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Bank seeks reforestation study for 108-MW Dariali hydro project in Georgia

07/23/2014

The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) invites expressions of interest from consultants to perform a technical assessment and feasibility study of a reforestation plan for the 108-MW Dariali hydroelectric project in Georgia.

Oh How Far We've Come!

07/21/2014

As HydroVision International, the world's largest hydropower event, celebrates 20 years, we take a look back to see how far it's come and learn some of the factors that have contributed to its success.

Armstrong finances NKE, IDE for small hydropower development in Indonesia

07/21/2014

Asian financial firm Armstrong Asset Management has announced its plan to spend up to US$22.5 million in developing and operating a 50 MW portfolio of mini-hydroelectric power plants in Indonesia.

Royal HaskoningDHV, TIRASA developming four small hydro projects in Indonesia

07/17/2014

Dutch consultancy Royal HaskoningDHV is developing four mini hydropower projects along Indonesia's Merawu River that will add a cumulative capacity of about 15.6 MW to the country's grid.

Trans-Asia receives service contract for three Filipino hydropower projects

07/14/2014

The Philippine Department of Energy has awarded service contracts for thee hydropower project developments to the Trans-Asia Oil and Energy Development Corporation, according to a disclosure filed with the Philippine Stock Exchange.

Mibugawa announces new small hydropower project for Fukushima

07/14/2014

Mibugawa Power and its wholly-owned subsidiary, Marubeni, have begun construction of a 175 kW small hydropower project in Fukushima Prefecture's Minami Aisu County.

Hydro technology supplier JHP signs exclusive import deal with China's Tianjin Tianfa

07/11/2014

A recently signed deal between California-based importer JHP & Associates Inc. and Chinese manufacturer Tianjin Tianfa gives North American hydropower project developers a new option for components and equipment.

Now accepting abstracts for HydroVision Russia 2015

07/10/2014

The advisory board of HydroVision Russia is pleased to announce that it is now accepting abstracts for the 2015 conference program.


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