NEHC is pleased to have Sierra Fraioli, candidate for a BS in Environmental Engineering at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), and Eric DeSnyder, candidate for a BS in Mechanical Engineering from University of Massachusetts, Lowell, join us as interns for the summer of 2016.
Michael Kerr, CEO of New England Hydropower, is interviewed in Boston Globe article focused on Small Hydro development
On March 30, 2016, a custom designed and fabricated fish “crowder” with underwater camera and solar-powered recording system was installed in the Hanover Pond fish ladder.
NEHC is pleased to welcome Ian Gray as an intern for the 2015 summer season. A member of the Tufts University School of Engineering class of 2016, Ian is studying toward his B.S. in Mechanical Engineering with minors in Economics and Computer Science.
See video at: http://nsiv.org/white-house-datapalooza-video-showcasing-crowdcomfort-and-new-england-hydropower/
New England Hydropower (NEHC) has been granted five preliminary Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) permits to pursue Archimedes hydro-screw generation projects.