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China Southern Power Grid's First Fully Localized Pumped Storage Station Construction Project Completed
ADB, Kyrgyz Republic Sign Agreement to Upgrade Uch-Kurgan Hydropower plant
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the government of the Kyrgyz Republic have signed a $100 million financing package to modernize aging equipment and improve power generation capacity at the 180-MW Uch-Kurgan hydropower plant.
Iran Inaugurates New Hydropower Plant Near Iraqi Border
Iran has inaugurated a hydroelectric power plant in the Kurdish-populated city of Sardasht in the country’s northwest, in a further boost to the national grid which is under strain from runaway demand.
A Fresh Look at The Future of Hydropower
As society grapples with climate change and the challenge of decarbonizing the national energy grid, proponents increasingly hold up hydropower as an indispensable part of the solution, touting it as “clean, green energy.”
The U.S. DOE Announced $24.9M Fund to Advance New-Era Hydropower Projects
The projects announced to receive DOE funding were selected across four areas of interest: Hydropower Operational Flexibility, Low-Head Hydropower and In-Stream Hydrokinetic Technologies, Advancing Wave Energy Device Design.
Meridiam Wins Contract for Kinguele Hydropower Plant
Construction work is set to start in the second quarter of 2020 on the 34MW run-of-the-river Kinguele Aval hydropower plant in Gabon, as Meridiam confirms it has signed a concession contract with the Government of Gabon to build the project.
Work Progresses on Installation of 36.4-MW Powerhouse at Red Rock Dam
Missouri River Energy Services reported it has reached a milestone in the installation of the 36.4-MW Red Rock Hydroelectric Project (RRHP) at Red Rock Dam, as construction workers successfully cored through the dam last week.
Global Hydropower Power Market is Likely to Grow at a CAGR of 2.4% until 2030
That’s according to data and analytics company GlobalData, which expects the sector will reach more than 165GW of installed capacity by this time, up from 124GW at the end of 2018.
$14-billion Hydropower Scheme Threatened in Congo
Serious disagreements between groups of Spanish and Chinese developers that want to build an 11GW hydropower plant in the Democratic Republic of Congo may scuttle plans for the US$14-billion (R205-billion) project, according to a report.
Romania Will Refurbish Its 350MW Hydropower Plant with EUR 80 mln
Romania’s state-owned hydropower company Hidroelectrica will totally refurbish its hydropower plant (CHE) Râu Mare - Retezat under a EUR 80 million project, financed from own funds. The plan’s capacity will increase to 350MW after the process.
ADB Projects Mean Fewer Power Cuts for Cameroon
In Cameroon, the national electricity supply has been notoriously unreliable and subject to power cuts for many years. Now, three projects financed by the African Development Bank for $121.4 million in 2010-2011 are at last starting to provide Cameroonian
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Power Machines Continues Upgrades of Volzhskaya Hydro Plant Units
IVORY COAST: The Government Launches the Construction of a Hydro-Agricultural Dam in Koro
Voith and Iberdrola to Modernise Pump Turbines in Spanish Hydro Plants