“First, do no harm” is a phrase associated with health care professionals, but it also applies to sustainability practices. Clean energy deployment is as much about reducing harm (pollution) as it is about reducing costs, and when it comes to hydropower—which provides nearly one-third of renewable electricity generation in the United States and is growing—a key area of concern is the safety of ecosystems and species, especially fish.
The Low Impact Hydropower Institute (LIHI) has granted its 200th Low Impact certificate in the US to Natel Energy's Monroe Drop hydropower project in Oregon.
An examination of using a conical. conically arranged, cantilevered electrified bar rack (Center Sender) to guide fish safely through hydropower facilities.