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Italy’s Impregilo to lead construction of Sogamoso hydro project in Colombia
BOGOTA, Colombia -- A consortium led by Italy’s Impregilo receives a contract to build state-run Isagen’s Sogamoso hydroelectric project in Colombia, Impregilo reported. For more information, click here.
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New Development
Robinson video
Featured video of the week
Video: An address by Mark Robinson, former director of the Office of Energy Projects, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, FERC
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Hidroenergia organizers extend deadline for abstracts, announce prize
BRUSSELS, Belgium -- Organizers of Hidroenergia 2010, The International Congress and Exhibition on Small Hydropower, announce they are still accepting abstracts for papers and that a prize will be awarded to a winning project.
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Alstom offers ALSPA Series 6 technology in North America
LEVALLOIS-PERRET, France -- Alstom’s Energy Management Business is offering its Series 6 suite of power plant control and automation technology to the North American market, the company reported. For more information, click here.
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China IPO
China Hydroelectric Corporation files initial public offering
BEIJING, China -- China Hydroelectric Corporation plans to sell American depository shares in an initial public offering, with the intent to use proceeds to acquire hydroelectric assets in China. For more information, click here.
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Technology & Equipment
Canada’s Fort Chicago to acquire New York hydroelectric project
CALGARY, Alberta, Canada -- Fort Chicago Energy Partners enter into a purchase agreement to buy the 33-MW Northbrook hydro facility in New York, Fort Chicago announced.
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G.M. Shrum unit
Repairing a Failed Turbine: The Story of Returning G.M. Shrum Unit 3 to Service
When a major failure occurred in Unit 3 at G.M. Shrum, BC Hydro used innovative repair methods to get the unit back on line in just 14 months.
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In Focus
Hydro Alternative Energy buys Water Power Technologies
BOCA RATON, Fla. -- Hydro Alternative Energy Inc. has acquired Water Power Technologies LLC, giving it the licensing rights to patent-pending technology.
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Tech Notes: Brazil water, electric agencies cooperate on hydro studies
Brazil's water and electricity regulatory agencies are working together to streamline hydraulic basin studies for hydroelectric projects.
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Ocean waves
Wave and tidal power growing slowly, steadily
TULSA, Okla. -- Proponents of wave and tidal power have compared the state of this field of the renewable energy sector with the early days of wind power. The technology has great potential but still must prove itself before it can be widely deployed.
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