hydropower

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hydropower

[′hī·drə‚pau̇·ər]
(electricity)
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While one hundred and six hydro power projects are underway which will be completed within next two months.
The anger protesters said that 106 MW Golain hydro power project is under construction at their village for the last 15 years and they were badly affected by this construction work.
Commenting on the successful deployment, Takao Konishi, Vice President of the Thermal & Hydro Power Systems & Services Div.
To date it has completed 4 hydro power projects totaling 105 MW, namely Malakand III 81 MW, Pehur, Swabi 18 MW, Reshun, Chitral 4.
Air Hydro Power currently has locations in Birmingham and Montgomery, Alabama and is looking forward to having locations in Decatur and Huntsville, Alabama.
Khyber Energy Development Organisation (KPEDO) plans to raise 29 hydro projects to generate 3,911 MW hydro power.
The report provides in depth analysis on global renewable power market and global hydro power market with forecasts up to 2025.
A manufacturer and marketer of electrical and electronic products, Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) revealed on Wednesday that its subsidiary in China, Toshiba Hydro Power (Hanzhou) Co Ltd (THPC) won a major order to supply turbines and generators for the Nam Ou 5 hydro power plant on the River Nam Ou in Laos, from China's Sinohydro Resources Ltd.
An important opportunity offered by hydro-power is the possibility of adding capacity at existing systems or creating it at dams which do not have a hydro power plant.
Serbia's power utility EPS shut down the 270 megawatt (MW) Djerdap 2 hydro power plant on the border with Romania on Monday as a fire threatened the 110 kilovolt line that feeds its electricity into the system, it said.
The construction work on 250 KV Kalash hydro power project was inaugurated in Kalash valley for electrification the entire valley.
The media has been outraging since last few years over Indian attempts to violate the Indus Water Treaty by constructing a series of hydro power plants on the Western rivers of the Indus Basin in Jammu and Kashmir.