HRF, NHA seek input from hydro industry members

The Hydro Research Foundation and the National Hydropower Association are collaborating on a research and development survey of hydroelectric power industry members.

The foundation said the goal of the survey is to assess industry research priorities and to “gauge where synergies exist within industry”.

HRF will work with NHA‘s research and development committee and others after completing the survey to identify and establish collaborative research efforts among industry members.

“This survey is a terrific opportunity for industry to identify and hone in on research that is important and useful to advance hydropower as part of a clean energy future,” HRF executive director Deborah Linke said.

The survey includes 20 questions and will require 10-15 minutes to complete, HRF said. It includes five areas of research as identified by the HRF, NHA, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), and U.S. Department of Energy.

Results from the survey will be made available in late April.

To participate in the survey, visit

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