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Alstom to refurbish six Kaplan units at Riga hydropower plant in Latvia By CTBR Staff Writer
Latvian power firm Latvenergo has awarded a contract worth more than €100m to Alstom for refurbishment of six 69MW Kaplan units at the Riga hydropower plant on the Daugauva river.
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Alstom begins construction of new hydro facility in Bilbao, Spain By CTBR Staff Writer
Alstom, a manufacturer of hydroelectric energy equipment, has begun the construction on its new industrial centre in Bilbao, Spain. This new site will replace the current facility located in Valle de Trápaga (Vizcaya).
Green Power > Hydro > News Nepal gives approval to CTGI to build 750MW hydropower project By CTBR Staff Writer
The investment board of Nepal has given its permission to China Three Gorges International to build a 750MW hydropower project on the West Seti River in Doti district, which is in the north western part of the country.
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China's environment ministry blocks Yangtze River dam project
By CTBR Staff Writer
China's environment ministry has blocked the construction of a hydropower dam as it failed to clear environmental impact assessment.
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GVK synchronizes first unit of Alaknanda Hydropower project with the Northern Grid in India
By CTBR Staff Writer
India-based GVK Power & Infrastructure has synchronized the first unit of Alaknanda Hydropower with the Northern Grid and tested to generate the full rated capacity of 82.5 MW.
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Fortis completes expansion of Canada’s Waneta hydropower complex
By CTBR Staff Writer
Canadian electricity and natural gas distribution utility Fortis has successfully completed expansion of 335MW Waneta hydroelectric generating facility near Trail, British Columbia, Canada.
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Enel Green Power and Marubeni join hands to explore opportunities in Asia Pacific renewable sector
By CTBR Staff Writer
Italian renewable energy multinational Enel Green Power (EGP) and Japan-based Marubeni have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to explore business opportunities in renewable projects across Asia-Pacific region.
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Toshiba wins contract to support 308MW hydropower plant in Myanmar
By CTBR Staff Writer
Toshiba has secured a contract from Myanmar Electric Power Enterprise to supply power generators and equipment for the 308MW Upper Yeywa hydropower project.
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Lockheed Martin wins MeyGen tidal project turbine contract
By CTBR Staff Writer
Lockheed Martin has won a contract from Atlantis to build the new 1.5MW AR1500 tidal turbine for MeyGen tidal stream energy project.
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ESB
ESB is a power utility company operating in the Republic of Ireland. It operates through various business units including ESB Power Generation, ESB Customer Supply, ESB Networks, and ESB International. The company is 95% owned by the Government of Ireland. It owns and operates power stations that use a variety of fuels such as Coal, Oil, Gas & Peat to generate electricity. In addition, it operates hydro power stations and wind farms. The business activities of EASB include power generation, transmission, distribution and supply. ESB is headquartered at Dublin, Ireland.
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Tata Power closes funding for Georgian hydropower project
By CTBR Staff Writer
Tata Power has completed financial transactions for the 187MW Adjaristsqali hydroelectric projects in Georgia.
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Ethiopia to commission Gibe III hydropower plant this year
By CTBR Staff Writer
Ethiopian government is planning to commission its Gibe III hydropower plant in the second half of this year if the amount of rainfall is sufficient to fill the Gibe-Omo river basin
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Plans unveiled for world’s first tidal lagoon power project in UK
By CTBR Staff Writer
Tidal Lagoon Power is working on plans to build the world’s first tidal lagoon power project in the UK.
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