hydroelectric power station


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hydroelectric power station

[¦hī·drō·i′lek·trik ′pau̇·ər ‚stā·shən]
(mechanical engineering)
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Dewa will be building the hydroelectric power station to generate electricity, by making use of the existing water stored in the Hatta Dam, which can store up to 1,716 million gallons, and an upper reservoir that will be built in the mountain that can store up to 880 million gallons.
Dubai: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has awarded the Strabag Dubai LLC, Strabag AG, Andritz Hydro and Ozkar consortium the construction contract for the Dh1.437 billion pumped-storage hydroelectric power station at Hatta.
Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (Dewa) has awarded the Strabag Dubai, Strabag AG, Andritz Hydro and Ozkar consortium the construction contract for the Dh1.437 billion ($391 million) pumped-storage hydroelectric power station at Hatta.
Since the hydroelectric power station was commissioned in 1983, no repairs have been made to this plant.
The Dubai Electricity and Water Authority (DEWA) has completed engineering studies for a hydroelectric power station in Hatta.
Other dams and hydroelectric power stations whose water levels have drastically dropped include Sondu Miriu, Sangoro and Kiambere.
Venezuela's electricity distribution system was disrupted by an accident at the country's largest hydroelectric power station. The Venezuelan National Electric Corporation (Corpoelec) described the incident as sabotage and a ring of energy war against Venezuela.
It accorded approval to rehabilitate Dargai hydroelectric power station in Malakand costing over four billion rupees.
Approved Rehabilitation project of Dargai hydroelectric power station, cost Rs.
On December 8, Sisi discussed in a phone call with his Tanzanian counterpart John Magufuli Stiegler's Gorge Hydroelectric Power Station's latest developments.
Technicians at Trawsfynydd Power Station on January 12, 1965 prepare to send power to the National Grid; Worker Alun Jones checks three gas cylinders at Point of Ayr Colliery, which used gas instead of coal, in its own boilerhouse, on March 18, 1952; The old Connah's Quay Power station pictured in 1967; Bert Ellis operates the controls of new, giant six-metre ovens at Shotton on June 7, 1973; Staff at Cwm Dyli hydroelectric power station on its 50th anniversary in august 1956; Workmen install equipment in a sub station to provide power during the construction of Wylfa nuclear power power station on January 2, 1963