I D
× COMMENTARYCOVER STORYIN THE NEWSNEWSFRONTSCHEMENTATOR + Show More BUSINESS NEWSTECHNICAL & PRACTICALFEATURE REPORTFACTS AT YOUR FINGERTIPSTECHNOLOGY PROFILEEQUIPMENT & SERVICESFOCUSNEW PRODUCTS + Show More

Comment Business & Economics

Oregon to have its first in-pipe hydroelectric system  

By Gerald Ondrey |

The City of Portland, Oregon and Lucid Energy (Portland, Ore.; www.lucidenergy.com), have reached an agreement and are set to begin construction of the city’s first in-pipe hydropower renewable-energy system. The LucidPipe Power System project, which is slated for completion in June 2013, will help the city meet its Climate Action Plan goals and reinforce Portland’s status as a global leader in renewable energy and green innovation. The Portland Water Bureau, the City of Portland, Oregon and Lucid Energy a provider of renewable energy systems and pioneer in the development of in-pipe hydropower, today announced that Lucid Energy and the Portland Water Bureau have agreed to terms and are set to begin the permitting process for construction of the city’s first in-pipe hydroelectric system. The LucidPipe Power System (for more information, see Chem. Eng., December 2011; https://www.chemengonline.com/chementator/8734.html), which will be installed in a section of large-diameter, gravity-fed water pipeline beneath the city, uses a unique, in-conduit turbine that spins as water passes through it, producing clean, reliable, low-cost electricity with no impact on the environment or water delivery. The project will be the…
Related Content
The 2020 Chopey Scholarship winner
Chemical Engineering has been a long-time leading source for practical technology information and news for the chemical process industries (CPI).…
CPI Business News – August 2020
Nouryon to build TBHP/TBA plant in Ningbo July 8, 2020 — Nouryon (Amsterdam, the Netherlands; www.nouryon.com) will start development of…

ABB

The Big 6 level measurement technologies: Where to use them and why

WHITE PAPER — The Big 6 level measurement technologies: Where to use them and why Anyone who’s ever worn a tool belt knows that sometimes you have to use a tool for something it’s not designed to do. If you don’t happen to have a hammer, a heavy…

Chemical Engineering publishes FREE eletters that bring our original content to our readers in an easily accessible email format about once a week.
Subscribe Now
Securing the availability of chemical processes through a long-term partnership
Metering gas in biogas plants
The Big 6 level measurement technologies: Where to use them and why
Minimizing particle breakage and mother liquor residue in technical salts production
Expectations are shifting: How measurement solutions can help overcome chemical industry challenges

View More