Statement, the agency reported.
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Technology & Equipment
Small hydro projects bolster Scotland’s hydro potential
EDINBURGH, Scotland -- The Scottish government reports that Scotland's hydropower potential is nearly double the amount previously estimated, with small hydro playing a key role in hydro development and job creation.
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Mavel provides turbines for hydro project in Poland
BENESOV, Czech Republic -- Mavel, a.s. announces the commissioning of the 1.7-MW Dobrzen hydroelectric plant in Poland.
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Filtration system
Fume removal system expedites powerhouse work
Based on concerns about fumes, smoke, and dust caused by welding inside its Raccoon Mountain underground powerhouse, the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) installed a portable filtration system to provide a safe working environment.
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In Focus
Andritz becomes co-owner of Idaho-based machine and supply company
Lewiston, Idaho -- International technology group Andritz acquires 51 percent ownership in Idaho-based Precision Machine & Supply Inc. For more, click here.
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R&D Forum: EPRI releases report on fish protection technologies
EPRI announces availability of a technical reference manual, Fish Protection at Cooling Water Intake Structures. The report reviews fish protection technologies, including those used at water intakes for hydroelectric facilities.
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Looking for a source of daily breaking news and new developments worldwide in the hydro industry? Check out the hydropower news and information at “Hydro Wire News” at www.hydroworld.com (right under the video gallery). Bookmark this site, check it regularly, and stay informed throughout the day.
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