DOE extends deadline for Hydropower Advancement Project facility registration
June 22, 2012
The Department of Energy has extended the registration deadline for the Hydropower Advancement Project (HAP) facility registration to July 5, 2012 at 11:59pm. As part of this project, DOE is performing standard assessments on select hydropower facilities to identify opportunities to increase generation and value through improvements and expansions. Such assessments will be performed by teams trained by DOE at no cost to the facility owners. Facility owners now have an additional ten days to register their facility for this opportunity.
These assessments are intended to provide reports that contain sufficient information for facility owners to make a decision on further studies. The report will provide estimates for increased generation potential, costs/benefits of improvement activities and the recommendations for additional studies as needed. The report will also include a description of the facility and the site-specific environmental and operating constraints that impact generation and value.
DOE is providing this technical assistance opportunity to facility owners who volunteer to participate in HAP assessments.
For more information on how to respond and register, please see the HAP registration news release.
Additional HAP Information
For more information on the HAP please refer to:
Hydropower Advancement Project Request for Information (RFI), closed on February 6, 2012. Please note that FedConnect registration is NOT required to access the RFI. The document can be accessed by opening the “BODY” link under the 'Documentation' heading towards the right of the page.
Contact Information Contact Matthew Hess (email@example.com) with questions or clarifications related to registering for HAP assessments.