Application Deadline February 15th

Calling all members! Time for some outreach to university students you know! Applications are due February 15 for the 2023 Past Chairs’ Legacy Scholarship. Let family, friends, colleagues, and your alma mater know!

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Schedule at a Glance Just Released!

The schedule at a glance was just released for Waterpower Week 2023! Check it out today!

NHA's Waterpower Week is the premier policy-focused national event that takes place every spring in Washington, DC.

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Future Leaders of Waterpower (FLOW) offers resources for emerging leaders. The ultimate goal of FLOW is to attract and support talented, diverse professionals by creating a welcoming and safe environment and by providing a clear pathway for professional growth.

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Hydropower

America’s first renewable provides clean, carbon-free energy to roughly 30 million homes, and 40 percent of U.S. renewable electricity, all while providing the flexibility needed to integrate increasing amounts of wind and solar onto the grid.

Pumped Storage

Pumped storage is the nation’s "water battery". Representing 92 percent of energy storage in America, it helps to balance the flow of power across transmission networks by absorbing excess when electricity demand is low and releasing it when it increases.

Marine Energy

Marine Energy - America’s next gen renewable - consists of wave, tidal, ocean current, riverine, and ocean thermal energy conversion/salinity gradients technologies, all capable of providing predictable, consistent and affordable clean electricity.

Hydropower Is Clean, Renewable Energy

For more than a century, Hydropower has generated clean, renewable electricity. The history of hydropower is deeply woven within the fabric of communities throughout this nation. It powered the textile mills in Lowell, Massachusetts during the Industrial Revolution, and produced the electricity needed to make aluminum for the U.S. military in World War II. And, in addition to homes and businesses, it provides tech companies and data centers with affordable and reliable energy. Today stands ready to build a more resilient, sustainable economy powered by a carbon free electricity grid.

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NHA Resource Library

Gain access to key waterpower documents and research.

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Membership Directory

Learn about NHA members ranging from large power generators to service and equipment providers.

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NHA Operational Excellence Program

OpEx program is a event reporting system that receives, distributes, archives, and catalogs best practices and lessons learned.

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Policy Priorities

NHA is advocating for serval key policies for waterpower.

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