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Last Updated on:  06/25/2015 06:31 AM

About Dams  United States Society On Dams:  Geothermal resource data for the southeastern U.S. through the Regional Geophysics Laboratory; summary of geothermal resources, technology, and potential of geothermal heat pumps in the southeastern U.S. 
Abp Marine Environmental Research Ltd:  
Basics On Hydropower:  The term geothermal comes from the Greek geo meaning earth and therine meaning heat thus geothermal energy is energy derived from the natural heat of the earth. The earth’s temperature varies widely, and geothermal energy is usable for a wide range of temperatures from room temperature to well over 300° F. For commercial use, a geothermal reservoir capable of providing hydrothermal (hot water and steam) resources is necessary. Geothermal reservoirs are generally classified as being either low temperature (<150° C) or high temperature (>150° C). Generally speaking, the high temperature reservoirs are the ones suitable for, and sought out for commercial production of electricity. Geothermal reservoirs are found in “geothermal systems” which are regionally localized geologic settings where the earth’s naturally occurring heat flow is near enough to the earth’s surface to bring steam or hot water to the surface. Examples of geothermal systems include the Geysers Region in Northern California, the Imperial Valley in Southern California, and the Yellowstone Region in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming.  / (added 09/2005)
Bc Hydro International Ltd:   
Bonneville Power Administration Bpa:  Water Power: Hydroelectric Power, Wave Power, and Tidal Power. 
Case Studies Of Small Hydro Systems :   
Dam Reservoir Impact & Information Archive: Driia:  A crown corporation in the process of developing environmental standards and practices for B.C.'s unique landscape. 
Dongfang Electrical Machinery Company Limitednew link -- U.S. government agency. General information including the history of hydropower development, a glossary of terms, and major producers. 
E7 Network:  This trade association is dedicated to representing the interests of the Canadian hydropower industry. The site shares the history of hydropower, explains how hydropower works, and provides recent news about the industry. It also includes several publications on topics such as the environmental impact of hydropower and its future. / (added 09/2005)
Electricity From Hydropower:  Website featuring publications on European hydro systems by the European Commission including U.K. Garnedd Hydropower Station.
Esi Engineering & Construction Group :  Information on dams, water diversions, impoundments, and hydroelectric projects, their impacts, and related links. 
European Commission Directorate-General Xvii (Energy) :  Paper by Charlie Higley against electricity deregulation and dams. / (added 09/2005)
Facts About Hydropower:  US Department of Energy's list of partnerships and funding solicitations for hydrogen research and development projects.
Federal Power Act:  international electric utilities consortium focusing on protection of the global environment, sustainable energy development, and climate change issues.
General Power Engineering Associates(Gpea) :  Describes small-scale hydroelectric technology (portable to 15 kilowatts, stationary from 50 kilowatts to 5 megawatts) utilizing new high efficiency (84%) cross-flow turbines, available from FINESA, Inc., Prague, Czech Republic. 
Great Lakes Power Limited:  International company specializing in custom combined cycle and diesel thermal plants.
Green Mountain Power Corporation:  Manager of programs centering on transEuropean networks, technological development and innovation in the European Union.
H2o Power:  Information about the world's leading renewable energy source. / (added 09/2005)
Hands Off Hydro:   / (added 09/2005)
Harbin Power Equipment Company Limited:  Statutory framework for the U.S. regulation of the construction, operation, and maintenance of dams, water conduits, reservoirs, powerhouses, and transmission lines related to the utilization of water resources. 
Hoover Dam Visitor's Center :  Website of Jade Mountain Access Company based on buying product according to clients needs. Products include solar fountain pumps.
Humming Bird Electronic Load Controller / Induction Generator Controller - Jan Portegijs:  hydroelectric utility in Northern Ontario. 
Hydro Information Systems Turbnpro Version 3 Software:  Hydroelectric technology that has applications in wave energy, tidal waters, adds on to increase power output and new dam designs.  / (added 09/2005)
Hydro Québec:  facts on the fight to save BC Hydro from deregulation and privatization.
Hydro Research Foundation:  Harbin Power Equipment Company Limited. The Group's principal activities are the manufacture of steam and hydro turbine generator sets. Other activities include manufacturing of boilers and valves, provisions of engineering services as well as r..
Hydropower Information:  Provider of legislative , congressional record, and committee information including Library of Congress links, text of bills and major legislation.
Hydropower: Energy For Maine's Future:  The IEA Hydropower Agreement is a working group of governments and industry, which intends to provide objective, balanced information about the advantages and disadvantages of hydropower. On this web site you can find information about the positive and negative social and environmental effects of hydropower, about hydropower in general, and about the IEA Hydropower Agreement. / (added 09/2005)
Industrial Screen Products:  from the Bureau of Reclamation Power Program. 
Inforse (International Network For Sustainable Energy):   
International Centre For Hydropower:  Federal, state, and local conservation and recreation organizations working to reform policies and achieve improvements to rivers altered by dams with resources for citizen participation in the relicensing process. 
International Economic Platform For Renewable Energies :  Coalition of national, state, and local conservation and recreation organizations working to reform national hydropower policies and upgrade rivers altered by hydropower dams.
International Small Hydro Atlas:  Some facts about hydropower in Maine:
L&S Electric:  Dam and hydroelectric power plant safety, rehabilitation and modernization, operations and maintenance, construction, field and underwater inspection and restoration services. 
Lake Murray Saluda River Columbia South Carolina Dam Re Licensing:  A subsidiary of IDACORP Inc., providing electric service to Idaho and parts of Oregon and Nevada. Operate hydro and coal-fired plants, and offer consulting services.
Low Impact Hydropower Institute :  Product and contact information for manufacturer of wire fish screens that prevent entrainment, injury, or death of targeted aquatic species by physically stopping fish from entering a water intake.   
Manitoba Hydro:  INFORSE provide news and information on the implementation of sustainable energy solutions. Worldwide NGO network formed at the Global Forum in Rio in 1992 with 200 member organizations worldwide. 
Micro-Hydropower Systems: A Buyers Guide - Natural Resources Canada:  provider of engineered systems, especially hydroelectric services. Also offers rotating apparatus repair, electric motor service, electrical equipment, and field services 
Microhydropowernet :  Resources for citizen involvement in the re-licensing of Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Project 516. 
Model For Tennessee Rivers Adapted To Montana Project :  Nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing environmental impacts of hydropower by creating a standard for consumers to evaluate hydropower as an energy source.
National Hydropower Association:  Wim Klunne's international microhydro web portal includes discussion forum, expert database, business directory, and literature and internet links on microhydro. / (added 09/2005)
New Mexico Energy Conservation And Management Division :   / (added 09/2005)
New Technology In Hydro Power:  Information about run-of-the-river systems up to 300 kilowatts. Includes the microhydro discussion group, microhydro basics, and links.  / (added 09/2005)
Newfoundland & Labrador Hydro:   
Paradigm Technologies :  full service hydroelectric development and operations firm with additional expertise in data collection system design, manufacture, and installation.
Pinecrest: An Adventure Living Off The Utility Grid:  U.S. trade association. A comprehensive site containing policy information, relicensing information, and generally promoting industry interests. 
Power Technologies Inc :  electric utility owned by the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. 
Saint Lawrence Fdr Power Project Relicensing:  Designer of micro-hydroelectric turbines, battery chargers and control equipment.
Snake Dams:  Provider of power engineering consulting services, engineering software and hardware products and education services. Services are provided to utilities, power companies and independent power producers. Private capitalized this company ..
Snowy Mountains Hydro Electric Authority:  Information about dam relicensing and related issues on Idaho rivers including the Salmon, Snake, Bear, Moyie, and Boundary Creek. 
Story Of A Water Wheel:   
Tamar Designs :  Proposal for a small-scale, run-of-river, hydroelectric development in British Columbia. 
The Humming Bird Electronic Load Controller / Induction Generator Controller - Jan Portegijs:  Collected stories from the Tri-City Herald about the controversy surrounding the possible breaching of the Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental, Little Goose, and Lower Granite dams on the Lower Snake River in Washington State. 
The International Centre For Hydropower:  Waterwheels have been used since ancient times to grind corn and also to raise water. The great waterwheels of Hama in Syria have raised water for over a thousand years. They serve as superb examples of a technology so elegantly simple that it becomes totally dependable. Flowing water was used to turn the wheel and water held in buckets on the rim was lifted to great heights to spill over into channels, which irrigated the land further away. These great wheels where often built to huge proportions, because water was raised on their rims.  / (added 09/2005)
The Story Of A Waterwheel:  Design, manufacture and repair hydroelectric turbines and pumps, from 0.1kW to 1MW.
Toronto Hydro:  A crown corporation in the process of developing environmental standards and practices for B.C.'s unique landscape. 
U S  Doe Hydropower Program:   
Universal Electric Power Corp (Uep) :   
Voest-Alpine Mce Gmbh :  Promoting the development and utilization of Norwegian hydropower resources
Water Wheel Factory:  Information about the scientific, technical, economic, social, and environmental effects of completing the Three Gorges dam in China, as well as the alternatives to the dam.  / (added 09/2005)
Waterpower:  municipal distribution utility owned by the City of Toronto.  / (added 09/2005)
Waterturbinecom :  Information about hydroelectric power, state resource assessments, technology research and development, environmental concerns, and advanced hydropower turbines.  / (added 09/2005)
Waterwheel Project - Runnerduck:  Manufacturer of turbine/generating systems for hydroelectricity.
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