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Using an ROV to Repair a Leaking Surge Shaft

10/10/2014

Excess seepage revealed during routine monitoring of the 1,020 MW Tala powerhouse and dam led to the use of a remotely operated vehicle to both find and repair the source of the leakage.

Commissioning a Himalayan Medium-Head Hydropower Project: The Chamera lll Experience

10/09/2014

Chamera III is a recently commissioned hydroelectric plant located in Himachal Pradesh, India. It was quite challenging to conceptualize, design, manufacture, install and commission within schedule.

Reaching for Turkey's Hydropower Summit

10/08/2014

Turkey continues to present opportunities for hydropower development

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10/08/2014

News on the global hydroelectric industry from September-October 2014

Viewpoint: Editor's note on the growth in renewable capacity

10/08/2014

More than a fifth of the world's electrical power production now comes from renewable sources, and in 2013 renewables accounted for more than 56% of all net additions to global power capacity.

Black & Veatch opens hydropower center in Singapore

10/03/2014

U.S.-based engineering and construction company Black & Veatch announced the opening of a Hydropower Centre of Excellence in Singapore to provide hydroelectric engineering and construction services in Southeast Asia.

U.S. seeks financial adviser for Pakistan's 4,500-MW Diamer Bhasha hydro project

10/02/2014

The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) seeks bids to provide financial advisory services to the government of Pakistan for Pakistan's proposed 4,500-MW Diamer Bhasha hydroelectric project on the Indus River.

Voith to equip hydro projects 695-MW Keeyask in Canada, 46.6-MW Rajamandala in Indonesia

10/01/2014

Units of Voith Hydro have received contracts to equip the 695-MW Keeyask hydroelectric project in Canada and the 46.6-MW Rajamandala hydro project in Indonesia.

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