Hydrokinetic finds hope without dams
Emerging technology promises cheap electricity from rivers with dams, project proposals springing up around the state in 2008
Hydroelectric projects often get damned because they’re, well, dammed.
Traditional hydroelectric projects can produce cheap, sustainable power by controlling the flow of water to run turbines. But concerns about the environmental impact of the large dams required for hydroelectric have made projects....
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Technology mostly untested
Pros and cons of Alaska
Hydrokinetic projects on deck in Alaska
HGE planning 11 projects
ORPC expanding portfolio
Tidal projects continue
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