U.S., Canadian Hydropower Set for $1 Billion in Project Kickoffs through End of Year

U.S., Canadian Hydropower Set for $1 Billion in Project Kickoffs through End of Year

U.S., Canadian Hydropower Set for $1 Billion in Project Kickoffs through End of Year


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SUGAR LAND--June 10, 2019--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Industrial Info is tracking more than $1 billion in hydropower projects that are set to begin construction in the U.S. and Canada before the end of the year, more than half of which is attributed to modernization and refurbishment projects. Although hydropower is crucial to many areas in North America, it has struggled to receive the support granted wind and solar energy sources, as many U.S. states have yet to decide if it can be classified as "renewable energy."

Within this article: Details on a variety of U.S. and Canadian hydropower projects set to kick off through the end of the year, including federally and municipally funded projects in the U.S., provincially funded projects in Canada, and projects from industry leaders such as Duke Energy Corporation (NYSE:DUK).

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