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Coillte seeks partners to develop 1GW renewable energy projects in Ireland
By CTBR Staff Writer
Ireland’s state-owned forestry company Coillte is looking for partnership and/or joint venture models to develop more than 1GW of renewable energy projects in the country.
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Lower Burdekin Water saves on power bills
Lower Burdekin Water (LBW) in Australia, has reduced its power bill at one one of the pump stations by $20,000 a year after it implemented the findings of an Energy Savers Program audit.
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Queensland government to go ahead with plans to build Burdekin Falls Dam
The Government of Queensland has concluded a feasibility study suggesting that the Burdekin Falls Dam can secure energy and support jobs in the North Queensland region.
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OPG announces turbine refurbishment for Ranney Falls Generation Station in Canada
Ontario Power Generation (OPG) has announced the refurbishment at its Ranney Falls Generating Station (GS) by replacing the smallest generator with a new 10MW unit, which will more than double the station's capacity.
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Hull Street to acquire nine hydro power plants from Eversource for $83m
By CTBR Staff Writer
US private equity firm Hull Street Energy has signed an agreement to purchase nine hydroelectric plants in New Hampshire from Eversource for $83m through a special purpose affiliate.
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ADB, Vanuatu sign deals for $15.1m project to increase renewable energy production
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the Vanuatu government have signed agreements for a $15.1m project to increase production of renewable energy and improve energy access in the islands of Malekula and Espiritu Santo.
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Voith presents concept for smart hydropower
German engineering company Voith is showcasing its range of products and services at HYDRO 2017.
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GCF clears $110m allocation to EBRD’s Kazakhstan Renewables Framework
By CTBR Staff Writer
The Green Climate Fund (GCF) has approved $110m allocation to the Kazakhstan Renewables Framework of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) for the construction and operation of renewable energy projects.
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Dong Energy changes name to Orsted
After the recent divestment from upstream oil and gas production, Dong Energy has proposed to change its name to Orsted, instead.
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Engie wins €950m contracts for two hydro power plants in Brazil
Private power producer Engie Group has won concession contracts from the Brazilian government for two hydro power projects.
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Morlais scheme receives £4.5m financial support in UK
Morlais Tidal Energy Project has received a funding of £4.5m from the EU and Welsh government to further develop the proposed project off of Anglesey in North Wales.
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BluEarth completes acquisition of 85MW renewable energy projects in Canada
By CTBR Staff Writer
BluEarth Renewables, a Calgury, Canada-based renewable energy producer has completed the acquisition of four renewable energy projects, which have a combined capacity of 85MW, from Veresen.
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EMEC produces world's first tidal-powered hydrogen
By CTBR Staff Writer
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has produced hydrogen gas by using electricity generated from tidal energy at Orkney archipelago in Scotland.
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EES completes modernisation of Gondo hydropower plant in Switzerland
By CTBR Staff Writer
Energie Electrique du Simplon (EES), a subsidiary of Alpiq has completed the modernisation of Gondo hydropower plant In Simplon region in Switzerland.
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Scotrenewables 2MW floating tidal generator powers Orkney grid in Scotland
Scotrenewables Tidal Power has achieved significant power outputs at its ongoing testing of its 2MW floating tidal generator, the SR2000, at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Orkney, Scotland.
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