Eagle Creek Renewable Energy has purchased Verso Androscoggin Power LLC, which owns four small hydro plants, from Verso Corp.
BC Hydro and Peace River Hydro Partners -- which includes ACCIONA Infrastructure Canada, Petrowest Corp. and Samsung C&T Canada Ltd. -- have reached agreement on a contract for the Site C main civil works.
The Wartsilla Corp. has been contracted to supply performance monitoring sealing products as part of the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation's ongoing rehabilitation of the 28.5-MW Minidoka hydroelectric plant.
E.ON separated its operations from Uniper’s effective Jan. 1, finalizing a business transition more than a year in the making.
Idaho Power Co.'s plan to meet the energy needs in southern Idaho and eastern Oregon includes using its 17 hydroelectric projects on the Snake River and its tributaries as a key ingredient to meeting greater demand.
I’ve never been a fan of making New Year’s resolutions. To me, the entire practice implies I’ve been doing something “wrong” over the previous year that I need to correct. Instead, I prefer to start from a position of strength and think of the new year as an opportunity to get even better. You know,...
A significant step to develop the first megawatt from the marine hydrokinetic (MHK) Sotenas Wave Energy Plant off of Sweden’s west coast took place earlier this month when a 120-ton subsea generator switchgear was deployed and connected to the Swedish national power grid via a 10-km-long subsea cable.
As a global hydroelectric power industry equipment provider, Alstom is well-situated to understand the challenges and issues facing this industry. Maryse François-Xausa discusses future development potential and where governments need to be investing their money.
The government of Chile announced action on two small hydro projects, which combined, would have an estimated installed capacity of 7.1 MW, costing a total of US$37.1 million.
A Brazilian energy ministry official has confirmed the government is planning a concession auction for September or October for the 11,182-MW Belo Monte hydroelectric project proposed for Brazil's Xingu River.