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The Indian government has approved the construction of a 300 MW hydroelectric plant in the northern state of Uttarakhand. The USD 724.3 million Lakhwad plant will be developed by Uttarakhand Jal Vidyut... - 20th December 2012
The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) in Scotland has announced an international collaboration agreement to develop a marine energy test facility in Taiwan. The agreement, involving the world-leading... - 6th December 2012
A consortium of German construction groups have been commissioned to help build a 531-megawatt hydropower plant in Chile at a cost of USD 277 million. The four-year project, to be undertaken by HOCHTIEF... - 28th November 2012
Cambodian business group, Royal Group and Chinese Hydrolancang International Energy on Monday signed a joint-venture agreement to build a 400-megawatt hydropower dam on Mekong tributary in Stung Treng... - 26th November 2012
Indian clean energy developer Greenko has acquired three more hydropower projects in Himachal Pradesh, totalling 15 MW. This brings the Hyderabad-based developer’s total generating portfolio to over 275... - 20th November 2012
The green light has been given to build a 20MW UK tidal power testing facility off the coast of the Isle of Wight. The facility will be constructed off the Island’s south coast to test tidal energy devices... - 14th November 2012
The subsidiary of a French energy firm has opened its 1,087MW hydro power plant in Brazil. GDF SUEZ, through its subsidiary Tractebel Energia, has announced the inauguration of the hydroelectric power plant... - 19th October 2012
A UK marine energy firm has completed the first tidal turbine testing programme at a new drivetrain testing at the National Renewable Energy Centre (NAREC). Firm Atlantis finished tests on its AR1000 tidal... - 15th October 2012
China and Netherlands are working together to develop what is set to be the world’s largest tidal energy scheme using a new type of marine technology. The two countries have signed an agreement to jointly... - 1st October 2012
Work to build two wave power plants is underway in China. The plants, which use a cost effective approach to harnessing wave power, are set to provide a major boost to marine energy for the BRIC country.... - 24th August 2012

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