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Links last updated 2017-09-11 12:57:17.

BC Hydro Education Page
http://www.bchydro.com/education/
Educational resources about power safety, energy conservation, and hydropower, including direct support for teachers in BC.
Energy Market - Northeast Utilities
http://www.nu.com/energy/stations/hydro.asp
FirstLight Power
http://www.firstlightpower.com/generation/hydro.asp
FirstLight operates several hydroelectric facilities in Connecticut and Massachusetts. They also sponsor an environmental and recreation center at Northfield Mountain Pumped Storage facility.
FWEE - Foundation for Water and Energy Education
http://www.fwee.org/
Marine Turbines
http://www.marineturbines.com/
Marine Current Turbines Ltd (MCT) is developing radically new technology, backed by the UK government, for exploiting tidal currents for large-scale power generation. They do not have any commercially available products at present, but they aim to achieve this by 2007-8.
National Renewable Energy Lab Map of RE Resources
http://mapserve2.nrel.gov/website/Resource_Atlas/viewer.htm
This interactive GIS-based map allows you to see layers of interesting data for resources of renewable energy in America.
Northfield Pumped Storage Facility- Northeast Utilities
http://www.nu.com/northfield/default.asp
Northeast Utilities operates this site and runs many environmental education activities on site. Click on "Newsletters" for more info.
Rentricity
http://rentricity.com/
Rentricity, a MA startup, makes turbine systems for placing where municipal water facilities already reduce pressure, thus serving two functions at once.
The James Bay and Northern Quebec Agreement a...
http://www.ainc-inac.gc.ca/pr/info/info14_e.html
Tsongas Industrial History Center
http://www.uml.edu/tsongas/index2.htm
This center, which teaches the history of Lowell, a center of the textile industry of the 19th century, covers the high-tech use of hydropower that got the industry to put to use the millions of bales coming from the cotton gin, also the thousands of immiÔ