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Reparan turbina de EBY Argentina.- Sin inconvenientes entró nuevamente en operación desde el miércoles 18 de agosto la turbina número 3 de la central hidroeléctrica de Yacyretá, según reporte del Departamento Técnico de la Entidad Binacional. El informe oficial señala que durante el proceso de reparación y mantenimiento de las unidades 3 y 20, no se dejaron de cumplir con los compromisos contraídos por la Entidad Binacional Yacyretá en el suministro de energía a Paraguay y Argentina. (20/08/10)
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China to build Ecuador's largest hydropower station PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por People´s Daily   
Sábado 10 de Octubre de 2009 00:00

Ecuador government signed agreement with China corporation

At the beginning of the negotiationsSinohydro Corporation recently signed a formal agreement with the government of Ecuador in Quito, the capital city of Ecuador, to construct a two billion U.S. dollar Coca Codo Sinclair (CCS) hydropower project, the largest hydropower station in Ecuador.

Upon completion, the project, which is located on the Amazon River, will have a total installed capacity of 1,500 MW of hydroelectric power and an annual power output of 8.8 billion kWh. The Export-Import Bank of China will finance 1.7 billion U.S. dollars for the project and the government of Ecuador will finance the remaining 300 million U.S. dollars.

Read more project information at our  Hydro Data Base: PHp Coca Codo Sinclair(spanish)

 
Feature: Turkish hydropower pioneer finds success in partnership with China PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por iStockAnalyst   
Domingo 30 de Agosto de 2009 00:00

China also export hydro equipment

Gorna Arda hydro plantANKARA, Aug. 30, 2009 (Xinhua News Agency) -- "They are all my babies," said Ahmet Cemal Bafli, General Coordinator of Bereket Energy Production Inc., pointing to the white dam over the blue waters of the Dalaman River.

The 7.5-megawatt hydropower plant is among the first five projects of Bereket Energy, Turkey's first private hydroelectricity producer. For Bafli, they are not only his first "babies" but also a good start of his decade-long cooperation with Chinese exporters.

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Talks under way for huge power project PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por The Press Republican   
Sábado 01 de Agosto de 2009 00:00

Need for huge hidro project

The Dalles Dam in Oregonby Denise Raymo

PLATTSBURGH — Another large-scale, international hydropower project is in negotiations between the New York Power Authority and Canadian entities.

Importing cheap power from Canada would lower electric bills throughout the state, including customers of the municipal departments in Plattsburgh, Rouses Point and Tupper Lake.

New York Power Authority President and Chief Executive Officer Richard Kassel met recently with the Press-Republican Editorial Board to outline his agency’s plan to “do the biggest energy project in the state since the St. Lawrence/Robert Moses power project 50 year ago.”

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U.S. House endorses $40 million for DOE hydro research PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por Hydro Review   
Lunes 20 de Julio de 2009 00:00

Hydroelectric Plant of  We EnergiesWASHINGTON 7/20/09 (PennWell) -- The U.S. House has endorsed a $33.3 billion energy and water appropriations bill that includes spending $40 million on the Department of Energy's hydropower research and development program.

Although the House Appropriations Committee approved spending only $30 million on hydro R&D for the 2010 budget year that begins Oct. 1,, Rep. Candice Miller, R-Mich., successfully amended the bill in floor action July 17, 2009, to add $10 million. (HydroWorld 7/9/09) That brought funding for the line item back up to $40 million, the amount appropriated by Congress for the current year.

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NHA Praises Secretary Chu's Vision for Hydropower PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por PressRelasePoint   
Miércoles 01 de Julio de 2009 00:00

DOE Investment will spur development in key water power technologies

Bella foto artística de una casa de máquinas PHWashington, D.C. (June 30, 2009) – The following is a statement from National Hydropower Association Executive Director Linda Church Ciocci reacting to today's announcement that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) will invest up to $32 million this year to expand the country's hydropower resources:

"The National Hydropower Association welcomes Secretary Chu's announcement today that DOE will invest $32 million in Recovery Act funding to increase efficiency and reduce environmental impact at existing non-federal hydropower facilities. This is a mark of the vision and insight the Secretary and other DOE officials are showing when it comes to building our national clean-energy mix.

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Reparan turbina de EBY

Reparan turbina de EBY

Argentina.- Sin inconvenientes entró nuevamente en operación desde el miércoles 18 de agosto la turbina número 3 de la central hidroeléctrica de Yacyretá, según reporte del Departamento Técnico de la Entidad Binacional.

El informe oficial señala que durante el proceso de reparación y mantenimiento de las unidades 3 y 20, no se dejaron de cumplir con los compromisos contraídos por la Entidad Binacional Yacyretá en el suministro de energía a Paraguay y Argentina. (20/08/10)


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