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    Bank seeks consultants to study off-grid small hydropower model for Pakistan


    The World Bank's International Finance Corp. (IFC) invites expressions of interest from consultants to recommend a business model for development of off-grid small hydropower projects in Pakistan.

    ERC approves SNAP-Benguet's 125.8-MW Binga hydropower project upgrades


    The Philippines' Energy Regulatory Commission (ERC) has granted a certificate of compliance to SN Aboitiz Power-Benguet for the operation of all four turbine units at the 125.8-MW Binga hydropower plant.

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    Old and New Hydro Lighting up Development


    Rightly renowned for its longevity, hydropower's deserved reputation is in no small way based on its many, many years of unwavering and ever reliable service.

    Viewpoints from the Board Room: Voith Hydro CEO Roland Münch


    By David Appleyard
    Hydropower is a modern form of energy generation with great potential for expansion, says Roland Münch with Voith Hydro Holding GmbH & Co. KG. He would like to see the legal framework change to show more support of hydropower in the overall generation mix.

    India extends bidding for modernization of 690-MW Salal hydro project


    India's NHPC Ltd. seeks bids for renovation and modernization of the 690-MW Salal hydroelectric project in Jammu & Kashmir State.

    Pakistan renews solicitation for EPC construction of 300-kW Winder Dam



    Pakistan's Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) seeks bids for civil construction and steel work of 300-kW Winder Dam on an engineering-procurement-construction (EPC) basis.

    Developer moves ahead with Vietnam's 5-MW Ea K'Tour small hydro project


    A 5-MW small hydropower plant is undergoing the final steps before construction begins in China's Chu Yang Sin National Park, despite opposition from some in the Dak Lak Province.

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