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Viewpoints from the Board Room: Black & Veatch

03/20/2014

Steve Edwards - the new chairman, president, and chief executive officer of global engineering, consulting and construction firm Black & Veatch - discusses what he sees coming in the future of the hydropower industry globally and the role he sees Black & Veatch playing in that future.

HRW Briefings

03/20/2014

News on the global hydroelectric industry from March-April 2014

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.

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Santo Antonio, Jirau hydroelectric plants under fire as Madeira River floods

03/12/2014

Flooding in Brazilian state Rondonia has caused the country's federal court to order new environmental impact studies for the 3,568-MW Santo Antonio and 3,750-MW Jirau hydroelectric projects.

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Brazil state seeks water resource plan for Pium River Basin

03/12/2014

Brazil's Tocantins State invites expressions of interest from consultants to prepare a water resource plan for the Pium River Basin in Tocantins.

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Brazil state seeks two basin water resource plans

03/04/2014

Brazil's Bahia State invites expressions of interest from consultants to prepare water resource plans for the Verde and Jacare River Basin and for the Itapicuru River Basin in Bahia.

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Hatch names new global director of renewable power

02/27/2014

Engineering consulting firm Hatch has selected Mario Marchese as its new global director of renewable power.

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Peru gives go-ahead to 600-MW Chadin 2 hydropower plant

02/21/2014

Peru's government has given its approval to an environmental impact study conducted by developer Odebrecht Energia for its 600-MW Chadin 2 hydropower project.

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