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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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Canada: A major hydroelectric project in northern Ontario PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por Instalbiz   
Lunes 06 de Septiembre de 2010 00:00

Ontario Power Generation - Hydroelectric PlantThe first major hydroelectric project will enable the production of power for its own population in northern Ontario and will create up to 800 construction jobs.

Works on the OPG's hydroelectric project (Ontario Power Generation) started, involving already 300 people on site.

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Why has hydropower become a leading source of renewable energy? PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por L. B. Woodgate   
Viernes 20 de Agosto de 2010 00:00

Hydropower or the Power of WaterSixty seven percent of the earth’s surface is covered by water that has the force of currents, tides and waves which can be transferred as energy to supply many of the electrical grid systems in countries around the world.  The more traditional sources of energy, like coal and oil, are not only becoming more dangerous to extract but oil resources are depleting and can no longer meet the growing energy needs of the world while coal continues to pose greater safety risks for miners and their families and is environmentally destructive as mountain top mining destroys animal habitats and removes tons of trees that transfer CO2 to oxygen.  Both sources of fossil fuels are being found by a growing body of evidence that the green house  gases they emit are contributing to a rapid warming of the globe and fostering climate changes that threaten the planet’s ecosystems and their species.

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Paris Romances Hydroelectric Power, Looks to Install Turbines in Seine PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por Daily Tech   
Jueves 01 de Julio de 2010 00:00

City wants to spread renewable energy awareness

River Seine with hydrokinetic turbinesFrance (Paris).- The historical Seine River in Paris will receive an installment of eight turbines underneath the city's bridges in an effort to raise energy from river currents.

A majority of the machinery used to harness the currents will be underwater with the exception of some modern hydro-mill prototypes that will be placed above water. According to Paris authorities, the addition of the turbines is intended to raise awareness of renewable energy more so than power the city. So far, Paris has already begun installing mini-windmills on buildings and also heating the buildings with water from underground springs.

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Construction begins on Holtwood hydropower project expansion PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por HydroWorld   
Viernes 30 de Abril de 2010 00:00

Holtwood hydroelectric plant HOLTWOOD, Pa., U.S. 4/30/10 (PennWell) -- Construction is under way on a US$434 million expansion of the 108-MW Holtwood hydropower plant on Pennsylvania’s Susquehanna River.

Preliminary construction of a new powerhouse began in January 2010. The project, which will add 125 megawatts of capacity, is expected to be completed in the spring of 2013.

The 100-year-old Holtwood plant is owned and operated by Allentown, Pa.-based PPL Corp. The plant was placed into service in October 1910.

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Energy wind and hydro-power in Portugal PDF Imprimir Correo electrónico
Escrito por euronews   
Martes 06 de Abril de 2010 00:00

A clean energy project

Hydro and Wind Power: clean energy projectsPortugal (Lisboa) (*) : A huge hydro-electric power plant 250 kms south-east of Lisbon in Portugal uses Alstom technology to combine and store wind and hydro energies. This plant has a capacity of 260 megawatts and supplies energy to 175,000 households. The reduction in CO2 emissions is the equivalent to removing 185,000 cars from the road.

The upper reservoir is the biggest in Europe: 85 km long with a surface of 250 square kilometres.

During the day water falls into the lower reservoir, moving the turbines and producing electricity. But at night – when energy consumption falls – the turbine uses wind energy to pump water back into the upper reservoir so that the cycle can continue the next day without significant water loss.

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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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