FERC's Authority over the Licensing Process or Why Third Party Contracting Rules Have Been Difficult to Implement

Improvements in Licensee Compliance with Hydroelectric Licenses Issued by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Combining Water Budgets and IFIM Results for Analyzing Operation Alternatives at Peaking Projects

Sedimentation Consideration for Hydro Development at FERC

Land Based Crane Operator Training and Licensing Program

The FERC's Consideration of EMF in the Licensing of Hydroelectric Project Transmission Lines

Recreation Monitoring

Evaluating Existing Access Opportunities for Disabled Persons at Remote Shoreline Recreation Sites

Hydroelectric Project Recreation Partners in River Access Program

Recreation Planning for Tallulah Gorge

Hydropower Generation and Whitewater Recreation: Finding the Common Ground

Collaborative Process Tools for Water Management Planning

Positioning for the Future: Hydro's Contribution in the Changing Electric Industry

Recovery of Revenues Lost to Fish Passage

Use of a 1-D Unsteady-Flow Model to Simulate the Effects on River Flows from Project Operational Changes Proposed During Hydro Relicensing

Guidelines for Design of Intakes for Hydroelectric Plants

Post License Enhancements—Passing Minimum Flows Through Outlet Works and Generators

Why FERC Cares About Sedimentation Problems

An Engineering Approach on Safety Certification for Tandem Dams

Inspector Certification and Training: Preparing the Construction Team to Build Projects Better

 

 

 

 

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