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US and Chinese firms to build 10MW ocean thermal energy power plant

US and Chinese firms are working together to develop a world leading ocean thermal energy power plant.

French firm to supply tech for 220MW hydropower plant in Brazil

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.

Swiss UHVDC tech to develop world leading 1,670km hydropower link in China

Swiss transformer technology is being used to develop the world's highest power link to supply hydropower across China.

Indian firm to add 425MW of hydropower plants to BRIC country

Indian clean energy projects developer Greenko has announced it will add six new run-of-river hydropower plants totalling 425MW to its active development pipeline.

BRIC and Canadian firms join up for hydropower projects to create tech transfer opportunities for industry

Energy firms from Canada and Russia have joined together to start a series of research and development projects in hydropower technology.

Hydropower leads installed capacity in Brazil by 66%, says report

More than 65 per cent of installed renewable energy capacity in Brazil is from hydropower, according to a report.

India’s Tata Group to invest in 400MW hydropower project in Georgia

India’s Tata Group looks to invest in a 400MW hydroelectric power project in Georgia, according to reports. The news comes after meetings with the Black Sea country’s billionaire Prime Minister Bidzina Ivanishvili, including in Davos, Switzerland.

Tidal power turbine set for Canada

A marine energy firm is set to boost developments for tidal power in Canada.

Chile and Finland to cooperate on renewables

Chilean and Finnish companies have a signed an agreement to further develop each other’s renewable energy technologies.

German firm to modernise hydropower plants in Brazil and China totalling €185m

A German engineering firm is to modernise hydropower stations in Brazil and China in a project worth more than EUR 180m. Voith has received major orders for the modernisation of four hydropower plants in the two BRIC countries.


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