In furtherance of providing you more water-related resources and information, here’s the first paragraph of a blog post from the University of Denver Sturm College of Law Water Law Review blog:
Frees v. Tidd: A Speedway for Hydropower along Colorado Waterways
By Kelsey Holder (4/13/2017)
Small-scale hydropower projects are on the rise in Colorado. Both federal and state legislation paved the road for the rise by easing the permit process for hydropower as an energy source, and the recent Colorado Supreme Court decision in Frees v. Tidd created the no-stoplight speedway to make hydropower an up-and-coming energy source in the state. However, stakeholders don’t yet fully know what this development might mean for water and water rights holders.
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