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RusHydro sells five dams of Angara cascade to EuroSibEnergo
PJSC RusHydro has completed divestment of five dams of the Angara cascade to Telmamskaya HPP (100% owned by JSC EuroSibEnergo).
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Atlantis produces first power from MeyGen tidal power project
Atlantis Resources has generated first power from the 398MW MeyGen tidal power project site in the Pentland Firth, Scotland.
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Voith to supply pump turbines for energy storage plant in Germany
By EBR Staff Writer
German based turbine manufacturer Voith has announced that it will deliver pump turbines for the Naturstromspeicher Gaildorf, a natural energy storage plant in Gaildorf, Germany.
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IRENA and ADFD launch fifth funding round for renewable energy projects
By EBR Staff Writer
The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) and the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) have launched $50m funding round for renewable energy projects in developing countries.
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Power Machines boosts capacity of hydropower unit at Finnish Nuojua HPP in Finland
A hydrogenerator modernized by Power Machines has been commissioned at Nuojua HPP in Finland, with the hydrogenerator capacity being increased from 25 MW to 34.2 MW.
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UK, Canada join hands to test marine coating
The UK’s European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC), based in Orkney, and Canada’s Fundy Ocean Research Centre for Energy (FORCE) have kicked off a joint project looking at the difference in corrosion and underwater behaviour of marine coatings either side of the Atlantic.
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Minesto to test Deep Green technology in Taiwanese tidal streams
Sweden-based marine energy technology firm Minesto has announced plans to explore the potential of its Deep Green technology in Taiwan.
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POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe: Collaboration is Core to the European Storage Opportunity
By Nigel Blackaby, POWER-GEN Europe and Renewable Energy World Europe conference director
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Toshiba to supply equipment for Nam Ou 4 hydro power plant in Laos
Toshiba has won a major order to supply three sets of 44MW hydroelectric generating equipment for the Nam Ou 4 hydro power plant in Luang Phabang Province, Laos.
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Dubai's DEWA to build 250MW hydroelectric plant
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) is planning to build a 250MW hydroelectric power station in the mountains next to the Al Hattawi dam.
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Voith to upgrade control systems of two hydropower plants in Norway
By EBR Staff Writer
Voith Hydro has secured a contract from Norwegian energy supplier Sira-Kvina kraftselskap to upgrade the control systems for two of its hydroelectric power stations.
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Australia’s Genex completes feasibility study for Kidston pumped storage project
By EBR Staff Writer
Australian firm Genex Power completed technical feasibility study of the proposed pumped storage hydro project, planned to be built in the disused Kidston gold mine in North Queensland.
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Carnegie secures $11.9m EU funding for 15MW commercial wave energy project in UK
By EBR Staff Writer
Australia's Carnegie Wave Energy has received a funding of £9.6m ($11.9m) from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) to finance its commercial wave energy project in the UK.
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CorPower Ocean secures €4m EC funding for WaveBoost project
CorPower Ocean, a developer of high efficiency wave energy converters, has been awarded a €4m grant by the European Commission (EC) for its WaveBoost project.
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Toshiba to supply five 55.6MW bulb hydro turbines to power plant in China
By EBR Staff Writer
Toshiba’s Chinese subsidiary has secured a contract to supply five 55.6-megawatt bulb hydro turbines to the Qian Wei Hydroelectric Power Plant in Leshan, Sichuan, China.
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