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ADB approves loan for new hydropower construction in India
23 December, 2020
A $231 million loan from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) will be used to construct the Lower Kopili Hydroelectric power plant (LKHEP) in Central Assam, India.

Early works programme starts at Kidston pumped storage
23 December, 2020
Following the news yesterday on the final investment decision for the 250MW Kidston Pumped Storage Hydro Project (K2-Hydro) in Australia, developer Genex Power has announced that it has commenced an early works programme at the project.

Untapping potential
22 December, 2020
A recent webinar looked at the prospects for hydropower development and modernisation across Central Asia and the Caspian region

Genex gives update on investment decisions for Kidston pumped storage project
22 December, 2020
The Northern Australia Infrastructure Facility (NAIF) is to provide a long-term concessional loan valued at up to $610 million to finance the 250MW Kidston Pumped Storage Hydro Project in Australia, developer Genex Power has announced.

Strabag Oman awarded new dam contracts
21 December, 2020
Strabag Oman LLC, a subsidiary of Strabag International GmbH, has been awarded contracts for two new flood protection dams in the Muscat Governorate.

En+ Group starts trading International renewable energy certificates
21 December, 2020
En+ Group has announced it has become the first energy producer and supplier in Russia permitted to trade international renewable energy certificates (I-RECs).

New guide vane for Mainskaya hydro unit
21 December, 2020
A new guide vane has been produced for unit no 3 at the Mainskaya hydropower plant in Russia, with the equipment delivered this month, Power Machines has announced.

EMEC starts independent assessment for Verdant Power’s tidal project
18 December, 2020
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has started an independent power performance assessment for Verdant Power following the deployment of three 5th Generation (Gen5) tidal stream turbines in New York City’s East River in October 2020.

RSK to buy Black & Veatch’s UK and Asia water businesses
18 December, 2020
Environmental, engineering and technical services business RSK Group Limited (RSK) is close to acquiring the Water Europe and Water Asia businesses of Black & Veatch.

Canadian Govt announce support measure for Lower Churchill Projects
18 December, 2020
The Canadian government is delaying debt and financing payments associated with the Lower Churchill Projects and is moving forward on a process for a renewed financial structure to help ensure that the projects are financially stable.

World Bank approves dam safety project in India
17 December, 2020
The World Bank has approved a $250 million project designed to improve the safety and performance of existing dams across various states of India - described as the world's largest dam management program.

Plans move forward for pumped storage scheme in Australia as agreement signed
17 December, 2020
GE Renewable Energy and BE Power have agreed to co-develop the 400MW Big-T (Cressbrook) pumped storage project in Toowoomba, Australia.

AfDB secures new donor funds to transform the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa
17 December, 2020
The African Development Bank (AfDB) has announced $90 million in new donor commitments for the Sustainable Energy Fund for Africa (SEFA) during a virtual launch event held on Monday, in which SEFA’s transformation into a Special Fund was also unveiled.

Voith to supply electro-mechanical equipment for Asahan 3, Indonesia
16 December, 2020
Mitsubishi Corporation has awarded Voith Hydro the electro-mechanical equipment contract for the 174MW Asahan 3 hydropower project in Indonesia.

Hydropower modernisation drivers in Latin America and Africa
16 December, 2020
As a mature technology, hydropower has an ageing fleet with nearly half of its global capacity more than 30 years old. This raises the importance of modernisation and delivering innovations to increase resilience and improve efficiency, write Cristina Diez Santos and María Ubierna, analysts from the International Hydropower Association (IHA).

Power transformers being replaced at En+ Group’s Krasnoyarsk project
16 December, 2020
The first of seven new power transformers at the Krasnoyarsk hydropower plant in Russia is being prepared for commissioning, En+ Group has announced. The installation works, costing over 1 billion Rubles, are part of the Group’s ‘New energy’ programme.

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