A new study published in the North American Journal of Fisheries Management shows safe downstream passage of juvenile alewife (river herring) through Natel’s modern fish-safe hydro turbine.
The results of the study demonstrate that the RHT, which is designed for fish safety, is an effective way to pass juvenile alosines downstream at hydropower facilities.
The Cleanie Awards® announced that Natel won bronze in the 2022 Clean Energy Startup Company of the Year category. The RHT was also recognized as a Pioneer in New Technology finalist.
The RHT was a finalist this year at the MERLIN Innovation Awards, which recognize widely-applicable solutions for restoring the function or enabling the financial benefit of freshwater ecosystems.
CTO Abe Schneider talks to Reasons to be Cheerful's Eric Krebs about the RHT and how critical it is to make hydro retrofits fish-safe.
Gia chats with Grow Ensemble's Cory Ames about where hydro's going and Cory provides context on where it's been.
Abe and Sterling explain how the RHT works, how we know it works, and where it's going. With special emphasis on eel safety and applications for the St. Lawrence River. Hosted by the River Institute.
CleanTechnica chats with MyHydro and looks at the impact that Natel's RHT turbines could have in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Read on for more details about progress we’ve made over the past several months!