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  1. forum rang 10 voda 29 juli 2019 19:28
    Chinese And Nepali Companies to Jointly Develop Hydropower Project

    Xinhua reported that two Chinese companies have joined hands with a Nepali company to develop the Tamakoshi III hydropower project with an investment of around 500 million US dollars in Nepal. A joint venture development framework agreement was signed between China's YEIG International, Shanghai Investigation, Design and Research Institute Co. Ltd. and Nepal's TBI Holdings Pvt. Ltd at a ceremony in Kathmandu on Thursday.

    The signing ceremony was witnessed by Nepali Minister of Energy, Water Resources and Irrigation Barsha Man Pun and Zhang Guohua, vice governor of southwest China's Yunnan Province, among other officials and stakeholders.

    Expressing best wishes to the joint venture, the Nepali energy minister said the cooperation can bring experiences achieved by Yunnan in the field of hydropower to Nepal.

    He said that "This project can work as a symbol of friendship and cooperation in the hydropower sector between the two countries.”

    Noting that Yunnan Province is an important green energy base and electricity relay hub, Vice Governor Zhang believed that as a key hub in the Belt and Road Initiative, Yunnan has achieved fruitful results in cooperation with Nepal.

    Source : Xinhua
  2. forum rang 10 voda 29 juli 2019 19:29
    GE Renewable Announces Two Hydropower Services Contracts in US

    GE Renewable Energy announced that it has signed two hydropower contracts in the United States, one for FirstLight’s Northfield Mountain project and one for PG&E’s Caribou One hydropower station. FirstLight has chosen GE Renewable Energy to design, supply, install and commission a new spherical valve at the 4 x 292 MW Northfield Mountain pumped hydro storage station, New England’s largest energy storage facility. The powerhouse can generate more than 8,700 megawatt-hours of electricity every day, the equivalent of 87,000 fully charged electric cars.

    The new valve, which has a 114” internal diameter and weighs approximately 90 tons, will be designed to improve the station’s flexibility by allowing the unit to cycle approximately 10 times per day more often than it currently does. This flexibility is important given the increasing amount of intermittent wind and solar power being used in the region. The project, which is being supported by GE Renewable Energy’s Hydro teams in Denver is scheduled to be completed in 2021.

    FirstLight Vice President of Operations Mr Justin Trudell said that “We’re excited to partner with GE Renewable Energy to help Northfield Mountain continue to provide critical flexibility to the New England electric grid. The states are investing huge resources in intermittent renewable energy development and large-scale energy storage facilities like Northfield are crucial to the success of the region.”

    In addition, GE Renewable Energy announced that it had been selected by PG&E to replace a runner and shaft of the first of three 27 MW units. The runners, which are 12 feet in diameter and weigh approximately 25 tons, use a Pelton design. They feature stainless steel material for improved reliability and longevity. The equipment will be delivered in the first quarter of 2021.

    The Caribou hydroelectric station, which was first commissioned in 1921, is one of several projects on the North Fork Feather River and its tributaries that is part of a system that provide hydroelectricity and water storage for irrigation in the Sacramento Valley.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  3. forum rang 10 voda 30 juli 2019 17:12
    PLN to Build Indonesia’s Biggest Hydropower Plant

    The Jakarta Post reported that Indonesia state electricity firm PLN plans to build the country’s biggest hydropower plant in North Kalimantan, aiming to power the Tanah Kuning-Mangkupadi industrial and port zone. PLN director for strategic procurement 1 Ms Sripeni Inten Cahyani said that the project’s power capacity will stand at 1,350 MW and will operate six years from now.

    She said that “The project will be supported by the smelter industry in KIPI Tanah Kuning. Electricity demand in the area can only be fulfilled by a hydropower plant. The project’s investment was estimated to stand at USD 2 billion.”

    Her statement came after a meeting in the Office of the Coordinating Maritime Affairs Minister with Minister Luhut Pandjaitan, as well as officials from the Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry.

    Source : The Jakarta Post
  4. forum rang 10 voda 30 juli 2019 17:12
    NCLT Approves NHPC Bid for Lanco Teesta Hydro Power Project

    The National Company Law Tribunal approved state-run hydro giant NHPC's INR 907 crore bid for the debt-ridden Lanco Teesta Hydro Power Ltd. The Hyderabad bench of the NCLT approved the recommendations of the Committee of Creditors of Lanco Teesta Hydro Power which had in its meeting in December last year voted in the bid's favour.

    As per the resolution plan: NHPC would pay INR 877.74 crore to the financial creditors and INR 11.12 crore would go to the operational creditors of Lanco Teesta Hydro Power.

    NCLT said in its order issued that "Resolution Plan submitted by NHPC, which is approved by members of CoC having 100 per cent voting share and subsequent revision of bid amount by the NHPC is approved by members of CoC by 97.34 per cent stands approved.”

    NHPC will fund the project through a debt-equity ratio of 70:30.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  5. forum rang 10 voda 30 juli 2019 17:13
    Tanzanian President Inaugurates Construction of Mega Hydropower Project

    Xinhua reported that Tanzanian President John Magufuli inaugurated the construction of a mega hydropower project, saying the government wants to improve electricity supply to boost industrialization drive. The USD 3 billion project at Stiegler's gorge inside the Selous Game Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site, is being jointly built by two Egyptian companies, Arab Contractors and El Sewedy Electric Co.

    Mr Magufuli at a ceremony to lay the foundation stone for the project televised live by state-run Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (said that "This is the first day in the economic liberation of Tanzania. It's a unique and historic day. The investment and generation costs for the Rufiji project are cheaper than any other alternative source of electricity. Our manufacturing factories cannot be competitive if the cost electricity remains high.”

    Mr Magufuli said the 2,115-megawatt Rufiji power project would more than double the East African country's current power generation capacity of around 1,600 megawatts.

    Source : Xinhua
  6. forum rang 10 voda 31 juli 2019 16:27
    India's Pushes for its Largest Ever Hydropower Project Despite Concerns

    Mongabay reported that hydropower projects are back in focus in India, with the government declaring in the past sixth months that large hydropower projects would have renewable energy status. The government has also brought in a dam safety bill. And now, it’s paved the way for the progress of the controversial 2,880 MW Dibang hydropower project in the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, believed to be the largest hydroelectric project and highest dam to be constructed in India.

    On July 17, the Cabinet Committee on Economic Affairs, led by Prime Minister Mr Narendra Modi, approved the “expenditure on pre-investment activities and various clearances for Dibang Multipurpose Project in Arunachal Pradesh” for an amount of INR 16 billion. The total estimated cost of the project is USD 4 billion, with a timeline of nine years to completion from the receipt of government approval.

    Envisaged as a storage-based hydroelectric project with flood moderation as the key objective, the Dibang MPP will be located on the eponymous river and valley district of Arunachal Pradesh, featuring a 278-meter (912-foot) concrete gravity dam. The construction of the dam, by the state-controlled National Hydroelectric Power Corporation, is expected to prevent flooding in downstream areas.

    With the environment, defense and the first level of forest clearance already in place, the project, as per an official statement, is awaiting final-stage forest clearance for investment approval from the government, which would enable the developers to provide compensation for land acquisition and resettlement of affected families, undertake compensatory afforestation, and other investments.

    Source : Mongabay
  7. forum rang 10 voda 19 augustus 2019 17:08
    SJVNL Wins Two Hydro Project in Himachal Pradesh

    State owned SJVNL said that it has bagged two hydro power units 138-MW Bardang and 210-MW Purthi projects from the Himachal Pradesh government. "Himachal Pradesh has vide its letter dated August 9, 2019, decided to allot Bardang HEP (138 MW) and Purthi HEP (210 MW) projects to SJVN Ltd in the state of Himachal Pradesh on BOOT (build, own, operate and transfer) basis," a statement by SJVNL said.

    The Purthi power project was a state project for which a concession agreement was signed on June 1, 2011, with Shangling Hydro Power Pvt Ltd at an estimated cost of INR 2,100 crore. Earlier, 300 MW of power generation capacity was envisaged by the state. The project was located in the Kinnaur district.

    The Bardang project was located in the Lahaul & Spiti district. The state government had inked concession agreement with ABG Energy Himachal Pradesh Ltd on March 16, 2011, at an estimated cost of 882 crore. Originally, 126 MW power generation capacity was envisaged by the state.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  8. forum rang 10 voda 20 augustus 2019 17:15
    China firm Wins Tender to Build Sri Lanka Hydropower Dam

    Chinese firm Gezhouba Group Co Ltd has won a tender to build the main civil works, which includes a dam, of the Moragolla Hydro Power Plant. Sri Lanka's cabinet office said that a proposal of Power, Energy and Business Development Minister Ravi Karunanayake to award the tender to the Beijing-based firm was approved. The Standing Cabinet Appointed Procurement Committee had selected Gezhouba Group as the winning tender.

    The main civil works consists of a 37 metre high concrete dam with five spillway gates, intake, headrace tunnel, surge tank, penstock tunnel and shaft, surface type powerhouse with switch yard, relocation of irrigation facilities and access roads.

    The Moragolla Hydro Power Plant is a part of the Green Power Development and Energy Efficiency Improvement Investment Programme.

    The power plant is being built on the Mahaweli River, and is located in Ethgala, Kandy, according to the Power and Energy Ministry.

    The Asian Development Bank will be providing 113.86 million US dollars in financing for the power plant, while the remaining 1.93 billion rupees is to be funded by the government.

    The total installed capacity of the project is 30.20 megawatts, with an annual energy generation of 100 gigawatt hours.

    The main civil works component is to be followed by 'Lot B' for electrical and mechanical facilities and 'Lot 3' for project management and supervisory support for the power plant.

    The power plant is expected to be commissioned in 2022.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  9. forum rang 10 voda 20 augustus 2019 17:16
    DEWA Hydroelectric Power Station to Cost AED 1.4 billion

    Dubai Electricity and Water Authority awarded Strabag Dubai LLC, Strabag AG, Andritz Hydro and Ozkar consortium the construction contract for the Dh1.437 billion hydroelectric power station at Hatta. This forms part of the Comprehensive Development Plan for Hatta, launched by His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai. The project is the first of its kind in the region and will generate 250 MW.

    The project is expected to last up to 80 years and is scheduled to be commissioned by February 2024. EDF has been appointed the consultant for this project.

    This strategic project will diversify the energy mix, and support the economic, social and environmental development of Hatta. It will also achieve the goals of the Dubai Clean Energy 2050 to provide 75% of Dubai’s total power output from clean energy by 2050.

    Source : Gulf News
  10. forum rang 10 voda 23 augustus 2019 19:54
    PM Inaugurates Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project Commissioned by BHEL

    Prime Minister of India, Sh. Narendra Modi inaugurated the BHEL-installed 4x180 MW Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project at Thimpu, Bhutan in the presence of the Hon'ble Prime Minister of Bhutan, Dr. Lotay Tshering. With the commissioning of the last 180 MW unit, BHEL has achieved yet another milestone overseas by successfully commissioning the 4x180 MW Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project in Bhutan. With this, BHEL has demonstrated its high quality engineering and project management skills and a firm commitment to undertake challenging jobs as part of its responsibility towards relation building with neighbouring countries.

    BHEL has executed the electro-mechanical package for the project which includes design, manufacture, supply, transportation, storage, erection, testing & commissioning of generating units and associated auxiliaries including Pelton Turbines, Generators, Governors, MIV, etc along with Balance of Plant items i.e. Bus Duct, DC System, EOT Cranes etc. The equipment has been supplied from BHEL's manufacturing units at Bhopal, Bengaluru, Rudrapur, Hyderabad, Jhansi and Mumbai, while erection and commissioning on site was carried out by the company's Power Sector - Eastern Region, Kolkata.

    The Mangdechhu Hydroelectric Project Authority officials have appreciated the efforts put in by BHEL for effective and efficient completion of the project.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  11. forum rang 10 voda 26 augustus 2019 18:22
    PTC Inks Pact With Bhutan Druk Green Power

    PTC India said that it has signed an agreement with Bhutan's Druk Green Power Corporation for buying surplus power from the 720 MW Mangdechhu hydropower plant in Bhutan for the next 35 years. The government has designated PTC as the nodal agency from Indian side to purchase surplus power from Bhutan. The power purchase agreement was signed on Saturday. The Mangdechhu plant is a 720 MW run-of-river power project built on the Mangdechhu river in Trongsa Dzongkhag district of central Bhutan. The project is funded by a mix of debt and grant from India.

    PTC India Chairman and Managing Director Mr Deepak Amitabh said that "With the commissioning and starting of supply from Mangdechhu, the PTC will be managing around 2,130 MW of hydro capacity from Bhutan.”

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  12. forum rang 10 voda 11 september 2019 17:12
    Tajikistan Launches Second Unit of Rogun hydropower plant

    President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon has officially launched the second unit of the Rogun hydropower plant. Speaking at the ceremony on September 9, Mr Rahmon congratulated all citizens of the country on this historic event. The president said that the power plant is being built in accordance with the international norms and safety standards, using the latest technologies, and in the near future will serve not only the residents of Tajikistan but also other countries of the region. The construction of hydroelectric power stations on the rivers of Tajikistan will help to ensure a balance between electricity and water consumption, and will ensure sustainable water management and reduce electricity shortages in the region,.

    When the second unit was commissioned, the electricity generated was transmitted to the general power grid of the country.

    Construction of the Rogun dam and hydropower plant was started on October 29, 2016.

    Rogun will be the largest hydropower plant in the region with a capacity of 3,600 megawatts (over 17 billion kWh).

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  13. forum rang 10 voda 16 september 2019 19:51
    Construction of Hydro Power Station at Kafue Gorge Suspended

    Syno Hydro the contractor engaged to build the 750 MW hydro power station at Kafue gorge lower in Zambia, has suspended operations and sent all employees home. Management simply notified workers that due to challenges beyond its control, it had suspended operations. It Said Management wishes to inform its Employees that effective today 11 September, 2019, works have been temporally suspended until further notice due to the challenge beyond Management will. Therefore, those with consent from supervisors not report for work are advised to leave the construction site this afternoon or tomorrow; as buses will be provided to take you out at 14:00 and you be called back as soon as this challenge is resolved. Management and all parties involved are working hand in hand to ensure this matter is resolved as soon as possible hence we advise not to panic, resign or think your services have been terminated as you shall be called back for work soon.”

    Zambian hydro power stationThe Republic of Zambia government initiated the construction of the 750MW Kafue Gorge Lower hydroelectric power station on the Kafue River in the southern Chikankata district, 90km away from the Lusaka, the capital and largest city of Zambia, in November 2015.

    Claimed to be the third biggest hydropower station in the country on its completion, KGL is Zambia’s first major investment being funded through public-private partnership model.

    The Government of Zambia has appointed state-owned power producer ZESCO for the development of the project. The plant is scheduled for commissioning in 2019. The project will address the growing demand for electricity in the country and surrounding regions and will alleviate the power deficit, thus supporting continued economic progress.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  14. forum rang 10 voda 18 september 2019 19:26
    SN Aboitiz Power Pushing Construction of Alimit Hydropower Complex

    The Philippine Star reported that SN Aboitiz Power Group the joint venture of SN Power of Norway and Aboitiz Power Corp is pushing back the construction timeline of its 390 MW Alimit Hydropower Complex to firm up the cost and design of the project. SNAP president and CEO Joseph Yu said the company’s board directed the project development team to lower the capital expenditure of the project. He said that “We presented (the project details)to the board in August. After some deliberation, we felt that capex needed a little more work.”

    The company official said that “We’re going to spend another three to six months to sharpen those technical design, do some value engineering and get a more solid number, and then go back to make a decision.”

    Originally, SNAP was targeting to proceed to pre-construction phase within the third quarter after getting all the necessary permits, which include free, prior and informed consent, environment compliance certificate and endorsement from local government units.

    Last June, a framework agreement for the proposed Alimit project was signed with the municipal government of Lamut, the last of the four LGUs to approve Ifugao’s first large-scale hydropower facility. Other municipalities are Aguinaldo, Lagawe and Mayoyao.

    The agreement outlines the cooperation, collaboration, and obligations between and among SNAP as project proponent and the municipalities as hosts during the development and operation phase of the project.

    Source : The Philippine Star
  15. forum rang 10 voda 20 september 2019 16:52
    NHPC to Monetise 10 Projects to Meet Disinvestment Target

    India’s largest hydro power producer State run NHPC Ltd plans to leverage infrastructure investment trusts or InvITs to monetize 10 of its 22 projects, according to three people aware of the development. NHPC will soon hire a consultant to assess the feasibility of asset monetization of a few hydro power projects through the limited tender route, one of the three, a government official, said on condition of anonymity. The consultant will also provide “a cost-benefit analysis of adopting different options of the asset monetization schemes and its merits and demerits in the context of NHPC Ltd".

    The government of India owns 73.33% equity in the Mini Ratna PSU that has an asset base of INR 59,609 crore. NHPC has a power generation capacity of 7,071 MW through its 22 operational hydro projects and two wind and solar projects. It also has four hydro projects totalling 4,424 MW under construction and 10 projects totalling 7,321 MW awaiting clearance.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  16. forum rang 10 voda 20 september 2019 16:53
    Kabeli B1 Starts Test Power Production

    The 25 megawatt Kabeli B1 Hydropower project has started testing electricity generation. The power project lies in the Kabeli River which divides Panchthar and Taplejung districts. After the Kabeli Corridor conducted testing, the hydro power started testing power generation. Arun Kabeli Power Limited Director Mr Ramesh Neupane said preparations were on to start regular power generation within a month if the test production succeeded.

    Mr Neupane said that “We have completed work from our side. Power will be evacuated to central transmission line after Nepal Electricity Authority gives us permission.”

    Due to delay in the construction of the power project, construction cost had jumped to INR 5 billion from INR 4 billion.

    Source : The Himalayan Times
  17. forum rang 10 voda 23 september 2019 21:11
    Costa Rica's National Electricity Company Joins IHA

    The International Hydropower Association has announced that Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad, Costa Rica’s national electricity company, has joined the association as a gold member. Ms Irene Cañas Díaz, President of ICE, stated that “Being part of such a prestigious organisation as IHA is a significant step for the Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad, bringing us closer to the highest standards in sustainability, as we are committed to maintain and foster our renewable energy mix, which relies foremost in hydropower."

    ICE exclusively manages the country’s electricity system, achieving 99.4% national electricity coverage. It bases its generation on five main renewable sources of energy, in order of size: water, geothermal, wind, biomass and sun.

    ICE won the IHA Blue Planet Prize for excellence in sustainable hydropower at the World Hydropower Congress held in Paris in May 2019 for its Reventazon hydropower project.

    Reventazón is the largest hydropower plant in Central America with 305.5MW of installed capacity. Since it came into operation in 2016, the project led Costa Rica to achieve a target of generating 100% of its electricity from renewable energy sources.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  18. forum rang 10 voda 1 oktober 2019 20:12
    Ethiopia’s Mega Dam Project Show Remarkable Progress – Mr Bekele

    Mr Seleshi Bekele Ethiopia’s Water, Irrigation and Energy Minister has paid a visit to the project site of the Mega dam a project for Egypt is asking for international intervention after a disagreement with Ethiopia in the latest round of talks that took place in Cairo. He that the project has shown remarkable progress after projects that were under Metals and Engineering Corporation, a state conglomerate run by the Defense force, were contracted out to five international contractors.

    Salini Impregilo, a giant Italian construction company that has been in Ethiopia for over fifty years, has resumed the civil construction aspect of the project which was stopped earlier due to delayed electro-mechanical work which was under METEC’s plate at the past.

    Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation said that over 96 percent of Saddle dam construction in the left and right side of the mega-dam is completed, and contractors are currently working on finishing work. The height of the main dam itself has reached at 145 meters and concrete filling word in the middle part of the dam is underway. So far 8 million metric cube concrete is filled. The entire concrete filling work of the project is said to be about 1.2 million metric cubes.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  19. forum rang 10 voda 1 oktober 2019 20:34
    Final Agreements Signed for Tina River Project

    A series of crucial final agreements have been signed to bring the start of construction closer on the long-awaited Tina River Hydropower Development Project in Solomon Islands. Key commercial agreements signed in Sydney included the On-lending Agreement between the Tina River Hydropower project company and Solomon Islands’ Ministry of Finance & Treasury, as well as agreements related to the funding support from the Asian Development Bank, who confirmed a commitment of USD 30 million to the project. The ADB now joins the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development, the Australian Government, Green Climate Fund and the Korea-EX-IM Economic Development Cooperation Fund, all of whom, alongside World Bank Group, have all committed to supporting this key nation-building project in Solomon Islands.

    Solomon Islands has a near-total reliance on expensive diesel petrol for electricity generation and has among the highest electricity costs in the world at USD 0.82/kW, almost double the average for Pacific Island countries placing a huge burden on families, communities, businesses and government services. Only 16 percent of Solomon Islanders have access to the country’s electricity grid.

    The planned Tina River Hydropower Project, when up and running, is expected to significantly reduce the cost of electricity for Solomon Islanders. It is also expected to dramatically reduce Solomon Islands’ greenhouse gas emissions – and cut Solomon Islands’ reliance on expensive diesel petrol for energy in favor of clean, renewable sources. It is expected to shift Honiara’s grid from 3% renewable in 2017 to 68% at the time the project is commissioned; expected in 2024.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  20. forum rang 10 voda 4 oktober 2019 18:37
    Skanska to Renovates Hydropower plant in Sweden

    Skanska has signed an agreement with Fortum Sweden to renovate Trangslet’s hydropower plant in Alvdalen municipality, Sweden. The contract is worth about SEK 320 M, which will be included in the Swedish order bookings for the third quarter 2019. The project includes, among other things, blasting of about 200,000 cubic meters of rock, improvement of waterways and tunnel construction in existing dams. The work will have a strong focus on minimizing the climate impact, which will characterize the choice of production methods such as mass handling, transport and collection of existing material in the immediate area.

    Construction start is scheduled for October 2019 and the project is expected to be completed by mid-2024.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
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