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McGinn leaves renewable energy group ACORE

08/29/2013

Vice Admiral Dennis McGinn's tenure as president and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) ended today, following his unanimous confirmation by the U.S. Senate as Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, Installations and Environment before the August recess.

Stakeholders work toward relicensing 876.6-MW Keowee-Toxaway hydro project

08/29/2013

Stakeholders have signed an agreement in principle for the relicensing of Duke Energy's 867.6-MW Keowee-Toxaway hydroelectric project and already have launched the negotiating process intended to create a relicensing agreement by November.

EIB, CABEI announce Central America hydroelectric power investment program

08/28/2013

A new joint program announced by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Central American Bank for Economic Integration will allow for hydropower project investments in six Latin American countries.

Transitions

08/27/2013

Mundon joins wave developer Oscilla Power

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08/27/2013

Marseilles project development gets new backing

Perspectives: Pastrami on Rye and the Oklahoma City Thunder

08/27/2013

I have the privilege of traveling all over North America attending trade shows, conferences, symposiums and summits - meeting many of you in the process.

Brazil's EPE approves 17 hydropower projects for upcoming A-5 auction

08/27/2013

Brazil's energy research agency, Empresa de Pesquisa Energetica (EPE), has included 17 hydropower projects in its upcoming A-5 power auction.

Hydropower project operator BC Hydro seeks feedback on draft resource plan

08/26/2013

Canadian utility and hydropower project operator BC Hydro has been directed to conduct a final round of consultations on its most recent draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) with First Nation groups, key stakeholders and the public.

U.S. ambassador calls for investments in Nepalese hydroelectric power sector

08/26/2013

A recent conference call hosted by United States Ambassador to Nepal Peter Bodde is hoped to generate American interest in the south Asian country's hydroelectric power market, according to the U.S. Embassy.

Seattle passes final hurdle for FERC relicense of 1,003-MW Boundary hydro project

08/26/2013

Seattle announced it overcame the final hurdle to relicensing the 1,003.253-MW Boundary hydroelectric project with the deadline for appeals of its new Federal Energy Regulatory Commission hydropower license.

Sunbury Weir micro hydro project halted by local council

08/22/2013

Plans to install a 440 kW micro hydro project at Sunbury Weir on the River Thames have been suspended due to concerns about the developer's proposal, HydroWorld.com has learned.

Pakistani official says World Bank to support 4,500-MW Diamer Bhasha hydropower project

08/21/2013

The World Bank has agreed to provide US$14 billion for the construction of Pakistan's 4,500-MW Diamer-Bhasha hydropower project, the Kuwait News Agency has reported.

Keeping a weather eye on FERC

08/20/2013

One of my responsibilities as senior editor of the Hydro Group for PennWell is to keep the premium content subscribers on HydroWorld.com apprised with regard to hydro project activity taken by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.

IHA's Richard Taylor discusses hydroelectric power's place in upcoming World Energy Congress

08/20/2013

With the 22nd World Energy Congress less than two months away, industry leaders from around the world are set to descend on Daegu, South Korea, for a five-day forum on a global sustainable energy future.

Reclamation forecasts lower water release to Lake Mead in 2014

08/19/2013

The Bureau of Reclamation has used data projections of Lake Powell and Lake Mead reservoir elevations that a release of 7.48 million acre-feet from Lake Powell is required in water year 2014, per the 2007 Colorado River Interim Guidelines for Lower Basin Shortages and Coordinated Operations.

FERC approves third attempt to license 9-MW Enloe hydro project

08/19/2013

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved the third attempt by Okanogan County Public Utility District to license the 9-MW Enloe hydroelectric project in eastern Washington.

HydroVision Brasil extends Hydroelectric Projects of the Year nomination deadline

08/16/2013

The editors of Hydro Review and HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide magazines have extended the deadline to nominate hydropower projects for the HYdroVision Brasil 2013 Projects of the Year program.

ICOLD Annual Meeting under way in Seattle

08/15/2013

The International Commission on Large Dams is holding its 81st Annual Meeting in Seattle this week, marking the event's first return to the United States since 1988.

Hatchet Lake Denesuline First Nation to participate in Tazi Twe hydropower project environmental studies

08/14/2013

The Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency (CEAA) has allocated about US$50,000 to the Hatchet Lake Denesuline First Nation for its participation in federal environmental assessments of the proposed Tazi Twe hydroelectric project.

India's Supreme Court halts hydropower project development in Uttarakhand

08/14/2013

India's Supreme Court has prohibited central and state governments from granting any further environmental or forest clearances for hydroelectric projects in the country's northern Uttarakhand state until further notice.


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