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- Plans scotched. // Utility Week;3/11/2011, Vol. 34 Issue 9, p4
The article reports on the apprehensions shown for the implementation of the new law that will facilitate the approval of hydro projects in Scotland starting June 2011.
- Indian Supreme Court stalls hydropower projects. Bharat Lal Seth // World Rivers Review;Sep2013, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p3
The article focuses on the ruling of the Supreme Court of India to ban any further clearances for any hydroelectric projects in the Himalayan state.
- Hydro power revenues, controversy in northeast. Stewart, Nick // Northern Ontario Business;Jul2008, Vol. 28 Issue 9, p7
The article reports on the optimistic plan by Mayor Tom Laughren to establish hydroelectric projects in Timmins, Ontario. Laughren thought that water generation can be part of the forest revenues like mining revenues. The Ontario Power Authority has directed northeastern Ontario as a potential...
- Govt wants sc to lift stay on uttarakhand power projects. // FRPT- Energy Snapshot;8/3/2015, p9
The article discusses the Indian Supreme Court case involving India's National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government and Uttarakhand hydo-electric power plants, which deals with clearance for power projects in Uttarakhand, India.
- EUROPEAN NEWS. // Utility Week;1/16/2004, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p10
Presents news briefs on power resources and utilities in Europe, as of February 2004. Command issued by the European Commission to amend Italian procedures for granting concessions for hydroelectric plant; Plan of French electricity and gas workers to hold a national strike; Decision of Swedish...
- Itaipu: uma entidade sui generis. da Cunha, Leopoldo Faiad // Universitas: RelaÃ§Ãµes Internacionais;2011, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p227
This article analyses the Itaipu treaty focusing on juridical aspects and consequences among Brazilian legal system. It search the possibility of integration between Federal Constitution and the international law, studying the details of Binational company. Initially, historical and political...
- Changing Legal Regimes and the Allocation of Water Between Two California Rivers. Langridge, Ruth // Natural Resources Journal;Spring2002, Vol. 42 Issue 2, p283
Examines some issues associated with the Potter Valley Hydropower Project (PVP) in Northern California to demonstrate how changes in legal regime affect water allocation decisions. Early history of the PVP; Information on some laws and judicial decisions regarding environmental protection;...
- Bill Would Ban New Hydropower In the Parks. // National Parks;Mar/Apr86, Vol. 60 Issue 3/4, p7
Reports that U.S. Representative Richard Lehman has introduced legislation to ban any new water projects in national parks or monuments. Requirement for congressional approval for the expansion of any exiting hydroelectric facilities; Total number of dams housed in 18 national park areas.
- NYPA chief wants to improve hydrolicensing process. // Business Journal (Central New York);5/10/2002, Vol. 16 Issue 19, p18
Reports on the energy legislation passed by the U.S. Senate that seeks to improve the hydroelectric relicensing process in the U.S. Efforts of New York Power Authority President and Chief Executive Officer Eugene W. Zeltmann to reform the process; U.S. senator who sponsored the bill;...