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Abstract: Hydropower plants represent multi-objective infrastructure projects that must balance their responsibilities for power production with a multitude of other requirements, including recreational, flood control, ecological, and agricultural p
The Hill
4/21/2017

Federal officials have determined a proposed hydropower project near Joshua Tree National Park won’t harm the environment. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued a “finding of no significant impact” late Thursday for the proposed Eagle...
EHS Manager
4/21/2017

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) regulates nonfederal hydropower projects. Prior to constructing such a project, a sponsor must obtain a license from FERC; once issued, licensees must commence construction within a specific period of
Greenwire
4/21/2017

An Alaska utility canceled its study of a proposed hydroelectric dam yesterday after public opposition rose up in meetings this week.
Greenwire
4/21/2017

The Bureau of Land Management has given preliminary approval for a transmission line and water pipeline across federal lands needed to operate a hydroelectric project in the Southern California desert that is strongly opposed by some conservation gr
Penn Energy
4/21/2017

The sale of 13 TransCanada hydroelectric dams along the Connecticut and Deerfield rivers is a done deal
Wiley
4/21/2017

Abstract Coastal inundation is affected not only by rising mean sea level but also by changing tides. A numerical model is developed to investigate how sea-level rise and coastline changes may impact tides in two coastal-plain estuaries, Chesapeake
Ecointerests
4/21/2017

The Hill: The HillFeds: Hydropower project by Joshua Tree National Park won't hurt environmentThe HillFederal officials have determined a proposed hydropower project near Joshua
Penn Energy
4/21/2017

The sale of 13 TransCanada hydroelectric dams along the Connecticut and Deerfield rivers is a done deal.

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