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Voith Hydro Canada to start mechanical installation at Riel Converter Station
Voith Hydro Canada and Stuart Olson Industrial Constructors are getting ready for the mechanical installation process at the Riel Converters Station, which is under construction in Southern Manitoba.
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Madison Paper to sell North American hydro power facilities to Eagle Creek
Madison Paper Industries has agreed to sell its hydro power facilities in North America to Eagle Creek Renewable Energy, a hydroelectric power producer from New Jersey.
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Scotrenewables’s SR2000 floating tidal turbine reaches peak power
By CTBR Staff Writer
Scotrenewables Tidal Power has revealed that its new floating tidal turbine has achieved full rated power at the European Marine Energy Centre in Orkney, Scotland.
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EC-OG starts operating Subsea Power Hub unit in Scotland
EC-OG has switched on the Subsea Power Hub (SPH) for the first time and noted that it is now fully operational.
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Innergex starts operations at 81.4MW Upper Lillooet River hydroelectric facility in Canada
Innergex Renewable Energy has started commercial operations at the 81.4MW Upper Lillooet River hydroelectric facility located in British Columbia in Canada.
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EC-OG, EMEC sign up to test Subsea Power Hub
EC-OG has signed up to test its Subsea Power Hub (SPH) at the European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC).
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Penguin wave energy starts generating electricity in UK
Wello’s Penguin wave energy converter (WEC) has started generating electricity and is transmitting to the national grid off the west coast of Orkney, UK.
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New study outlines Russia’s potential to quadruple renewable energy by 2030
By CTBR Staff Writer
Russia with an abundance of all clean energy sources has the potential to increase its renewable energy share four times by 2030, according to a new report from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA).
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Rye Development receives FERC license for Allegheny Lock and Dam 2 Hydropower Project
Rye Development has received license from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) for the Allegheny 2 Hydroelectric Project, a 17MW facility, located on the Allegheny No. 2 Lock and Dam owned by the US Army Corps of Engineers.
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Global renewable energy generation capacity expanded by 161GW in 2016, says IRENA
A report released by the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) showed that the global renewable energy generation capacity increased by 161GW last year.
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GE to supply six 500MW hydro generators for Liang He Kou hydro plant in China
By CTBR Staff Writer
GE Renewable Energy has been awarded a $56m contract to supply six 500MW hydro generators and auxiliary equipment for the 3GW Liang He Kou hydropower facility in China.
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Atlantis secures contract for 150MW tidal power project in Indonesia
Atlantis has signed a deal with SBS INTL to supply tidal turbines, engineering, services and equipment for 150MW tidal stream array in Lombok, Indonesia.
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DCNS Energies, PT AIR partner to develop roadmap for tidal energy in Indonesia
DCNS Energies and PT AIR have signed a letter of intent to develop a roadmap for engineering, industrial and commercial ramp-up of tidal energy industry in Indonesia.
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Andritz Hydro to modernize Dnipro 1 hydropower station in Ukraine
By CTBR Staff Writer
Austrian company Andritz Hydro has secured a contract of nearly €60m from Ukrhydroenergo for the modernization of the 1.6GW Dnipro 1 hydropower station in Ukraine.
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Ireland's Ulster University secures grant for renewable energy research
Ulster University has received a research grant of £633,044 to undertake a major study on safeguarding the security and stability of renewable energy supply across the island of Ireland.
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