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Plutonic, GE starts funding pact for East Toba/Montrose Creek
30 October, 2007
Canadian hydro power developer Plutonic Power Corp and GE Energy Financial Services have activated funding arrangements for construction of the 196MW East Toba/Montrose Creek scheme in British Columbia.

GE, Inepar JV plans investment boost, hydraulics lab in Brazil
15 October, 2007
A new hydraulics lab and expanded production capacity are planned in Araraquara, Sao Paulo state, Brazil, by the GE Hydro-Inepar (GEHI) joint venture.

GE Hydro restructures, builds on Inepar JV
05 October, 2007
GE Hydro plans to 'significantly' restructure its hydro power division around the joint venture with Brazilian firm Inepar, it has confirmed.

Plutonic starts to build first run-of-river schemes
19 July, 2007
Canadian run-of-river hydro developer Plutonic Power Corp has commenced preparatory construction work on its first projects in an expanding portfolio - the East Toba and Montrose Creek schemes in British Columbia.

GE Hydro sale falls through
04 July, 2007
GE Energy's deal to sell its hydro business to Pescarmona Group of Companies has fallen through.

Plutonic sees hydro build start in July
27 June, 2007
Canadian hydro developer Plutonic Power Corp has said construction will start in July on its East Toba and Montrose Creek run-of-river schemes in British Columbia.

Plutonic closes funding round, adds to planned projects
24 April, 2007
Plutonic Power Corp has completed a financing round that pulled in US$32.3M to help fund hydro plants in British Columbia, Canada, and it has made further headway in developing the run-of-river projects.

Plutonic signs agreement for East Toba/ Montrose Creek
13 March, 2007
Plutonic Power Corp has signed a basic Impact and Benefit Agreement with Sliammon First Nation to assess the proposed development of the East Toba river/ Montrose Creek project in British Columbia.

Beyond Three Gorges in China
10 January, 2007
The Three Gorges dam has attracted all the headlines but several other major hydro schemes are being developed in China that will rank in the world's top ten. But just how great a contribution can hydro make to China's rapidly growing power need? Neil Ford reports

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