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An innovative eel passage facility installed at the 912-MW St. Lawrence-FDR Power Project on the St. Lawrence River in New York began operation on July 1, 2006.
As the solar-as-a-service space grows rapidly in the U.S., another company has announced the creation of a lease program for California-based homeowners. Sungevity, an online solar provider is teaming up with U.S. Bancorp to finance 10-year solar leases in the state.
The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) announces the availability of Civil Works for Hydroelectric Facilities: Guidelines for Life Extension and Upgrade.
What could be worse than calling upon your local emergency response office, or simply 911, only to have a broad power failure disrupt communications or delay a response? Chicago's Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) wasn't about to find out. That's why they recently commissioned Spire Solar Chicago to complete a 10 kW solar electric photovoltaic (PV) backup system on their building.
In 2007, when Jiminy Peak installed a $4 million, 1.5-MW wind turbine on the western flank of its mountain, many thought the 70-year-old resort was taking a huge financial risk.
Research reports and study findings related to hydropower from April 2014
There’s a modern-day land rush afoot in the U.S. but it’s not for ocean-front property or parcels with panoramic mountain views. This land rush involves utility-scale solar developers hunting for the ideal locations to place acres and acres of solar.
Japan has installed almost 11 GW of photovoltaic (PV) capacity in just two years after the introduction of the feed-in tariff (FIT) program. This amount is equivalent to twice as much as the cumulative capacity installed over the two decades before the FIT. Besides over 16.5 GW of installed PV capacity, Japan has close to 70 GW of reserved PV capacity under the FIT as of July 2014.
Low-elevation orthophotos used to track river changes
Making the decision to decommission its 2.8-MW Childs and 1.4-MW Irving hydroelectric plants on Fossil Creek was only the first step for Arizona Public Service.
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