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Seqwater seeks engineering partners for major dam upgrades in Queensland

Seqwater has opened Expressions of Interest (EOI) for Engineering Service Providers to partner on its Dam Improvement Program. This program…

Patriot Hydro selects Natel for feasibility study on FishSafe retrofits at Garvins Falls

Natel Energy announced the start of a feasibility study for Patriot Hydro to retrofit the Garvins Falls Hydropower Project with…

Senqu Bridge construction reaches key milestone at Lesotho Highlands Water Project Phase II

The construction of the Senqu Bridge, part of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) Phase II, marked a significant milestone…

EIB to assess feasibility of new pumped storage plants in Bulgaria

The European Investment Bank (EIB) will assist Bulgaria’s national electricity company, Natsionalna Elektricheska Kompania EAD (NEK), in developing two large…

Ituango hydroelectric project receives silver sustainability certification

Empresas Públicas de Medellín (EPM)’s Ituango hydroelectric project, with a capacity of 2.4GW, has earned the Silver certification from the…

How grey swans and butterfly effects challenge dam and hydropower management

Predictive surprise and natural variability in hydrology and climate have begun to overwhelm those who manage and operate hydraulic infrastructures, and water and hydropower resources, but flexible, science-based, and data-driven planning can help manage disaster risks and ensure progress. Auroop R. Ganguly explains why dam and hydropower managers need to urgently account for the swan and butterfly effects.

Work progresses at Suki Kinari hydropower project, Pakistan

The Suki Kinari hydropower Project has reached a significant milestone with the completion of the first stage of reservoir impoundment…

Snowy 2.0 TBM Florence halted by hard rock

High pressure water jets are being used to clear rock from the shield of the Snowy 2.0 tunnel boring machine…

DOE allocates funds for hydropower and marine energy research

The US Department of Energy’s Water Power Technologies Office (WPTO) has announced funding of over $1.7 million for research and…

Scottish firms to decommission OpenHydro tidal turbine in Orkney

Ocean Kinetics and Green Marine (UK) have formed a Joint Venture Partnership to decommission OpenHydro’s tidal turbine energy platform in…