Infrastructure rehabilitation is headed to the east coast after Johnson Controls Inc. (JCI) was awarded a $4.9 million contract and Hatch Associates Consultants Inc. received a contract for $434,600 from the New York Power Authority (NYPA).
Research reports and study findings related to hydropower
Collection of articles related to hydropower technology
Divers and ROVs: A cost-effective solution when performing underwater work
Collection of articles covering safety and security of dams and civil structures for July 2014
Collection of articles related to hydropower technology from July 2014
Aspiring entrepreneurs have tried to capture the raw power of Niagara Falls since the late 1800s and, in the process, helped develop the science behind low-cost, reliable hydroelectricity.
The top hydroelectric power news for May 2014
News on hydroelectric power, pumped storage and more for May 2014
Solar hot water heating is the redheaded stepchild of the renewable energy world. Most people have no idea what it is. Or, they confuse it with its attention-grabbing cousin, solar photovoltaics, the solar panels we all know about that convert light into electricity and glint on a rapidly increasing number of American roofs.