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Columbia Power Corporation and Columbia Basin Trust are partners in an effort to build more than 700 MW of hydro capacity in British Columbia, Canada.
The Canadian Hydropower Association (CHA) is prepared to participate in a clean electricity task force established by Canada’s federal government to work with provinces and industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2020.
[Spectrum Online] It’s another brilliant day at the world headquarters of the hottest company on the planet. Some shirtless employees are playing a lunchtime game of volleyball while others stride across campus with laptops tucked under their arms. The place fairly crackles with energy, and in more ways than one.
[AP] Italy is blessed with some of Europe’s most brilliant sun and cursed with some of its highest electricity rates, but the nation has long lagged behind its more inclement neighbors in harnessing energy from the sun’s rays. See the full article from the Associated Press, via the Boston Globe, at the following link.
After operating since 1944 with minor maintenance, the eight spillway gates at Brilliant Dam in British Columbia, Canada, needed repair. However, the structure lacks a spillway gate isolation system for the vertical lift roller gates.
The federal government will provide C$35 million (US$33 million) in incentives to the Kwalsa Energy project, a group of four hydroelectric plants totaling more than 90 MW being built near Harrison Lake, British Columbia.
ATCO Power and TransCanada Corp. are exploring development of a large hydroelectric project on the Slave River.
With Libya plunging further into civil war and with gas prices spiking, some Republicans think now is the right time to attack renewable energy again. Gov. Haley Barbour says the President’s preference for renewables is “deliberately” driving up oil prices. He also claims the oil catastrophe that hit his Mississippi coast last year was just an accident, an aberration. It […]
Using a combination of rock work pads and bubble curtains helped Columbia Power minimize effects on both existing structures and fish during construction of the 120-MW Brilliant Expansion project.
Decarbonization is no longer a nice-to-have. It is necessary to create a sustainable future for everyone. And every company, every organization, every piece of the economy, needs to get on board.