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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.
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.
Changes to the Tokwe-Mukosi Dam's design made more than a decade ago could have contributed to the flaws that have caused the displacement thousands of families earlier this year.
The World Bank invites expressions of interest from technical, environmental and electricity market consultants to advance development of the 400- to 1,000-MW Sounda Gorge hydroelectric project in the Congo Republic (CR).
Brazil's Bahia State invites expressions of interest from consultants to prepare water resource plans for the Verde and Jacare River Basin and for the Itapicuru River Basin in Bahia.
Global technology group Andritz has been award a contract to supply electromechanical equipment for Angola's 2,070-MW Luaca hydropower plant.
The West African Power Pool (WAPP) invites expressions of interest from consultants to update a feasibility study and determine the best technical option for developing the 515-MW Souapiti hydroelectric project in Guinea.
A hydro development company established by Burundi, Rwanda and Tanzania invites applications to become managing director of the 80-MW Rusumo hydroelectric project, to be built on Africa's Kagera River.
Officials from Langlee Wave Power and the Tenerife Island Council have signed an agreement to promote wave energy development off the coast of the Spanish island.
The government of Madagascar invites expressions of interest from consultants to study electrification of rural areas through development of renewable energy including hydropower.