Book: IEA Technical Guidelines on Methodology for Upgrading Controls

A valuable resource is available to help you upgrade your hydropower facility controls.

IEA Technical Guidelines for Upgrading Controls” gives facility owners the knowledge and methodology to evaluate the current status of the project, weigh alternatives for procurement and more.

IEA Technology Cooperation Program on Hydropower is a working group of International Energy Agency (IEA) member countries and others that have a common interest in advancing hydropower worldwide.

According to the organization, guidelines from IEA are a highly useful reference to help hydropower plant owners and operators identify key financial and technical steps and considerations in successfully implementing turbine, generator and control system upgrades.

The information will help you make the best financial and technical decisions during your rehabilitation and upgrades.

Member governments either participate themselves, or designate another organization in their country to represent them on the IEA Executive Committee.

For more information and to purchase, visit PennWellBooks.com.

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Gregory B. Poindexter formerly was an associate editor for HydroWorld.com.

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