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Hydro firms in France and Russia are working together to upgrade hydro power plants in the south of the BRIC country. Russia hydro firm RusHydro and France company Alstom have signed two agreements, which... - 24th June 2013
A France firm has added 110MW of hydro technology to a project in an India district where three other hydro power plants are being developed. The India arm of Alstom, which has headquarters in Levallois-... - 20th June 2013
A hydroelectric power project in China has won a US innovation award for cutting costs in plant design and construction. HydroChina Zhongnan Engineering Corporation, a leading company in the planning,... - 19th June 2013
A China hydro subsidiary has been selected to supply turbine technology totalling 80MW for a hydro power plant bordering the BRIC country. Toshiba Hydro Power in China, which is a subsidiary of Toshiba... - 13th June 2013
A Chinese university has announced it plans to test a tidal power turbine as part of a marine energy initiative headed in the EU. At an international Executive Committee meeting of Portugal based group... - 31st May 2013
Plans to build the world's largest wave energy array in Scotland are underway after the government gave full content to the development team. Marine energy firm Aquamarine Power has received full consent... - 23rd May 2013
A leading US firm has been selected to supply its pumping technology for a 1000MW "first-of-a-kind" hydropower plant in India. The power conversion business sector of GE, which has headquarters in the US,... - 3rd May 2013
The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is investing USD 30m to support the construction of a 100MW hydropower plant in India. ADB is investing in NSL Renewable Power Private (NRPPL), a leading renewable energy... - 1st May 2013
US and Chinese firms are working together to develop a world leading ocean thermal energy power plant. Lockheed Martin, a global security and aerospace company with headquarters in Maryland, US, is... - 19th April 2013
French firm Alstom Renewable Power has been selected by Energias do Brazil to supply all electromechanical equipment to Cachoeira Caldeirão, a 220MW hydro plant in the BRIC country. Energias do Brazil is a... - 18th April 2013

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