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Easing erosion
13 December, 2005
A major rehabilitation project was undertaken at the 350MW Svartisen hydroelectric plant after high levels of silt caused severe erosion to the facility’s turbine

Group dynamics
21 November, 2005
An interdisciplinary research group has been created at the Lulea University of Technology to help develop new methods in design, operation and maintenance of hydro power equipment

Southeast Asia turns back to hydro
10 November, 2005
After a period of uncertainty, hydroelectricity is once again being embraced by Southeast Asia, writes Neil Ford

GE opens Chinese hydro power facility
31 October, 2005
GE Energy has opened a new hydro power manufacturing, engineering and service centre in Hangzhou, China.

GE Energy to supply turbines for new plant
15 September, 2005
GE Energy has been selected as the turbine and generator unit supplier for a new 195MW hydroelectric power plant in Sichuan Province, China.

Simulation software
25 July, 2005
Computational fluid dynamics software is being used by researchers to accurately simulate the position and pressure fluctuations of a draft tube rope in a hydro plant

To a higher degree in Sweden
22 July, 2005
Dr. Michel Cervantes describes how the need for more skilled professionals in the hydroelectric sector led to the formation of the Hydro Power Engineering Masters Programme at Luleå University of Technology, Sweden

GE to upgrade two Panama plants
16 May, 2005
AES Panama has awarded a contract to GE Energy to upgrade two hydroelectric plants, adding a total of 12MW to Panama's grid.

GE supplies new Guatemala plant
08 February, 2005
The new El Canadá power station, featuring equipment supplied and installed by GE Energy, is now in operation at Municipalidad de Zunil, Quetzaltenango, Guatemala.

Chinese plant to receive GE equipment
05 January, 2005
The Muzuo hydr opower plant, in the Chinese province of Sichuan, will use two 50MW Francis hydro turbines supplied by GE Energy.

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