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  1. forum rang 10 voda 26 februari 2020 06:33
    GE Renewable Energy to Support Clean Energy Growth in Philippines

    GE Renewable Energy booked a contract with Angat Hydropower Corporation to rehabilitate the 218 MW Angat hydropower plant located in the Philippines. This 53-year-old Angat hydropower facility supplies more than 90% of Metro Manila’s potable water needs and supports the irrigation of 25,000 hectares of farmlands in Bulacan and Pampanga. This contract is the first major rehabilitation program since the facility was commissioned in 1967. GE Renewable Energy’s hydro teams in Europe and the Americas will be responsible for the supply of two new 50 MW Francis turbines, four new 50 MW generators as well as three new upgraded auxiliary turbines and generators. They will be in charge of the assessment of the penstock, the powerhouse and a new control system will also be provided. GE Renewable Energy will work closely with a local partner, Desco, that will install and commission the Angat plant.

    This rehabilitation will be conducted in the best conditions for the customer to limit a power outage of the plant as much as possible, a crucial pre-requisite for Angat Hydropower Corporation as the dam plays a strategic role for the country. Once fully upgraded in 2023, the power output of the plant will be increased by around 4 % bringing it to 226.6 MW. This rehabilitated plant will provide an additional and reliable source of electricity in the Philippines and secure water needs for the population.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  2. forum rang 10 voda 15 april 2020 20:07
    Construction of Kaptis Hydropower Project in Kenya to Start

    Kenya is soon to commence construction of Kaptis hydropower project. A joint development agreement, to bring the project through to financial close and construction in 2020, has been signed between the project owner and an equity fund manager. The agreement was signed between project developer, Tembo Power with Metier, an independently owned private equity fund manager, together with its partner WK Construction, a leading contractor in the field of hydropower in sub-Saharan Africa.

    The deal allows the partners to appoint lenders and prepare for financial closing, expected this year, and to start construction. The 14.7MW hydropower project is located in western Kenya.

    Tembo Power began development of the Kaptis hydroelectric project in 2013, following preliminary studies conducted by its partner Humphrey Mulindi. The purpose of the study was to determine the real potential of the site selected for the future hydroelectric power plant.

    The engineering, procurement and construction contract for the future hydroelectric power plant will be executed by WK Construction, a company specialized in hydraulics. This company, based in South Africa, is one of the financial partners of the project, in which it holds a 20% stake. Metier, now holds a 40% stake. The South African-based financial company has decided to place this investment within the framework of its Metier Sustainable Capital International Fund II. It is a fund that targets investments offering social and environmental benefits as well as financial returns. The remaining 40% will be owned by Tembo Power.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  3. forum rang 10 voda 21 april 2020 19:21
    SIMEC Kinlochleven Hydro Electric Power Station Increases Generation

    GFG Alliance’s international energy business firm SIMEC announced that its Kinlochleven hydro electric power station has increased generation to its highest level for nearly 20 years following a recent upgrade to capacity. Kinlochleven, which was acquired by SIMEC in 2016 and is located on the JAHAMA Highland Estate lands, last week generated an average of 23.27MW of clean green power – producing sufficient electricity to power a city the size of Inverness. The increase, to the highest output since 2002, follows the first phase of a significant investment programme undertaken by SIMEC to reinstate defunct side-stream intakes and improve the efficiency of water collection on the hydro scheme. The outcome represents a step-up in clean energy to help power Scottish homes and industry.

    SIMEC was previously accredited to produce 19.5 MW of power under the Scottish Government’s Renewable Obligation scheme. Legislative changes to the Government’s scheme have made it economic to increase capacity above this level at Kinlochleven.

    Kinlochleven was the first major hydro-electric project in Britain, built between 1905 and 1909. The scheme harnasses water power from the Black Water chain of lochs through a 13km reservoir. The Blackwater dam, which serves Kinlochleven, is the longest in the Scottish Highlands.

    SIMEC also owns the nearby Lochaber hydro station, which produces power for ALVANCE British Aluminium, the only smelter remaining in the UK.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  4. forum rang 10 voda 21 april 2020 19:22
    Toyota Tsusho to Repair Sedawgyi Hydropower Plant in Myanmar
    Power News - Published on Tue, 21 Apr 2020
    Image Source: Sedawgyi Hydropower Plant
    Toyota Tsusho Corporation announced that, it has been signed with Electric Power Generation Enterprise, under the umbrella of Ministry of Electricity and Energy, Republic of the Union of Myanmar to repair its Sedawgyi Hydropower Plant. Worth approximately 4.3 billion yen, this project will be funded by Official Development Assistance Loan via the Japan International Cooperation Agency. It is scheduled for completion in February 2024. Sedawgyi Hydropower Plant is located approximately 100 kilometers northeast of Mandalay, the second largest city in Myanmar, and provides between 10 and 15 percent of the city’s power demand (it has a power generation capacity of 130 gigawatt-hours per year). The plant commenced operations in 1989 but, in the 30 years since, it has yet to be repaired. For this reason, deterioration of and damage to the plant’s core equipment are significant issues.

    The project entails the repair of Sedawgyi Hydropower Plant’s core equipment—including its hydro-turbines and generators—and its hydraulic gates. The hydro-turbines and control devices will be supplied by Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation, while the generators will be supplied by Meidensha Corporation; Equipment for repair of hydraulic gate will be supplied by Hitachi Zosen Corporation. The goal of the project is to restore the output of Sedawgyi Hydropower Plant and enable its continued use as a stable source of power.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  5. forum rang 10 voda 6 mei 2020 16:51
    NIB finances hydropower upgrades in Sweden and Finland

    Nordic Investment Bank has signed a ten-year loan agreement of EUR 70 million with Fortum Oyj to finance the refurbishment of two hydropower plants in Sweden and one in Finland. The investment will improve safety, repair and renew the dam and spillway structures and extend the life span of the old hydropower plants. The investment includes the refurbishment projects of exisiting hydropower plants in Imatra, Finland, and Långströmmen in Jämtland, Sweden. Both projects were finalised in 2019.

    Fortum started to refurbish the hydropower plant Trängslet in Dalarna in 2019. It expects to complete the work in 2025. Fortum also plans to start refurbishing an additional hydropower plant in Sweden in 2020.

    All hydropower plants were built between 1920 and 1960. The refurbishment includes the repair and reinforcement of dam structures and gates, expansion of spillway capacity, addition of new bride decks, as well as the renewal of electrical systems. The project will extend the lifetime of the dam structures with approximately 50 years, enabling continued renewable electricity generation.

    The investments will upgrade the reservoirs of the power stations to improve the operational security of the units. The investment does not bring any new capacity to the network. However, the investment contributes to the security of supply and maintains efficient operation of the electricity market in NIB’s member countries.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  6. forum rang 10 voda 22 mei 2020 16:43
    GE Renewable Energy to Support Development of Clean Electricity in Pakistan

    GE Renewable Energy, in consortium with Powerchina Zhongnan Engineering Corporation Limited, announced today that it has been selected by Pakistan Water and Power Development Authority to supply six Francis turbines and generators for Stage 1 of the new Dasu hydropower plant in Pakistan. The 2.2 GW Dasu hydropower project is one of the most important power generation projects in the country. The plant will help generate clean electricity, ushering in a new era of socio-economic potential and development in remote areas. The project will be completed in two stages. The first stage consists of installing a 2,160 MW hydropower plant on the Indus River, which could be expanded to 4,320 MW in a second phase. This project is part of the Vision 2025 Program launched by WAPDA in 2001 and the Government of Pakistan’s Power Policy 2013. Once commissioned in 2026, the Dasu hydropower plant will power around 4 million households in Pakistan.

    GE Renewable Energy’s hydro business is responsible for the design, supply, supervision, installation, and commissioning of the six new 360 MW Francis turbines and generators, as well as the governors and control, and protection systems. GE Grid Solutions will provide the Generator Circuit Breaker.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  7. forum rang 10 voda 22 mei 2020 17:01
    Penstock Pipeline Bursts at Uhl Hydro Project in HP

    Media reported that about 30 engineers and employees working at operationalizing a new turbine at the Uhal Stage III hydropower project in Mandi district of Himachal Pradesh had a miraculous escape when the feeder penstock pipeline burst and flooded the hydropower station. On Saturday night when the engineers were working on the heavy machinery, there was a sudden blast in the penstock pipeline and it burst. It took a 6 hour rescue operation to rescue the 20 engineers and employees who were working at the station when the accident occurred. The accident occurred when the engineers were testing the installation of a 33.3 MW new turbine at the plant when the generation was increased to 16 MW. The load of machinery was to be increased up to 32 MW but the penstock could not sustain the water pressure. The powerhouse now contains debris that must be cleared out, and commissioning will be delayed

    The Uhl hydropower project is owned and operated by the HP State Electricity Board.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  8. forum rang 10 voda 22 mei 2020 17:01
    ABB to Install Control Solution for Automation of Lhyfe’s Green Hydrogen Clean Energy Project

    French producer and supplier of green hydrogen Lhyfe has chosen ABB to implement an automation solution at its first green hydrogen production site. ABB supports a wide range of industries in their digital transformation and will supply the first Lhyfe production site with its Freelance distributed control system and ABB AbilityTM Manufacturing Operations Management digital platform. These solutions will control all the elements involved in the hydrogen production process at the Bouin site in the Vendée region, France and ABB’s automation technology is being installed to deliver improved efficiency, safety and productivity across the operation.

    To control all the elements of the hydrogen production process at its fully automated 24/7 site in Bouin - to be inaugurated in 2021 - Lhyfe has chosen a complete ABB control solution. An integrated Freelance distributed control system with a common and centralized database will reduce the development time and the complexity of automation systems.

    With native inter-controller communication and a library of over 200 function blocks, this system will offer agility and scalability. In coordination with Lhyfe and ABB, the system integrator Bossard, ABB's partner in the Vendée, will be responsible for the design, construction, programming and commissioning of the entire solution.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute,
  9. forum rang 10 voda 26 mei 2020 16:32
    Madagascar Gets AfDB Funds for Sahofika Hydropower Project

    The African Development Fund has approved a 4.02 million euro loan with a grant component to finance the Government of Madagascar’s 30 million euro equity investment in the Sahofika hydropower project, which will generate affordable, clean energy benefitting some 8 million people. The Sahofika project is located on the Onive River, 100 km southeast of the capital Antananarivo. It entails the construction of a 205 MW hydroelectric power plant on a Build-Own-Operate-Transfer basis and includes the construction and rehabilitation of 110 km of access roads and construction of a 75 km, 220 kV transmission line. Once commissioned, the Sahofika project is expected to contribute to the avoidance of 900,000 tons of CO2 equivalent annually.

    The government has committed to plough back the returns from the project to reduce electricity tariffs for the people of Madagascar.

    Additional funding for the project is expected to come from the European Union and the Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa

    In December 2019, acting as Mandated Lead Arranger, the Bank approved a Partial Risk Guarantee of USD 100 million towards the Sahofika project to mitigate liquidity risk. The Bank is also supporting the Power Transmission Network Reinforcement and Interconnection Project, aimed at reinforcing and expanding Madagascar’s transmission network in order to evacuate the additional power generated by this large hydro project.

    The Sahofika project is aligned with the Bank’s New Deal on Energy for Africa, and the Bank’s Climate Change Action Plan, whose collective goals include expanding green energy infrastructure for sustainable and inclusive growth. It is also in line with the Government of Madagascar’s energy policy.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  10. forum rang 10 voda 2 juni 2020 12:21
    Snowy Hydro 2.0 Exapnsion Approved by NSW

    New South Wales has approved a 2,000MW expansion of its 4,100MW Snowy hydropower scheme, in a move that could pressure demand for electricity from gas-fired plants. The project still requires approval from Australia's federal government. The hydropower plant, known as Snowy 2.0, is a key part of the Integrated System Plan blueprint to reduce the emissions intensity of Australia's power network as part of efforts to lower greenhouse gas emissions under the 2015 Paris climate agreement.

    The Snowy 2.0 project could put pressure on gas-fired plants, which have increasingly provided firming power in eastern Australia's National Electricity Market to back up renewable energy. Around 67pc of electricity in the NEM was generated from coal-fired plants over the past 12 months, while renewables provided 25pc and the remaining 8pc came from gas.

    Snowy 2.0 involves the construction of a pumped-hydropower station that will be about 800m underground and around 240m long. The project will add 350GWh of energy storage and 2,000 MW of generation capacity and play a major role in the NEM by facilitating the development of renewable energy,

    A new transmission link between NSW and Victoria state is proposed to take power from Snowy 2.0 into other parts of the NEM.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  11. forum rang 10 voda 30 juni 2020 15:58
    SNC-Lavalin & M Sullivan & Son JV Bags Ontario Power Generation’s Calabogie Generating Station Redevelopment Phase II project

    SNC-Lavalin announced that its joint venture with M Sullivan & Son has been awarded Phase 2 of the Calabogie Generating Station Redevelopment by Ontario Power Generation. The cost-reimbursable contract is valued at over $100 million with work anticipated to start in June 2020 and will take two years. This contract is within SNCL Engineering Services, the cornerstone of our strategy moving forward to greater growth and profitability.

    The JV scope will be to decommission the existing 5 MW powerhouse, excavate the forebay and tailrace in line with the hydraulic model, and construct a new two-unit powerhouse with a capacity of 10.7 MW, enough to power about 10,000 homes. The award follows the completion of the front end engineering and design phase wherein the JV developed the target cost for the execution phase through a detailed options assessment and finalization of critical designs.

    Constructed in 1917, the Calabogie Generating Station produced renewable, low-cost electricity on the Madawaska River. On Sept. 21, 2018, the station was affected by a tornado in the Ottawa-Gatineau region. Prior to this event, the generating station was nearing the end of its operational life.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  12. forum rang 10 voda 6 juli 2020 16:23
    Wudongde Hydropower Station Starts Power Generation

    China’s fourth largest Wudongde Hydropower Station on Jinsha River, the upper stretches of the Yangtze River, in the southwest province of Yunnan and Sichuan, After a 72-hour trial operation, saw its first section come online on June 29th 2020. It will have a total installed capacity of 10.2 million kilowatts, 45% of the Three Gorges Dam’s capacity, when full operations begin in July 2021. The project cost 120 billion yuan to build and should produce 38.91 billion kilowatt-hours on average per year. China Three Gorges Corporation owns the development rights of the Wudongde hydropower station and holds a 70% stake in the company formed to manage the station’s operations.

    Wudongde power station will be incorporated into China Three Gorges Corporation listed company China Yangtze Power Co, which manages four hydropower stations in China, including the Three Gorges Dam, the world’s largest power station in terms of installed capacity.

    The clean energy will be transmitted to China Southern Power Grid to help develop the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and other areas.

    The station will also serve as an important part of the Yangtze River Basin flood control system, as its reserved flood storage capacity is 2.44 billion cubic meters, equivalent to more than 170 West Lakes.

    Wudongde Hydropower Station is like an eggshell stationed at the Jinsha River's V-shaped valley. The double-curved arch dam has a maximum height of 270 meters, but its average thickness is only 40 meters, making it the world's thinnest 300-meter arch dam. Dam can block the river to form a reservoir that can store about 7.4 billion cubic meters of water.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  13. forum rang 10 voda 7 juli 2020 12:15
    Statkraft Starts Moglice Hydropower Plant in Albania

    Statkraft’s Moglice hydropower plant in Albania has started commercial operations, delivering its renewable power to the Albanian grid. Moglice is the largest of the two hydropower plants in the Devoll hydropower project and will generate approximately 450 GWh per year. Located on the Devoll river in the south-eastern part of Albania, Moglice hydropower plant comprises a 167 meters high asphalt-core rock-filled dam, a 10.7 kilometer long headrace tunnel, an underground powerhouse with two main generators of 91.5 megawatt each and a 1 megawatt eco-flow unit at the foot of the dam.

    Together with Banja hydropower plant, Statkraft’s hydropower production in the Devoll valley will reach 700 GWh per year, equal to approximately 13% of Albania’s total electricity generation.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  14. forum rang 10 voda 7 juli 2020 12:16
    Kholongchhu Hydro Energy Pact Signed in Bhutan

    The Indian government and the Kholongchhu Hydro Energy Limited signed the first joint venture hydropower project between Bhutan and India in Thimphu, six years after the foundation stone was laid. According to the agreement, concession rights are given to the developer to build, own and operate the project for a concession period of 30 years and then transfer it to the Bhutanese government in good running condition at free of cost in keeping with the Bhutan Electricity Act and Bhutan Sustainable Hydropower Development Policy.

    The Trashiyangtse-based 600MW run-of-the-river project is expected to generate about 2,568.88 million units annually. Kholongchhu Hydro Energy Limited, which is a joint venture company formed between Druk Green Power Corporation and India’s Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited, is expected to complete the project by the second half of 2025. The project is being financed through a debt-equity ratio of 70:30 with 50-50 equity holdings between the Druk Green Power Corporation and the Satluj Jal Vidyut Nigam Limited. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi had laid the foundation stone for the project during his visit to Bhutan on June 16, 2014. His Royal Highness the Gyaltshab Prince Jigme Dorji Wangchuck graced the groundbreaking ceremony on September 18, 2015.

    Pre-construction works have been completed. However, the work award for the construction of the dam, headrace tunnel and the powerhouse have been delayed as the two governments had to finalise tariff determination on a long-term power purchasing agreement before signing the agreement.

    Source : Strategic Research Institute
  15. forum rang 10 voda 8 juli 2020 12:54
    Egypte en Ethiopië vliegen elkaar in de haren om mega-dam in de Nijl

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    Ethiopië is bezig met het bouwen van een gigantische dam aan de voet van de Nijl. Egypte is bang dat het daardoor te maken krijgt met een watertekort. Daarover zijn de landen nu een propagandaoorlog begonnen die misschien wel uitloopt op een echte oorlog. Wie heeft recht op de rivier?

    Ethiopië werkt al sinds 2011 aan de bouw van de dam. Het moet de grootste dam worden in heel Afrika, de nationale trots van Ethiopië. De droom van de Ethiopiërs is dat de dam miljoenen in het land van stroom kan voorzien. In een land waar maar 45 procent van de bevolking toegang heeft tot elektriciteit, is dat een grote sprong voorwaarts.
    Het zou het land daarnaast ook een economische boost kunnen geven. Met zo'n dam wordt Ethiopië de grootste energie-exporteur van Afrika.

    Desastreuze gevolgen
    Voor Egypte is het een nachtmerrie. Het land van 100 miljoen inwoners is volledig afhankelijk van de Nijl voor drinkwater en landbouw: buiten het deltagebied van de Nijl bestaat Egypte alleen maar uit woestijn. Een afname van water in de Nijl zou desastreuze gevolgen hebben voor het land.

    Hongersnood ligt dan op de loer.
    Egypte zet daarom alles op alles om het Nijlwater veilig te stellen. De landen proberen het eens te worden over hoe snel Ethiopië het waterreservoir achter de dam mag vullen. Ethiopië wil dit binnen vier jaar voor elkaar hebben, maar Egypte hoopt op een periode van twaalf jaar en misschien wel langer – in dat geval zou er alsnog genoeg water doorstromen voor Egypte.

    Propagandaoorlog
    In beide landen verhardt nu de taal rond de dam. De Egyptische president Al-Sisi beweert dat voor Egypte de Nijl een 'kwestie van bestaan is'. Egypte voert de propagandaoorlog nu op met een gelikt Engelstalig filmpje, bedoeld voor een internationaal publiek. Daarin verwijst Egypte naar de rijke geschiedenis van het land en hoe de Nijl de bron van zijn bestaan was.

    Maar Ethiopië slaat terug. De Ethiopische premier Abiy Ahmad maakte eerder duidelijk dat 'geen macht in de wereld' zijn land kan tegenhouden in het vullen van het damreservoir. Het komt zelf ook met een Engelstalig propagandaspotje: Ethiopia speaks ('Ethiopië spreekt'). Daarin maakt het land duidelijk niet te zullen buigen voor buitenlandse druk.

    Klaar voor de strijd
    De grote vraag is nu of de landen het eens kunnen worden over de verdeling van het water. Zo niet, dan kan de wereld te maken krijgen met de eerste moderne 'wateroorlog'. Egypte heeft al eerder gewaarschuwd dat het bereid is de wapens op te pakken voor de Nijl. In antwoord daarop zegt Ethiopië dat miljoenen Ethiopiërs klaar zijn voor de strijd.

    De spanningen bereikten afgelopen week een nieuw hoogtepunt toen Ethiopië, gefrustreerd door mislukte onderhandelingen, besloot te beginnen met het vullen van de dam. Het buurland Soedan wist dit op het laatste moment te voorkomen en heeft Ethiopië en Egypte weer rond de tafel gekregen.

    Tussen twee vuren
    Ook Soedan heeft belang bij een overeenkomst. Net als Egypte is Soedan voor een groot deel afhankelijk van de Nijl, maar als buurland bevindt het zich, in het geval van oorlog, tussen twee vuren. Soedan heeft de afgelopen maand al te maken gehad met sporadische aanvallen door Ethiopische troepen op de grens. Een oorlog zou voor het land rampzalig zijn. Ethiopië heeft nu toegezegd het opvullen van de dam uit te stellen, maar het is niet gezegd dat daarmee een overeenkomst dichterbij komt.

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  16. forum rang 10 voda 7 augustus 2020 14:21
    GE Renewable Energy & Walcha Energy to Accelerate 500MW Pumped Hydro Storage Project in Australia

    ge-renewable-energy-walcha-energy_10589.jpg Image Source: GE Renewable Energy Walcha Energy

    GE Renewable Energy and Walcha Energy have signed an agreement to jointly develop the 500MW Dungowan pumped hydro storage project in the New England Renewable Energy Zone in New South Wales in Australia. Under the agreement, GE Renewable Energy’s Hydro Solutions business will provide Walcha Energy with technical and commercial support to accelerate the development of the Dungowan pumped hydro storage power plant which plays a pivotal role in the energy transition for New South Wales and Australia.

    Overall, the Walcha Energy Project has the potential to produce more than 4 GW of stable electricity from renewable sources. The Dungowan pumped hydro storage power plant is intended to anchor the broader development and ensure that the additional wind and solar resources can be reliably and safely fed into the grid. Hydropower plays a decisive role in the energy transition. Already today, 95% of all stored energy in the world is provided by hydro storage. Its storage capacity is up to 100 times higher than that of any available battery solution. Above all, however, hydropower guarantees the necessary balance and stability of the grid. With intermittent renewables, it is no longer possible to turn on or off generation nor to adjust their power output at the request of power grid operators. Hydropower is a key contributor to frequency response thanks to its flexibility in operation and ability to increase or decrease its active power. In addition, hydropower is the only renewable energy source providing inertia to the Grid.

    The New England REZ is one of the largest renewable energy zones in Australia and has been designated as a strategic priority by the NSW Government. The Walcha Energy project has the potential to provide up to 15% of NSW’s power requirements. The Dungowan pumped hydro storage power plant would provide about 2% of that power, enough to supply roughly 125,000 households with electricity.

    Source : STRATEGIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
  17. forum rang 10 voda 20 augustus 2020 17:03
    Drieklovendam staat onder druk door hevige regenval in China
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    Doordat het al maandenlang hevig regent in het midden en zuiden van China, bereikt de Drieklovendam in de rivier Jangtsekiang zijn maximale capaciteit.

    De Jangtsekiang is met ruim 6.300 kilometer de langste rivier van Azië. Ze loopt van het Tibetaanse hoogland in Midden-China via Chongquing, Wuhan en Manjing naar Sjanghai en mondt uit in de Zuid-Chinese Zee. Veel zijrivieren voeden de hoofdstroom.

    Om de rivier te temmen, heeft China in de loop der tijd diverse dammen geplaatst om overstromingen tegen te gaan, het omliggende land te irrigeren en elektriciteit op te wekken.

    Door de constante regenval kunnen de dammen het water niet meer afvoeren en stromen de stuwmeren vol. Het meer van de Drieklovendam in de Chinese provincie Hubei is 60 kilometer lang en kan 1.120 meter breed worden. Binnen een maand is het waterpeil van 155 naar 165 meter gestegen. De maximale hoogte dat het meer kan bereiken, is 175 meter boven zeeniveau.

    Niveau stuwmeer is in één maand tijd 10 meter gestegen
    De Drieklovendam laat momenteel ruim 49 miljoen liter water per seconde door, de grootste hoeveelheid sinds de opening, terwijl er aan de bovenkant 75 miljoen liter per seconde het meer instroomt. De 2,3 kilometer lange dam kan tot zo'n 98 miljoen liter water per seconde doorlaten naar het stroomgebied dat 110 meter lager ligt, maar dan moeten alle 55 gaten openstaan. Dat is tot op heden niet gebeurd, omdat dan de lagergelegen gebieden te maken krijgen met catastrofale overstromingen.

    De Drieklovendam werd in 2006 in gebruik genomen en is de grootste waterkrachtcentrale ter wereld. De Chinese overheid verzekert de bevolking dat de dam de waterdruk kan houden.

    De Grote Boeddha van Leshan bij de samenkomst van de Min Jiang en de Dadu He, twee rivieren die uitkomen in de Jangtsekiang. (Foto: Reuters)

    Ergste overstromingen sinds 1981
    De overstromingen, die het gevolg zijn van de regenval, zijn nu al de ergste sinds 1981, toen anderhalf miljoen mensen dakloos werden door het water. In juli zijn door de hevige regenval al zeker ruim vijf miljoen mensen getroffen door wateroverlast. Ruim 400.000 mensen zijn toen geëvacueerd.

    In de provincie Sichuan, stroomopwaarts van de Drieklovendam, zijn vanwege de overstromingen inmiddels 100.000 mensen in veiligheid gebracht. Vrijwilligers proberen uit alle macht om de Grote Boeddha van Leshan te beschermen. Het 71 meter hoge beeld dat tijdens de Tang-dynastie (rond 800) is gebouwd, staat momenteel met zijn tenen in het water. Dat is sinds 1949 niet meer gebeurd.

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  18. forum rang 10 voda 1 september 2020 14:19
    ANDRITZ to Supply Electro Mechanical Equipment for Kutehr Hydropower Plant in India

    ANDRITZ has received a contract from the Indian independent power producer JSW Energy (Kutehr) Limited, a 100% subsidiary of JSW Energy Limited, to supply the electro-mechanical equipment for 240 MW Kutehr hydroelectric plant located on the River Ravi in the Chamba district of Himachal Pradesh state in India. The contract will include design, manufacturing, supply, transport, erection, testing and commissioning of three Francis turbine generator units with a capacity of 80 MW each, along with associated auxiliaries and ancillary equipment. The contract will be executed by ANDRITZ’s Indian subsidiary with its manufacturing facilities in Mandideep near Bhopal and Prithla near Faridabad.

    The plant will generate approximately 955 GWh of electric power, thus supplying clean and renewable energy to around 4.6 million households.

    Source : STRATEGIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
  19. forum rang 10 voda 3 september 2020 13:25
    Megha Selects SMEC for Kundah Pumped Storage Hydropower Project

    Engineering consulting firm SMEC has been hired to support hydropower development projects in India and Nepal. Megha Engineering & Infrastructures has selected SMEC to serve as its engineering and project management services partner for the Kundah Pumped Storage Hydroelectric Project. Megha Engineering & Infrastructures is the project’s main contractor, operating under a contract with Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation, an electrical power generation and distribution undertaking owned by the Government of Tamil Nadu. The project is one of the largest pumped storage electricity generating schemes in Tamil Nadu, set to provide 500MW. The energy will be generated from the use of two reservoirs in the Nilgiris hills, a reservoir at Porthimund as the upper reservoir and Emerald as the lower reservoir.

    Meanwhile, in Nepal, SMEC has been appointed by the Department of Electricity Development to conduct a feasibility study and environmental impact assessment on the Kaligandaki Hydropower Project. Located along the border between Parbat and Myagdi, the multipurpose storage hydropower project will utilise river discharge flowing into the Kaligandaki River to generate 844 MW of power.

    Source : STRATEGIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
  20. forum rang 10 voda 7 september 2020 16:08
    Uzbekistan Secures FDA Loan to Finance Hydropower Projects

    Uzbekistan has secured a 20-year loan agreement worth EUR 55.8 million with the French Development Agency to finance the building of new hydropower plants and the modernisation of existing ones. The country hopes to generate a quarter of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030, including 3.8GW of hydropower the technology can provide cheap and environmentally-friendly electricity, save fuel resources and meet the nation’s growing demand for energy.

    Around EUR 46.5 million will contribute to the construction of a small hydropower plant in Tashkent and assist in the construction of two small projects in the Southern Fergana Canal, while EUR 9.3 million will contribute to a hydropower safety project in Charvak.

    By the end of 2020, it is expected that seven projects with additional capacity of 118.3 MW will have been commissioned.

    Source : STRATEGIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
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AEX 611,67 +0,70%
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