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TVA to carry out seismic study at dam
The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) is to conduct detailed analysis and testing at the Pickwick Landing Dam after a recent inspection suggested there was a remote chance a...
MWH to work on hydro schemes in Pakistan
MWH Global has announced it has won contracts valued at $367.9 million for work on two hydropower projects in Pakistan.
Work starts on triple hydro project in Scotland
Construction work has started on a project that will see development of three separate hydro schemes near Achnacarry in the Scottish Highlands, all linked by a 9.5km private grid network.
More hydro for Angola
Five more hydroelectric projects may be built on the mid Kwanza River under plans unveiled by the Angolan Government.
Voith to equip Los Cóndores plant, Chile
Endesa Chile has awarded Voith a contract to equip the 150MW Los Cóndores hydropower plant in Chile’s Maule Region.
Alstom wins refurbishment contract at Norwegian hydro plant
Norway’s Energiselskapet Buskerud (EB) has awarded Alstom a €4 million contract to repair and refurbish the existing generator at the 25MW Døvikfoss hydro power plant.
Regulator approves PPL Montana’s plans to sell hydro facilities
Montana Public Service Commission (PSC) has given the go ahead for PPL Montana to sell its hydroelectric assets in the US state to NorthWestern Energy in a $900 million deal.
Reconstruction work to start on Nigerian hydro plants
Reconstruction work is set to start on two large hydropower schemes with a total capacity of 1.3GW in Nigeria after Mainstream Energy Solutions Ltd approved a feasibility study of...
Alstom T&D India wins contract at hydro project in Bhutan
Alstom T&D India is to supply power transformers (4x180MW) for the 720MW Mangdechhu hydroelectric project in Bhutan’s Trongsa district in a €7 million contract awarded by...
SEP launches infrastructure fund
Scottish Equity Partners (SEP) has raised £135 million for a new infrastructure fund to invest in UK-based clean energy projects, including hydropower.