Alternative Methods to Relicensing Hydroelectric Projects in a Changing Market

Alignment of Costs and Beneficiaries During Relicensing

Is There a Role for Science in Hydropower Relicensing?

The Flint River Project - A Curious Anomaly

FERC License Implementation and Lessons Learned

Run-of-River License Requirements, A Compliance Perspective

The Potential for Resolution of the Bucks-for-Fish Issue

Environmental Water Storage Account vs. Flow Requirements: A Model from the Platte River

Reservoir and Shoreline Management - What Uses are Allowable for the Future?

Rehabilitation of the High Dam Hydroelectric Facility

The NAHB Research Center's National Housing Quality Program

Relicensing Hydropower: The Many Faces of Competition

Mandatory Conditioning Requirements: Strategies Following Bangor Hydro-Electric v. FERC, Rainsong v. FERC and Bennett v. Spear

White River Fish Screen Project—Hydraulic Modeling
In 1983, Puget Sound Power and Light Company (Puget Power) proposed in a license application to FERC for the overall White River Project replacement of the existing fish screens constructed...

White River Fish Screen Project Planning and Design
In 1983, Puget Sound Power and Light Company (Puget Power) submitted a license application to FERC for the overall White River Project. One of the elements of the project application was...

Managing Sediments in Reservoirs at FERC
Reservoir siltation has negative effects on water resource development projects. The impact of sedimentation on FERC's licensed hydropower developments is often quite significant....

NRC's Refocused Prelicensing High-Level Waste Regulatory Program

Use of Limited Information in a License Application to Construct a Repository

Final WIPP Compliance Criteria (40 CFR Part 194)

Recommendations from EPA's Review Committee on WIPP

 

 

 

 

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