Emily White, Research Associate, Bard College/Hudsonia When evaluating a site for the potential installation of micro […]
Erik Kiviat, Hudsonia Hudsonia has continued the Saw Kill studies initiated in 2017 in connection with […]
Emily White, Research Associate, Bard College/Hudsonia Despite the benefits of hydropower as a renewable source of […]
Jan Borchert, Current Hydro Submitting an application for exemption from Licensing with the Federal Energy Regulatory […]
Most of the components of a dam-free micro-hydropower system are identical to dam-associated systems and include intake and screen, penstock, turbine, generator and interconnection. The major difference between a dam-associated and a dam-free system is the intake structure; so let's look at that first.
Jan Borchert, Current Hydro Microhydrony.org is dedicated to informing about the viability of micro-hydropower as an […]
Jan Borchert, Current Hydro The first step in system design for a dam-free micro-hydro project at […]
Jan Borchert, Current Hydro Now that we’ve covered the basics of dam-free micro-hydropower, it’s time to […]
Jan Borchert, Current Hydro Dam-free microhydro is an alternative to upgrading existing dams to generate hydropower. […]
Jan Borchert, Current Hydro Many of the concerns associated with hydropower are caused by dams and […]
Jan Borchert, Current Hydro In the first assessment of the Saw Kill’s micro-hydropower potential, one focal […]