NREL: Image Gallery
 
Search

 
 
Display images per page

18390.JPG

18390.JPG

Power lines near McNary Dam, which supplies renewable hydroelectric power. Hydropower technologies use flowing water to create energy that can be captured and turned into electricity.

18389.JPG

18389.JPG

McNary Dam is one of the largest hydroelectric plants in the United States and can generate 980 megawatts of clean energy. Hydropower technologies use flowing water to create energy that can be captured and turned into electricity.

18388.JPG

18388.JPG

McNary Dam is one of the largest hydroelectric plants in the United States. Hydropower technologies use flowing water to create energy that can be captured and turned into electricity.

18387.JPG

18387.JPG

McNary Dam hydroelectric plant generating 980 megawatts of clean energy. Hydropower technologies use flowing water to create energy that can be captured and turned into electricity.

18386.JPG

18386.JPG

McNary Dam is one of the largest hydroelectric plants in the United States and can generate 980 megawatts of clean energy. Hydropower technologies use flowing water to create energy that can be captured and turned into electricity.

18385.JPG

18385.JPG

McNary Dam is one of the largest hydroelectric plants in the United States and can generate 980 megawatts of clean energy. Hydropower technologies use flowing water to create energy that can be captured and turned into electricity.

00069.JPG

00069.JPG

In 1991, the City of Kankakee completed a conservation plan that included a 1200 kilowatt hour hydroelectric plant at the Washington Avenue dam. The hydroelectric plant, designed to meet the strictest environmental standards, provides all of the electrici

00070.JPG

00070.JPG

In 1991, the City of Kankakee completed a conservation plan that included a 1200 kilowatt hour hydroelectric plant at the Washington Avenue dam. The hydroelectric plant, designed to meet the strictest environmental standards, provides all of the electrici

04210.JPG

04210.JPG

The Carl Hayden Visitor's Center at Glen Canyon - an Energy Saver Showcase facility - uses a variety of energy-efficient, renewable energy, and water conservation technologies.

04211.JPG

04211.JPG

Located on the north end of the Grand Canyon, the Glen Canyon Dam is one of the 20th century's engineering marvels, drawing almost one million tourists from around the world each year. Water-efficient technologies at the Carl Hayden Visitors Center at Gle

04212.JPG

04212.JPG

Located on the north end of the Grand Canyon, the Glen Canyon Dam is one of the 20th century's engineering marvels, drawing almost one million tourists from around the world each year.

04410.JPG

04410.JPG

The King Cove hydro-power station: An 800-kW micro-hydro facility in King Cove, Alaska went on line in December 1994 to service the remote 700-resident town. Communities in Alaska find that their electricity is expensive. A less expensive source of pow

04411.JPG

04411.JPG

During construction of the hydro facility: An 800-kW micro-hydro facility in King Cove, Alaska went on line in December 1994 to service the remote 700-resident town.

05406.JPG

05406.JPG

The goals for hydroelectric power generation are to simplify licensing and to develop turbines that have less impact on aquatic life.

06595.JPG

06595.JPG

Hydropower produces 10% of the nations energy.

12487.JPG

12487.JPG

Grant County Public Utility District successfully demonstrated a fish-friendly Kaplan turbine runner at Wanapum Dam on the Columbia river in Washington; this advanced hydropower turbine was developed as a competitively-selected , cost-shared project with

29507.jpg

29507.jpg

December 3, 2013 - The ideal clean energy marriage of hydropower and windpower in the Pacific Northwest, home to over 20,000 megawatts of hydro and 4500 megawatts of wind. (Photo from MWH Global)

 
 
Display images per page
 
Template editor loading... Please wait.
You have finished editing the template. You can download your changes in the following formats:
Choose format: