Planning a Resource-Compatible Low Head Waterpower Developmentby George M. Waldow, Stanley Consultants Inc, Muscatine, IA USA,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Water for Resource Development
Abstract: Responsible development of waterpower potential is a significant aspect of comprehensive water resource planning. Recent interest in small scale hydro projects has generated concern among project developers, environmental interests, and regulatory agencies regarding procedures, potential impacts, and appropriate mitigation measures. These issues are addressed in general but specific planning experience associated with a 3 MW low head, run-of-river project under development on the Rock River by the City of Rock Falls, Illinois, is focused on.
Subject Headings: Head (fluid mechanics) | Water resources | Hydro power | Power plants | Rocks | Rivers and streams | Environmental issues | Urban areas | North America | Illinois | United States
Services: Buy this book/Buy this article
Return to search