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    M.H.K. in the U.S.A.

    08/28/2013 Let's rewind a couple of weeks to August 9 -- a date of extreme significance for American hydropower as it marks the date President Barack Obama signed the H...

    Keeping a weather eye on FERC

    08/20/2013 One of my responsibilities as senior editor of the Hydro Group for PennWell is to keep the premium content subscribers on HydroWorld.com apprised with regard...
    Waterwheel

    Going medieval for hydropower

    08/06/2013

    To the unitard-clad harlequin in Larkspur, Colo. -- I must apologize.

    Elected officials support the hydropower industry at HydroVision International 2013

    07/31/2013 Although those who work in the hydroelectric industry on a daily basis clearly understand the benefits of this clean, renewable generating technology, it sti...

    I have HydroVision on the brain this week, for good reason

    07/25/2013 One of the (many) fun things about being at HydroVision International 2013 in Denver, Colorado, this week is that there is no shortage of topics to blog abou...

    Where melting pot meets mega watt

    07/17/2013

    Can you believe it? It’s almost here!

    Are you excited for HydroVision yet?

    07/11/2013

    Much to the chagrin of my girlfriend, the date of our anniversary is often one that escapes me.

    Colorado has got it going on when it comes to hydro

    07/02/2013 I don’t know what it is about the state of Colorado right now, but it seems every time I turn around I see news about the state and its support of or ties to...

    Thoughts on Obama's Climate Change memorandum

    06/26/2013 It's apparent that President Barack Obama's new climate change plan could potentially have a significant and lasting impact on renewable energy production, b...

    Giving honor where it is due

    06/19/2013 As all of us in the Hydro Group gear up for HydroVision International (a little than a month to go!), I am personally looking forwarding to attending for the...

    Pastrami on Rye and the Oklahoma City Thunder

    06/11/2013 As an editor, I have the privilege of traveling all over North America attending tradeshows, conferences, symposiums and summits, meeting many of you in the ...

    They Love Us, They Love Us Not

    06/04/2013 I had a reporting professor during my first semester as a journalism major who, in an effort to teach a class of aspiring 18-year old Joseph Pulitzers not to...

    A public safety lesson learned in person

    05/28/2013 PennWell is headquartered in Tulsa, Okla., and many of us watched the news and weather with trepidation as the tornado hit Oklahoma City on Monday, May 20. O...

    I'm feeling a little more politically savvy these days

    05/20/2013 Let me start out by saying that I am not a political animal. At all. I am less than fully versed in the many aspects of our political system and the politica...

    Comments from the peanut gallery

    05/07/2013 I have always maintained a front row seat in the peanut gallery. From a very young age, I had the gift of inserting unique perspectives at opportune (and som...