Bulletin No. 24, A Proposed Major Development on American River

California Department of Water Resources (DWR) | January 1st, 1929


Climate Change Effects on the High-Elevation Hydropower System with Consideration of Warming Impacts on Electricity Demand and Pricing

California Energy Commission (CEC) | July 31st, 2012


While only about 30 percent of California’s usable water storage capacity lies at higher elevations, high-elevation hydropower units generate, on average, 74 percent of

Climate change impacts on water resources and hydropower potential in the Upper Colorado River Basin

Journal of Hydrology | April 23rd, 2015


Precipitation projections from climate models vary up to 16%; flow projections revealed greater differences, up to 50%. The climate models projected increase in t

Curbing the Colorado

Scientific American | April 1st, 1922


Already, the electrical engineer has shown how the snows of the high Sierras can be transformed into energizing current distributable for hundreds of miles through a S

Final Initial Study / Mitigated Negative Declaration PG&E’s Upper Drum-Spaulding Hydroelectric Project (FERC No. 2310) and Lower Drum Hydroelectric Project (FERC No. 14531)

California State Water Resources Control Board (SWRCB) | February 1st, 2021


The State Water Resources Control Board (State Water Board) has prepared this Initial Study/Mitigated Negative Declaration (IS/MND) to provide the public, responsible age

Hydro-Electric Development in California

Scientific American | August 2nd, 1913


A glance at a map of California similar to that accompanying this article, on which is portrayed the veritable network of long-distance transmission lines that mark th

Impacts of California’s Ongoing Drought: Hydroelectricity Generation

Pacific Institute | March 17th, 2015


California’s hottest and driest drought in recorded history is shifting the sources of energy for electricity with adverse economic and environmental consequences. The

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