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ETI approves marine energy performance project
02 November, 2009
An £8M (US$13M) project designed to produce tools capable of predicting the energy yield of major wave and tidal stream energy has been approved by the UK’s Energy Technologies Institute (ETI).

IHA 2009 Board Election: results announced
17 September, 2009
Following a record turnout, all votes have now been counted in the International Hydropower Association’s (IHA) 2009 board elections, and details of the 18 successful candidates have been released.

Start of expansion work formally marked at Iffezheim
21 July, 2009
The start of construction has been formally marked by EnBW Energie Baden-Wurttemberg for the expansion of its Iffezheim plant on the river Rhine, Germany

Town Mill Hydroelectric Installation, UK
21 July, 2009
In 2007, a major project was completed to install a micro hydroelectric system at the historical Town Mill on the River Lim in Lyme Regis, Dorset. The electricity produced at the 7kW project is used by Mill itself with the remainder sold into the National Grid.

Nam Theun 2 passes milestone with successful test of first unit
08 July, 2009
Commercial operation of the 1070MW Nam Theun 2 plant in Lao PDR is on schedule to start before the end of the year following the successful test of the first unit.

Tidal power primed for breakthrough
17 February, 2009
Can tidal power really compete with other forms of power generation? Neil Ford aims to answer this question by investigating what projects are actually being developed on a commercial basis, and detailing where future breakthroughs look likely

High storage helps EDF meet cold snap demands in France
07 January, 2009
Electricite de France (EDF) said that high storage levels in reservoirs is providing cheaper, fast response power to help counter the increased electricity demands caused by the cold snap in the country.

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