The National Renewable Energy Laboratory writes in Tech Xplore on a new hydropower report that has identified opportunities to reform the licensing process.
- Hydropower is an important source of clean energy, but its development can be slowed down because of burdensome regulations.
- A new report for the National Renewable Energy Lab and the Oak Ridge National Lab has highlighted a few regulations that impede upon the building of new hydropower plants or upgrades to existing ones.
- Through simple reforms that make regulations more efficient, we can protect our planet and advance new sources of clean energy.
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