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Toshiba wins equipment supply contract for Laos’ Nam Ou 4 hydropower plant

Power China Resources Ltd. has awarded a contract to Toshiba Hydro Power (Hangzhou) Co. Ltd. to provide equipment for the 132-MW Nam Ou 4 hydroelectric plant in Laos.
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Toshiba awarded turbine supply contract for China’s 278-MW Qian Wei hydroelectric plant

Toshiba Hydro Power Co. Ltd. has been awarded a contract to supply five 55.6-MW bulb-type turbines for the 278-MW Qian Wei hydroelectric plant in Leshan, China.

Marine Hydrokinetics

News related to the worldwide marine hydrokinetics industry from March-April 2015

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Japan to develop tidal energy project Japan's New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) has selected IHI Corp. and Toshiba Corp. to develop an underwater floating-type ocean current tidal energy turbine system as part...

Japan develops tidal energy as part of US$501 million project

Japan’s New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization (NEDO) has selected IHI Corp. and Toshiba Corp. to research and develop an underwater floating-type ocean current tidal energy turbine system as part of a US$501 million effort for sustainable, renewable energy.
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Toshiba wins award for Laos’ Nam Ou 5 hydropower project

Toshiba Hydro Power Co., Ltd. (THPC), a subsidiary of global technology conglomerate Toshiba Corporation, has been awarded a contract to supply three 80 MW hydro turbines for the Nam Ou 5 hydroelectric plant in Laos.

FERC issues relicense to 774.3-MW Wells in Washington

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has relicensed the 774.3-MW Wells hydroelectric project on the Columbia River in Washington.

Unit 2 online at Japan’s Kannagawa pumped-storage plant

The second of six 470-MW turbine-generator units is now in operation at Japan's Kannagawa pumped-storage hydroelectric facility, HydroWorld.com has learned.

Kirejczyk Joins HDR Hydropower Services Group

Juliusz Kirejczyk has joined HDR as a senior consultant in the hydropower services group. Before joining HDR he was a turbine specialist with Toshiba International Corp.

FERC EIS recommends relicensing 774.3-MW Wells

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff has issued a final environmental impact statement that recommends relicensing the 774.3-MW Wells hydroelectric project on the Columbia River in Washington.