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Lisa Murkowski
Senator Murkowski introduces bills to boost hydropower generation
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, introduces two pieces of legislation aimed at increasing the production of electricity from renewable hydropower and creating jobs in America’s energy sector. For more information, click here.
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New Development
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Frost: Hydro, wave, and tidal power market outlook bright
SAN ANOTONIO, TEXAS -- Prospects for the hydro, wave and tidal power market are good as countries are investing in renewable energy sources to augment energy security, recent analysis suggests.
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Ed Alkiewicz
Featured video of the week
Video: An interview with Ed Alkiewicz, New York Power Authority.
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HydroVision International
HydroVision pre-conference briefing covers hydro-related greenhouse gas issues
TULSA, Okla. -- A briefing addressing important issues related to hydropower and greenhouse gas emissions is among the events offered in advance of the upcoming HydroVision International Conference and Exhibition in North Carolina. Speakers for the briefing represent several facets of the hydropower industry.
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AES projects 2011 start date for Changuinola I hydropower plant in Panama
PANAMA CITY, Panama -- AES's 223-MW Changuinola I hydro plant in Panama is set to begin commercial operations in the first half of next year, wire services report. For more information, click here.
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Technology & Equipment
Construction of 24 small hydropower plants possible in Russia
MOSCOW, Russia -- Twenty-four small hydropower plants could be built in Russia's Chelyabinsk Region by 2020, the press office of the regional economic development ministry reports.
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Superconductor technology makes hydropower debut
A plant operated by E.ON Wasserkraft in Germany will be the first in the world to commercially apply high-temperature superconductor materials to the hydropower sector.
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In Focus
U.S. awards contract for gas breakers at hydropower projects in Alabama, Georgia
MOBILE, Ala. -- The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awards a Kentucky firm a contract to supply gas breakers for two hydroelectric projects, with an option to supply three other hydro projects, all in Alabama and Georgia. For more information, click here.
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Tech Notes: Frost-resistant concrete weathers four decades in Russia
Frost-resistant concrete used to develop the 400-kW Kislaya Guba tidal project in Russia has operated without damage for more than 40 years.
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