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waterpower

[′wȯd·ər‚pau̇·ər]
(mechanics)
Power, usually electric, generated from an elevated water supply by the use of hydraulic turbines.
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Since its inception in 1979, Waterpower has provided a forum where individuals and companies can share new ideas, technology, approaches, and solutions to build and strengthen hydropower as the world's leading source of renewable energy," said Marla Barnes, publisher of the Hydro Group for PennWell Corp.
I am here to state very clearly that properly structured policies, such as climate change legislation that recognizes and financially values the many benefits of our nation's new waterpower technologies, particularly their carbon-free profile, will act as a huge driver for growth and development of this clean technology sector," said Krouse.
To be recognized by NHA for our efforts in advancing the nation's new waterpower technology sector is indeed humbling and deeply satisfying.
Hydro Green Energy appreciates the efforts of the Corps on our first project and is encouraged by its commitment to ensuring the growth of the nation's waterpower industry.
Parks Canada and Ontario Waterpower Association (OWA) are collaborating to manage and develop the hydroelectric potential of national historic canal systems in Ontario.
Hydro Green Energy's Broadly Patented Waterpower Technology to Begin Generating Electricity for City of Hastings, MN in Approximately Two Weeks
The program sees the government offering stable prices for power produced from wind, waterpower, biomass and biogas, solar photovoltaic (PV) power or landfill gas.
The company operates HydroVision and Waterpower Conferences and Exhibitions and publishes Hydro Review, HRW, and HydroNews.
Northeast Ontario is looking for future waterpower generation hydro electric projects.
Hydro Green Energy's Patented Waterpower Technology to be Deployed in the Mississippi River at Hastings, MN
Hydro Green Energy filed ten preliminary permit applications last week with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the federal agency with licensing authority over non-federal waterpower projects in the United States.
Three environmentally preferred technologies - windpower, waterpower and biomass - deliver electricity almost exclusively under long-term sales contracts and at minimal to zero fuel cost.