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Recent Work in Fish Passage – HydroWorld

Recent Work in Fish PassageHydroWorldMoving fish past dams, particularly those that impound water for hydroelectric powerhouses, is vital to maintaining ecosystem health and adequate fish populations. Much work has gone into ensuring adequate, effectiv…

RTC upholds IPs’ right to seek info on hydro projects | SunStar – Sun.Star

RTC upholds IPs’ right to seek info on hydro projects | SunStarSun.Star… developing hydroelectric dams in various parts of the Cordillera, earlier filed the case for injunction and damages, for allegedly influencing the FPIC and “violating the exclusive rights of Hedcor as renewable energy development of Kabayan II …

Hydropower projects incur over ₹45000-cr cost overrun – Hindu Business Line

Hindu Business LineHydropower projects incur over ₹45000-cr cost overrunHindu Business LineIn response to a question in the Rajya Sabha on hydro-power generation projects running behind schedule, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Coal, Power, Renewable Energy, Mines and Steel, Piyush Goyal said that all 41 hydropower projects in the …

PLN seals deal with 53 renewable developers – Jakarta Post

Jakarta PostPLN seals deal with 53 renewable developersJakarta PostThe electricity prices of the 49 mini-hydro power plants range from 6.54 to 7.89 US cents per kilowatt hour (kWh), in accordance to the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministerial Decree N…

Climate change: Green energy solutions – Himalayan Times

Himalayan TimesClimate change: Green energy solutionsHimalayan TimesRivers originating from snowy mountains along with those which originating from the mid-hill region and Siwalik region have bountiful potential of producing hydroelectricity — 83,000 MW as said by Hari Man Singh 50 years ago. However, the …

Down the Mighty Columbia River, Where a Power Struggle Looms – New York Times

New York TimesDown the Mighty Columbia River, Where a Power Struggle LoomsNew York TimesBonneville power managers repeatedly hit the off switch on wind this year in Sherman — curtailment is the term — because too much water was coming through the dams after last winter’s huge snowpack, which in turn meant more hydroelectricity flowing …and more »

Northern Pass in-service date pushed back – The Union Leader

Northern Pass in-service date pushed backThe Union LeaderIn another submission, TDI-New England submitted two proposals, including one that would transmit hydropower from Hydro-Quebec into New England via the proposed New England Clean Power Link in Vermont. That is fully permitted and shovel-ready …Eversource and Hydro-Québec Offer Two Proposals to Clean …Business Wire (press release)all 10 news articles »