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New small hydro facility operating in Uganda

The operation of a US$15 million, 6.5-MW Ishasha hydroelectric plant in Uganda’s Kigezi Sub-Region should help reduce the country’s power outages, government officials say. The facility, which began operating on Nov. 22, sits on the Ishasha River in Kyeijura Kanyantorogo Sub-county and will not only

Community group financially supporting new small hydro facility

The Esk Valley Community Energy Group will soon begin work on a small hydroelectric plant after selling more than 125,000 pounds in public shares, the group announces. The hydropower facility will be located on the River Esk in Ruswarp, near Whitby, North Yorkshire, and will feature an Archimede

French firm to supply EM equipment for 1-MW Cavaletade

The city of Toulouse has named MJ2 Technologies SARL to supply electro-mechanical equipment to the 1-MW Cavaletade hydroelectric project, proposed for the Garonne River in Toulouse. Toulouse took bids in May for supply and installation of all electro-mechanical equipment at Cavaletade. (HydroWorl

Norway developer names firms to equip its hydropower portfolio

Norway hydro developer Smakraft AS has named two generator manufacturers to supply equipment for its portfolio of small hydroelectric projects. Smakraft took proposals in 2010 from four firms to participate in framework agreements for long-term relationships with the developer. Smakraft seeks syn

Asian Development Bank approves loan for Nam Ngum 3 hydro project

The Asian Development Bank has announced a US $465 million loan to the Nam Ngum 3 hydropower project in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic. When completed in 2017, the 440 MW hydro plant will benefit not only energy-hungry Thailand, but also the Lao PDR, where it is hoped earnings from the Nam

Czech firm awards contracts to equip Klastersky, build Doudlevce hydros

Hydro developer RenoEnergie a.s. has awarded contracts to Czech firms to equip the Klastersky small hydroelectric project and to build the 180-kW Doudlevce project in the Czech Republic. RenoEnergie took bids in February to equip both Klastersky on the Otava River and Doudelevce on the Radbuza River

Doctor turned hydro developer demonstrates energy needs in health

A micro-hydro company that is to supply electricity to health centres in remote areas of Rwanda is a reminder of how critical energy access is for achieving the Millennium Development Goals – as the 2015 deadline approaches. But before the acclaimed universal access can be met, small energy enterpri

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