A few months ago, in my normal course of work looking for news on hydropower worldwide, I came across a rather fascinating story.
According to the National Chicken Council that has member companies which include chicken producer/processors, poultry distributors and allied industry firms, the organization estimated Americans would eat about 1.3 billion chicken wings on Feb. 7, during “Super Bowl Sunday.”
Pregame Whence writing a regular sports column in my younger days that, as I have admitted before, relied more heavily on a crutch gimmick than the actual literal crutch leant on by Timothy Cratchit — I was always relieved after football season ended and the “Michael Harris Grab Bag of Sports Stuff” could be cut...
I won’t finish this saying with …we can do better. I think that is trite and oversimplified. I will say: Women can do amazing things, and by that I do not mean bake a really good pie.
I have not gone to the extreme of analyzing every phase of residential life in the U.S., but generally speaking, power consumption is one of the few areas in which there are no maximum usage limits -- for now.
I had the opportunity to edit a piece for the July 2015 edition of Hydro Review magazine titled, “Success for Sitka”, that chronicled the expansion of Alaska’s Blue Lake hydroelectric plant, and while the work was interesting enough by itself, I was particularly intrigued by the community outreach program the project’s developers conducted.
You may not be making the connection with that headline. I sure didn’t when I first saw this story.
Oh, hey there, hydro industry professional. Do you have time for a few simple yes-or-no questions? You do? OK, great. Let’s get started then, shall we? Question 1: Did you know that hydroelectricity is no longer an innovative technology that hasn’t seen a major technical breakthrough in several decades? Question 2: Were you aware that...
At the International Tidal Energy Summit (ITES) which took place in London recently, delegates heard a presentation on new guidance for the assessment and characterisation of turbulence in marine environments.
Back in the day, I used to be a pretty enthusiastic cyclist.