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Industrial companies are moving too slowly to adopt cybersecurity measures to protect their data and operations, according to a new study.
The editors of Hydro Review magazine are now accepting nominations for induction into the Hydro Hall of Fame.
In preparation for the world’s largest hydropower event, registration is now open for HydroVision International 2018 at HydroEvent.com.
Russian equipment manufacturer PJSC Power Machines - ZTL, LMZ, Electrosila, Energomachexport has won a contract to provide turbines, generators and other equipment for the Nizhegorodskaya plant.
A total of 139 countries worldwide could convert to 100% renewable energy – from wind, water and solar – by 2050, according to scientists in the Atmosphere/Energy Program at Stanford University.
A ceremony attended by Russian president Vladimir Putin marked the official inauguration of RusHydro's 320-MW Nizhne-Bureyskaya hydroelectric plant.
Installed capacity of renewables worldwide reached nearly 2,017 GW in 2016, with hydropower accounting for 15.5% of the new capacity, according to the Renewables 2017 Global Status Report.
Upgrades at RusHydro's Saratovskaya hydroelectric plant have increased its output to 1,406 MW, according to the Russian utility.
PJSC RusHydro has announced the launch of its 30.6-MW Zaragizhskaya hydroelectric plant.