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Jamaican Utility Creates Team to Expedite Renewable Development

Kingston, Jamaica- The Jamaican Public Service Company Ltd. (JPS) has formed an internal team designed to fast-track the addition of more renewable energy to the electrical grid. JPS says the creation of its Renewable Energy Integration Group (REIG) is meant to assist the Government of Jamaica i

New IEA Hydropower Agreement – Annex II Small Hydro Gateway

The IEA Hydropower Agreement’s Annex II on Small Hydro has recently updated its homepage. The Small Hydro Gateway has been redesigned and updated to take full advantage of the benefits of the web. New features have been added including a comprehensive database of small hydro innovative technologies.

Malaga to construct new small hydro plant in Peru

Malaga Inc. and its partners Emerging Power Developers and Stucky S.A. will build a new 20-MW hydropower plant on Malaga's Pasto Bueno property in Peru. A release from the Montreal-based mining company says the power will be used for a tungsten mining operation. About 70% of the mine's power cur

Mavel continues work on South Korean hydropower projects

Hydroelectric equipment manufacturer Mavel, a.s. has successfully commissioned two of five South Korean projects the company secured in April 2010. The five facilities -- Yipo, Gangjeong, Hapcheon, Nakdan and Seungcheon -- are part of South Korea's "Four Rivers Projects" and will include 11 of Mavel

Small hydroelectric project in Zimbabwe gets approval

An application to build a US$13 million small hydroelectric plant near Zimbabwe's Lake Mutrikwi has been approved by the Masvingo Rural District Council, sources report. The application was submitted by the Great Zimbabwe Hydro-Power Company, which is jointly owned by Zimbabwe's ZOL and South Africa

Berthol wins contract to redevelop Rivaz in Switzerland

Swiss contractor Berthol has been awarded a contract to supply equipment for redevelopment of the 725-kW Rivaz 2 hydroelectric plant on Forestay Creek. Bids for the hydropower project, which is located in Switzerland's Lavaux District, were solicited in May 2011 by utility Romande Energie. The c

Royal Haskoning looks to boost power access in western Uganda with small hydro

International consulting firm Royal Haskoning will soon begin work on a hydropower project that will provide electricity to 350,000 people in Uganda's rural western region. A press release says Royal Haskoning has already arranged a public-private partnership that includes a US$15.5 million Dutc

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