hydroelectric plant


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hydroelectric plant

[¦hī·drō·i′lek·trik ′plant]
(mechanical engineering)
A facility at which electric energy is produced by hydroelectric generators. Also known as hydroelectric power station.
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Earlier in 2008, Germany had signed a loan agreement with the North Eastern Electric Power Corporation Limited (NEEPCO) for providing Euro 80 million with Government of India's Guarantee for the Pare Hydroelectric Plant project under Indo-German Bilateral Development Cooperation.
The sale of the hydroelectric plants was part of an agreement between Eversource and other parties to implement New Hampshire's Electric Restructuring Law, with a goal of achieving a competitive electric energy marketplace.
The project calls for building a large dam and reservoir plus installing and operating a high-tech hydroelectric plant on the Rio Inambari, which flows through the departments of Cusco, Puno, and Madre de Dios.
With this project, the number of hydroelectric plants in Cuba's eastern mountain zone will increase to 18.
According to the agreement, Viking will immediately begin the initial testing and design phase at the Harris Mill Hydroelectric Plant.
saying an influx of power from a hydroelectric plant on the Utah-Arizona border improved the outlook.
AECC operates a hydroelectric plant at Lock & Dam No.
The government was seeking a "strategic partner" for the construction of the Chan II hydroelectric plant.
ISLAMABAD -- Minister of State for Privatization Khurram Dastgir on Monday apprised the National Assembly that Pakistan had raised objections on power projects named Ratle Power Project (850 MW), Pakal Dul Hydroelectric Plant (1000MW), Miyar and Lower Kalnai being built by India on the Chenab river.
He acknowledged that India had addressed Pakistan's concerns on a parapet of Nimoo Bazgo Hydroelectric Plant on the Indus River, but those relating to pondage, spillway and power-intake were yet to be resolved.
Ecuador has halted negotiations with Export-Import Bank of China (Eximbank) for the financing of USD2bn hydroelectric plant, state news agency Andes has reported citing Finance Minister Maria Elsa Viteri.
The progressive First Nations community on the north shore of Lake Superior was picked by the Ontario government in its renewable energy RFP to develop a 23-megawatt (MW) hydroelectric plant on the White River.