Submitted by Rupak Thapaliya on Mon, 2010-01-04 14:46
Submitted by Rupak Thapaliya on Mon, 2009-11-23 10:34
The last day of 2009 saw seven hydropower projects filing their application for certification with the Low Impact Hydropower Institute. In 2009 alone, the Institute issued certifications for nine projects throughout the country. So far, there are 46 LIHI certified projects in 24 states.
Of the seven newest projects seeking LIHI certification, five are owned by PacifiCorp. The seven projects are:
Submitted by Rupak Thapaliya on Wed, 2008-12-17 11:05
The Low Impact Hydropower Institute (LIHI) has certified three more projects that meet their low-impact certification criteria. The three projects are Winooski in Vermont, Farmers Irrigation District in Oregon; and the Robertson and Ashuelot in New Hampshire.
Through the certification, LIHI recognizes that these projects have avoided or reduced their environmental impacts as required in their certification process.
Submitted by John Seebach on Mon, 2007-10-01 15:48
In a petition submitted last week, two utilities in New England have requested FERC to approve construction of a transmission tie line connecting New England with the Hydro-Québec system in Canada. The utilities- Northeast Utilities Service Company and NSTAR Electric Company have already singed a Memorandum of Agreement with Hydro Québec for the construction of the transmission line to be designed to transmit at least 1,200 MW.
American Rivers seeks proposals for river restoration project grants as part of its partnership with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Community-based Restoration Program. Program funding is provided through NOAA’s Open Rivers Initiative, which seeks to enable environmental and economic renewal in local communities through the removal of stream barriers.
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