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BC Hydro Education Page
Educational resources about power safety, energy conservation, and hydropower, including direct support for teachers in BC.
Bonneville Power Authority's Education Page
Internal and external curriculum guides for energy-education.
Energy Market - Northeast Utilities
FirstLight Power
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
Marine Turbines
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
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
Northeast Utilities operates this site and runs many environmental education activities on site. Click on "Newsletters" for more info.
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...
Tsongas Industrial History Center
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