AES Gener is moving forward with the Virtual Dam project, which is being built next to the 178-MW Alfalfal I hydropower plant in the San Jose de Maipo district of the Metropolitan Region in Chile.
Qualifying members of the hydroelectric power sector are again eligible to take part in the Power Producer Training Program, giving them discounted access to HydroVision International 2019.
Consulting firm Sweco recently announced it has received a US$5.2 million contract related to the rehabilitation of the 2,075-MW Cahora Bassa hydropower plant in Mozambique.
Norsk Hydro reports that, as of today, it has “made further progress toward returning operations back [to] normal” in the wake of the March 19 cyber attack. The company says four out of five business areas – including energy -- are running production at normal capacity, but with manual workarounds. In the most affected business area, Extruded Solutions, production is now gradually ramping up in all business units.
Danfoss Editron is providing two new electric generators to KSS Energia of Finland for use in its 2.6-MW Siikakoski small hydropower plant.
Andritz announces it has signed a contract with the Indian state utility company Karnataka Power Corporation Ltd. to refurbish and renovate the 345-MW Shivasamudram hydropower plant in the southern state of Karnataka.
With its historic significance to the region and its continued reliable operation for more than 100 years, the 24.6-MW Blewett Falls Hydro Station is a natural choice to join our Hydro Hall of Fame as a 2018 inductee.
On Monday, Nov. 18, POWERGEN University will offer four-hour and eight-hour pre-conference workshops on a variety of power generation topics, including any of the tracks and topics listed in the call for abstracts. Teachers selected will share in any profits generated out of the courses.
First and foremost, HydroVision International offers unparalleled educational opportunities for hydro industry professionals from around the world.
Snowy Hydro Limited in Australia recently announced it has chosen several contractors to work on the 2-GW Snowy 2.0 project.