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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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Replying to a question during Question Hour, the minister said that under the Indus Waters Treaty (1960), restrictions had been placed on the design and the operation of hydroelectric plants, storage works and other river works to be constructed by India on the Western Rivers.
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.
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Qamar said that beside Nimoo-Bazgo Hydroelectric Plant, India had officially expressed intentions to undertake construction of the Dukhar Micro Hydel, Marpachoo Hydroelectric Plant, Dath Small Hydrolectric Plant and Hanu Small Hydroelectric Plant.
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.
Also, the state signed deals with additional out-of-state power plants, including the Glen Canyon Power hydroelectric plant in Arizona that began providing 300 megawatts per hour Tuesday afternoon.
In addition, the government plans to revamp the Angren and Tashkent coal plants, build a new thermal plant near Termez, and a 400 MW hydroelectric plant near Pskent.
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2 MW/h of energy, the largest of its kind in Central America, will be located on the left bank of the hydroelectric plant known as 15 de Septiembre.