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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There are 130 employees at Mingachevir Hydroelectric Power Station.
7 million) consultancy contract for the pumped-storage hydroelectric power station to France's EDF.
Boralex Incorporated (TSX: BLX), a power producer whose core business is dedicated to the development and the operation of renewable energy power stations, has opened its Jamie Creek hydroelectric power station in British Columbia.
RWE is also opening up its Dulyn hydroelectric power station, as part of a "Dams and Turbines" walk.
The Chinese electricity power companies have helped Sudan establish thermal power stations and a hydroelectric power station, while other two hydroelectric power stations are under construction.
8 billion cubic meters of water, and support a 1,500- megawatt hydroelectric power station.
Kyrgyzstan launched a $200 million hydroelectric power station.
It would take them a month before having to do it all over again Construction workers at Dinorwig Hydroelectric Power Station, Llanberis, being served at a CEGB satellite canteen, in May 1977 This observation tower, seen in December 1964, let people watch the building of Wylfa nuclear power station in Anglesey from a safe distance
The pipe is used by RWE Npower Renewables to move water from a reservoir to its hydroelectric power station in the village.
Kansai Electric, Japan's second-largest power utility firm based in Osaka, also said it had filed false reports with the government on its water use at the Kawai hydroelectric power station in the village of Tenkawa, Nara Prefecture, between 1998 and 2005.
The operation of England's biggest hydroelectric power station ( based in Northumberland ( has changed hands in a renewable energy deal worth several millions of pounds.
Japan plans to make an initial grant of 68,000 dollars to establish an agroforestry training center in eastern Myanmar's Lake Inlay area, aimed at curbing the environmental degradation of Lake Inlay which supplies water to Lawpita hydroelectric power station, the Japanese Embassy said Tuesday.