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Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan Agree to Delay Filling Nile Dam Until Deal is Reached
The three countries will try to hammer out a deal within two weeks.
Ontario Power Generation Awards $100m Contract for Hydro Plant Rebuild
Ontario Power Generation has awarded frequent contracting partner SNC-Lavalin with work on the second phase of redevelopment and repowering of the Calabogie Gen…
Moglicë Hydropower Plant in Albania Starts Delivering Electricity
Statkraft’s Moglicë hydropower plant in Albania has started commercial operations, delivering its renewable power to the Albanian grid.
Egypt Asks UN to Intervene in GERD Dam Dispute
Egypt has written to the United Nations Security Council asking it intervene in a bid to restart talks on the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam.
ANDRITZ Bags Over Euro 50 Million Equipment Contract for J&K Hydro Power Project
To provide complete electromechanical equipment for the Kilu River hydropower station in Jammu and Kashmir.
The World's First Million-Kilowatt Hydroelectric Generator Runner Completed Hoisted
The first unit runner of Baihetan Hydropower Station completed hoisting.
Hard Negotiations in Progress Over Feed-in Tariff for Sahofika Dam in Madagascar
In Madagascar, the government is taking every precaution to determine an optimal buyout price for the production of the Sahofika hydroelectric power station.
Hydropower CEOs Say Sustainable Hydro can Help Covid-19 Recovery Efforts
Hydropower needs to be included in economic stimulus packages for renewables to help aid Covid-19 recovery efforts.
China Dongfang Electric Wons the Tanzania Hydroelectric Combination
The hydropower equipment contract has refreshed the largest export of hydropower equipment previously created by Dongfang Electric to China.
NTPC Kameng Project's First 150 MW unit Commercially Operational
State-run power giant NTPC on Wednesday said the first 150 MW unit of its Kameng hydropower project is commercially operational.
China Gezhouba Group Wins $1.62bn Contract for Indonesian Hydro Plant
State-owned construction company China Gezhouba Group has signed a $1.62bn deal to construct a 1.2GW hydroelectric power plant in Indonesia.
Nigeria's Power Generation Falls to 2,943MW as 10 Plants Remain Idle
Darkness persisted across several parts of the country on Sunday as 10 power plants sat idle.
Increase Climate Resilience of African Hydropower – IEA
To increase the continent's resilience to climate change, hydropower is needed.
China's Wudongde Hydropower Station Dam Project was Completed
The seventh largest in the world and the fourth largest hydropower station in China-the dam project of Wudongde Hydropower Station was Completed.
India Overtakes Japan as the Fifth Largest Hydropower Generator in the World: IHA Report
The report said India added over 154 MW of hydropower capacity in 2019, a 25% annual increase.