Hard science lets us know El Nino is real, but how much the weather event could cost Asia and the western United States, in terms of reduced hydroelectric generation and increased fossil fuel cots, is an unknown.
New analysis from market research and analysis firm Frost & Sullivan finds that the UK remains the front-runner in the development of newer tidal energy solutions, buoyed by good tidal resources and a supportive regulatory scenario.
I would imagine that my musings on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's pending update to the controversial Clean Power Plan may be void by the time many of you read this -- assuming the plan is released later today as expected -- but I feel it's still worth discussing given the ambiguous role hydroelectric power played in a draft released by EPA last June.
Wow! What for some may be just another conference, for me, HydroVision International 2015 (HVI15) was a full-bodied experience.
New and authoritative figures from the REN21 Renewables Global Status Report 2015 indicate some 37 GW of new hydropower capacity was commissioned in 2014, increasing total global capacity by 3.6%.
By traveling rim hugging trail ways, visitors to the Grand Canyon have the opportunity to view the effect massive amounts of water have had on the formation of one of the natural wonders of the world.