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  1. Canadian developer eyes Alberta pumped-storage hydropower projects

    Canadian company Turning Point Generation has announced its plan to develop an 80 MW to 150 MW pumped-storage hydropower project in Alberta. The unnamed plant is TPG's first pumped-storage project, though one necessary, the company said, for the province's energy security. TPG has identified several of what it calls "favorable" sites and will now move head in the project's development. "This project is our most advanced, has exceptional inherent site characteristics and enjoys favorable reception from key stakeholders, including the First Nations involved," TPG official Peter Bubik said. "We believe the Alberta power market provides an economical basis for pumped-storage at this time and the market indications are showing increasingly favorable economics for pumped-storage in the future." For more news from Canada, visit here .

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    Mon, 7 Apr 2014

  2. Alberta committee prepares report on hydro development

    A report produced by the Alberta Legislature's Resource Stewardship Committee could help increase hydroelectric power in the northern part of the province, HydroWorld.com has learned.

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    Tue, 12 Mar 2013

  3. Alberta regulators begin review of Canada's 100-MW Dunvegan

    Alberta Province's regulatory review of the 100-MW Dunvegan hydroelectric project is expected to begin early this year, Canadian Hydro Developers said.

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    Wed, 3 Jan 2007

  4. Kanaskis hydro facility provides electricity for 100 years

    In recognition of its 100 years of continuous operation that have resulted in a reliable supply of clean electricity for the province of Alberta , Canada, TransAlta Corp.'s 19-MW Kananaskis facility has been added to the 2013 Hydro Hall of Fame.

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    Mon, 9 Dec 2013

  1. Studying the potential to improve performance of the Brazeau plant through turbine upgrades

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    Mon, 5 Jan 2015

  2. TransAlta pulls proposal for 100-MW Dunvegan hydropower plant

    Canada's TransAlta has rescinded its application to build the 100-MW Dunvegan hydropower plant on the Peace River, according to a letter filed this week with the Alberta Utilities Commission.

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    Wed, 21 Jan 2015

  3. Hall of Fame: Horseshoe Plant Serves the Public for 100 Years

    For the province of Alberta , Canada, the 14-MW Horseshoe hydro plant was the first step in a series of hydro developments designed to provide reliable, clean electricity to power industry and commerce. This project is the most recent inductee into the Hydro Hall of Fame.

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    Fri, 1 Jul 2011

  4. TransAlta selects Lignum Vitae for Horseshoe hydropower plant bearings

    Lignum Vitae North America has been awarded a contract to provide a water-lubricated thrust bearing for the 14-MW Horseshoe hydropower plant in Alberta .

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    Fri, 27 Sep 2013

  5. Canadian News

    Canada and Alberta officials appointed a joint federal-provincial panel to review environmental effects of the 100-MW Dunvegan hydro project proposed for the Peace River in Alberta .

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    Wed, 1 Oct 2008

  6. Canada panel to review proposal for 100-MW Dunvegan

    Canada and Alberta officials have appointed a joint federal-provincial panel to review environmental effects of the 100-MW Dunvegan hydroelectric project proposed for the Peace River in Alberta .

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    Thu, 24 Jul 2008

  7. TransCanada refines scope of large Slave River hydro project

    Two Alberta energy companies are refining the scope of a proposed hydroelectric project on the Slave River, saying it could be in the range of 1,200 to 1,300 MW.

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    Mon, 24 Mar 2008

  8. Canada environmental panel endorses 100-MW Dunvegan

    A Canadian environmental panel has concluded the 100-MW Dunvegan hydroelectric project on Alberta's Peace River is in the public interest and unlikely to significantly affect the environment.

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    Mon, 5 Jan 2009

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