The benefits of converting non-powered dams to hydropower dams are: ● Lower installation costs ● Lower levelized cost-of-energy (LCOE) ● Fewer barriers to development ● Less risk within a shorter time frame. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, of
Hydroelectric power, or hydropower, is a type of power that uses the force of the flowing water to generate electricity. While there are a multitude of different hydroelectric facilities, they all use turbines/generators to convert the kinetic energy of flowing
The engineers at Sorensen Systems are all too familiar with the problems that power plant operators are having with biogas contaminated with siloxane. How can something so seemingly minor destroy turbines (and how can it be mitigated)?