A privately-held hydropower development company that has projects in more than a dozen states believes its patented technology will make it feasible to generate electricity at the state-owned Susquehanna River dam at Williamsport.
Lock + TM Hydro Friends Fund XII, part of Hydro Green Energy based in Westmont, Ill., has filed preliminary permit application with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to study the feasibility of its Hepburn Street Dam project.
Two companies have requested permits from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to study installing a hydropower project near the Columbia lock and dam on the Ouachita River.
On July 6 and Sept. 2, Lock+™ Hydro Friends Fund XXIX and Energy Resources USA Inc. respectively, filed for permits...
In a report issued this week, the U.S. Department of Energy found great growth potential in the hydropower sector and identified ways in which this growth could be achieved. “The United States has tremendous untapped clean energy resources and responsible development will help pave the way to a cleaner, more sustainable and diverse energy portfolio,” said Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz. “
Article discussing new law that will aid in the development of new hydropower projects in the United States
Article concerning an extension of the Federal Section 45 Production Tax Credit for renewable energy, including new hydropower facilities at non-powered dams.
Article discussing the untapped potential of hydropower, America's leading renewable resource, specifically at non-powered dams, which features Hydro Green Energy.
Article focusing on the need for an extension of the Section 45 Production Tax Credit for U.S. renewable energy projects, including new hydropower.
Article highlighting the growth potential of hydropower with a specific focus on run-of-river development activities throughout the United States.
Article discussing Hydro Green Energy's hydropower development activities in the Pittsburgh, PA region.
Article concerning joint development agreement of Hydro Green Energy of the United State and Engevix of Brazil.
Article discussing increase in hydropower development activities in the U.S., with a focus on the Mississippi River and Hydro Green Energy.