The Hydro Research Foundation is working to combat the impact of the aging workforce in the hydroelectric industry by bringing along a new generation of hydro professionals through educational opportunities, funding and mentorship.
The Snoqualmie Falls project in Washington State has undergone an extensive renovation and upgrade program that includes additional power generation, an enhanced experience for visitors and better fish protection.
The Hydro Research Foundation is now accepting applications for its Hydro Fellowship Program.
The first of two hydroelectric turbine runners has begun its 2,073 mile journey that will take it from Weir American Hydro's manufacturing facility in Pennsylvania to the 1,003-MW Boundary hydropower project in Washington.
The Hydro Research Foundation has selected 10 recipients of Hydro Fellowships, which will allow the selected masters and doctoral level students to continue their research in the hydropower sector.
The Hydro Research Foundation is accepting applications for its 2012 Fellowship Program.
The Hydro Research Foundation anticipates funding 10 students during its 2012 Fellowship Program, with help from three new industry partners.