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EIN Newsdesk reports that DOE has announced selections for its Notice of Opportunity for Technical Assistance to perform techno-economic studies evaluating value of two pumped-storage hydropower projects. PNNL is 1 of 5 labs conducting the studies. 12.5.18 

The Tri-City Herald describes how the Tri-City economy would crumble without Snake River dams.  TRIDEC is leveraging PNNL, local business capabilities to grow the Tri-Cities' presence as "Energy Hub of the Pacific Northwest." 9.5.18 

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner mentions PNNL's partnership with the University of Alaska Fairbanks in an article on how Senator Murkowski and Representative Young are pushing for increased hydropower. 6.30.18 

The Tri-City Herald published a column by PNNL Director Steve Ashby discussing PNNL's collaborative agreement with the University of Alaska Fairbanks and research PNNL is doing in Alaska. 6.15.18 

Energy Central summarizes PNNL's collaborative agreement with University of Alaska Fairbanks for hydropower, marine energy research.  6.4.18  

International Water Power and Dam Construction reports on the deal between PNNL and the University of Alaska Fairbanks to advance hydropower research. 6.1.18  

Subsea News World reports on the new collaborative agreement between PNNL and University of Alaska Fairbanks to advance hydropower generation, marine renewable energy, and underwater technology development. 5.31.18     

The Fairbanks Daily News-Miner reports that PNNL is teaming up with the University of Alaska Fairbanks to collaborate research on hydropower and alternative oil processing techniques.  5.31.18 

The Tri-City Herald describes the collaborative agreement between PNNL and the Universty of Alaska Fairbanks on hydropower generation, marine renewable energy, and underwater technology development research.  5.31.18 

Renewable Snaps discusses PNNL's plans for joint research with the University of Alaska Fairbanks. 5.31.18 

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