The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has issued a new operating license to the city of Radford to continue operation and maintenance of the 1.2-MW Municipal Hydroelectric Project.
A report from the Australian Energy Market Operator (AEMO) is a stark reminder of the reliability challenges facing the country’s National Electricity Market (NEM).
A video studio set up in the exhibit hall at HydroVision International 2019 provided us with a great opportunity to interview many influential and inspirational members of the hydroelectric industry who attended this event.
Those utilities with people who are either speaking or helped author the Digital Transformation papers selected by POWERGEN include Duke Energy, Cleco, Enel, AES, Korea South-East and Southern Co.
Technology and engineering firm Emerson has released the results of a study conducted to understand the skilled workforce gap within the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) industries and how the gap can be addressed.
To help ensure the safety of surrounding communities, the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority (GBRA) in Texas has begun a systematic drawdown of the Guadalupe Valley Lakes. Third-party engineering assessments have determined a drawdown is the only available option for minimizing the risks associated with the aging dams.
David Murray, chief operating officer of Hydro-Quebec and president of Hydro-Quebec Production, was a keynote speaker at HydroVision International 2019, where he gave an engaging presentation on environmental challenges and the role of hydropower in keeping our electricity green and low-cost.
The University of Notre Dame and South Bend’s Venues Parks & Arts have broken ground on a 2.5-MW hydroelectric generation facility at an existing city-owned dam on the St. Joseph River in downtown South Bend, Ind.
In a joint announcement made by Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) and the Sacramento Municipal Utility District, the SMUD board of directors voted late last week at its regular meeting to approve a resolution signaling intent by SMUD to purchase a PG&E hydroelectric powerhouse and reservoir on the South Fork of the American River.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has awarded an AED1.437 billion (US$391.3 million) construction contract for the 250-MW Hatta pumped-storage hydroelectric power station to a consortium of Strabag Dubai LLC, Strabag AG, Andritz Hydro and Ozkar.