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Dams and Civil Structures: Geomembrane Installed to Control Leakage at Gem Lake Dam

Dams and Civil Structures: Geomembrane Installed to Control Leakage at Gem Lake Dam

To address continuing leakage at its Gem Lake Dam, Southern California Edison commissioned installation of a geomembrane on the upstream surface.
An Innovative Approach to Applying the Pressure-Time Method to Measure Flow

An Innovative Approach to Applying the Pressure-Time Method to Measure Flow

Flow measurement using the pressure-time (Gibson) method typically involves mounting instrumentation on the outside of the penstock.
PowerLight System Tops California Government Building

PowerLight System Tops California Government Building

The California Department of General Services (DGS) and the Franchise Tax Board (FTB) have unveiled the largest state-owned solar electric rooftop installation in California at the FTB's headquarters in Sacramento.
U.S. DOE releases Pumped Storage Hydropower Valuation Guidebook

U.S. DOE releases Pumped Storage Hydropower Valuation Guidebook

DOE’s Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) funded development of the Pumped Storage Hydropower Valuation Guidebook to assess the value of pumped storage hydropower (PSH) plants.
New-Energy-accelerates-solar-window-thin-film-commercialization

New-Energy-accelerates-solar-window-thin-film-commercialization

New Energy Technologies Inc. (OTCBB: NENE) announced plans to advance its efforts to commercialize the Company’s novel SolarWindow technology, in order to accelerate to-market the ‘first-of-its-kind’ product capable of generating electricity on see-through glass windows.
The Deal: NRCO Facilitates Renewable PPAs

The Deal: NRCO Facilitates Renewable PPAs

This past spring, the National Renewables Cooperative Organization–a recently formed entity owned by 24 power supply and distribution cooperatives–facilitated and negotiated agreements between two member cooperatives and E.ON Climate & Renewables North America. The arrangement represents the first of as many as five planned renewable energy projects for NRCO and its member cooperatives in 2010.
PHOTOVOLTAICS: Research targets more-efficient photovoltaics

PHOTOVOLTAICS: Research targets more-efficient photovoltaics

Innovative research, including bandgap engineering and new approaches to organic photovoltaics, aims to create cheaper, more-efficient solar cells suitable for widespread use.
Illinois legislation could free towns from dirty power but not the payments

Illinois legislation could free towns from dirty power but not the payments

A controversial Illinois coal plant that has locked municipalities across the Midwest into financially crushing contracts could be forced to close within a decade under proposed state clean energy legislation.
Advancing Renewable Energy Storage Technologies

Advancing Renewable Energy Storage Technologies

Renewables' success seems to depend on whether the energy produced can be stored for periods when renewables are unavailable. While there are many candidate techniques for this I hear of no research into it as a topic, and your excellent column doesn't mention anything about them. -- Ian P., Bristol, England
Tech Briefs

Tech Briefs

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.