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Selecting Sustainability for Hydropower Designs

03/20/2014

The hydropower industry has expended tremendous effort to ensure that new projects are developed with environmental and social sustainability in mind.

Japan makes grant for Malawi's Tedzani hydropower projects

03/19/2014

A US$300 million grant from Japan to Malawi will be used for the development and construction of the Tedzani hydropower project.

Carnegie receives CEFC funds for wave energy unit development

03/19/2014

Australia's Clean Energy Finance Corporation has provided a US$18.2 million five-year loan facility to Carnegie Wave Energy Limited, marking CEFC's first foray into wave energy investment.

RusHydro consolidates hydro engineering subsidiaries

03/19/2014

JSC RusHydro's Vladimir Pekhtin, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, has been appointed General Director of JSC Institute Hydroproject and JSC Lenhydroproject as the Russian utility and hydropower project works to consolidate its hydro engineering operations.

Papua New Guinea seeks EPC contractor for 3-MW Divune hydro project

03/18/2014

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.

Australian wave energy developer completes capital raise

03/18/2014

Bombora Wave Power has successfully closed its capital funding round, the Australian marine and hydrokinetics developer has announced.

Government gives go-ahead for Nepal's 49.6-MW Super Dordi Kha hydro project

03/17/2014

Nepal's Hydropower Development Board has given clearance for the 49.6-MW Super Dordi Kha hydroelectric project.

Burundi seeks dam engineer, hydrologist, geologist to review 31.5-MW Jiji hydro project

03/17/2014

Burundi's water and electric utility invites expressions of interest from dam engineers, hydrologists and geologists to perform independent review of the proposed dam for the 31.5-MW Jiji hydroelectric project on Burundi's Jiji River.


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