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Angola's National Water Directorate invites expressions of interest from consultants to develop an integrated water resources management plan for the hydropower-rich Cuanza River.
The organizers of HydroVision International 2014 are pleased to announce that Meike van Ginneken of the World Bank will participate as a keynote speaker at the upcoming conference and exhibition in Nashville, Tenn.
A US$300 million grant from Japan to Malawi will be used for the development and construction of the Tedzani hydropower project.
The World Bank invites expressions of interest from consultants to measure the benefits of international cooperation on transboundary rivers, studying the hydropower-rich Senegal River Basin as an example.
Brazil's Tocantins State invites expressions of interest from consultants to prepare a water resource plan for the Pium River Basin in Tocantins.
Papua New Guinea utility PNG Power Ltd. seeks bids for engineering procurement and construction of the 3-MW Divune hydroelectric project at Popendetta in Oro Province.
A project appraisal document submitted to the World Bank Group's executive board this week seems to conflict with earlier reports that the lending institution had changed its funding model for the Inga 3 hydropower project.
A memorandum of understanding announced this week will allow for the construction of a long-discussed small hydropower project on the Divune River in Papua New Guinea's Oro province.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and other officials attended a ceremony earlier this week that marked the official ground breaking for the 60- to 80-MW Mount Coffee hydroelectric project.
A ceremony held earlier this month marked the official commissioning of the second phase of Malawi's Kapichira hydropower project, builder China Gezhouba Group Corporation reported.