Conduit Capital Partners LLC, a New York-based equity investment firm, commits to invest US$9 million in the 12-mw Benito Juarez hydroelectric project being developed in Mexico.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers took an alternative approach to procuring equipment for rehabilitation of its 25-MW Cougar project.
Oil Skimmers Inc. offers a vapor hood for use when removing oil in a hydro plant from locations where volatile organic compounds are present, such as tanks and sumps.
During a recent rehabilitation effort, Tacoma Power replaced the automation systems at its two-powerhouse 114-MW Nisqually project.
Natural Resources Canada is devoting significant time and money to small hydro research and development.
To determine the condition of the generators at the 212-MW Powerhouse One at its Rock Island project, Chelan County Public Utility District installed an air gap monitoring system.
The Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) operates six hydroelectric powerhouses and dams in central Texas.
Between 5,000 and 7,000 MW of new hydro potentially could be developed in the Canadian province of Ontario, according to two independent analyses.
Grant County Public Utility District seeks bids from independent hydraulic laboratories to verify model tests of competing turbine runners for 907-MW Priest Rapids Dam.
President Bush's $2.9 trillion budget proposal for the next fiscal year calls for $24.26 billion in spending authority for the Department of Energy but includes nothing for hydropower research and development.