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Japan's Mitsui to sell stake in First Hydro to Brookfield Renewable Partners Japanese conglomerate Mitsui has entered into an agreement with Brookfield Renewable Partners to sell its 25% stake in First Hydro for a consideration of JPY5bn ($44.7m).
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BC Hydro rebuilding damaged transmission towers in Cache Creek BC Hydro crews continue to repair and rebuild electrical infrastructure damaged by the wildfires in the South and Central Interior.
Power Generation > Hydro > News New mini hydro plants delivering power for Melbourne Five new Melbourne Water mini hydroelectric power plants have arrived at their new homes at Dandenong, Wantirna, Mount Waverley, Boronia and Cardinia Creek and they are already putting power back into the grid.​
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BC Hydro rebuilding damaged transmission towers in Cache Creek
BC Hydro crews continue to repair and rebuild electrical infrastructure damaged by the wildfires in the South and Central Interior.
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New mini hydro plants delivering power for Melbourne
Five new Melbourne Water mini hydroelectric power plants have arrived at their new homes at Dandenong, Wantirna, Mount Waverley, Boronia and Cardinia Creek and they are already putting power back into the grid.​
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SNAP-Magat's 8.5MW hydropower plant ready for operations this November
SN Aboitiz Power's (SNAP) 8.5MW run-of-rive hydropower project on the Magat river, located in the Philippines in Ramon, Isabela, is all set to start its commercial operations this November.
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Global energy investment fell for a second year in 2016 as oil and gas spending continues to drop
Global energy investment fell by 12% in 2016, the second consecutive year of decline, as increased spending on energy efficiency and electricity networks was more than offset by a continued drop in upstream oil and gas spending, according to the International Energy Agency’s annual World Energy Investment report.
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Atlantis Resources reconnects two MeyGen turbines to grid
Tidal power company Atlantis Resources said two Andritz Hydro Hammerfest turbines have been reinstalled and reconnected to resume operations at its MeyGen project in Scotland, with a third to follow in August.
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