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Attracting investment in Hydro Power

 Hydropower is a strategic industry in Central Asia, as industrial production is developing and digitalization is ongoing in the region. How to attract investment in the hydropower sector, improve cooperation and develop green energy in the region? These issues were discussed by the participants of the international congress "Hydropower Central Asia and Caspian 2020" held in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan on Febr ...

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Hydropower to help Nepal reduce deficit with India

The cooperation between India and Nepal in the hydropower sector would help the Himalayan nation, blessed with enormous hydel potential, reduce huge trade deficit with India, a top Indian diplomat said on Monday. Charge d''Affaires of Embassy of India, Nepal Ajay Kumar while addressing a programme organised by Nepal India Friendship Society in Kathmandu to mark the 71st Republic Day of India said the relati ...

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Worlds largest hydro/solar floating power project Thailand

The consortium of BGRIM Power – Energy China , comprising  B Grimm Power Plc (BGRIM) and China Energy Engineering Group Shanxi Electric Power Engineering Co Ltd. (Energy China) has signed a EPC contract to build the world’s largest hydro-floating solar hybrid project for the Electricity Generating Authority of Thailand (Egat). BGRIMM Power – Energy China consortium as selected bidder with the deal wort ...

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Limiting climate change by switching to hydropower

Human activities currently consume close to 150,000 terawatt-hours of energy each year – 25 times more than in 1800. Today’s energy supplies are largely derived from fossil fuels, which have been proved to contribute significantly to climate change. “It's clear that they are great pollutants,” Eddie Rich, CEO of International Hydropower Association, a non-profit organisation working to advance sustainable h ...

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Thai Hydro run-off dam met with reservation

The hydro-electric power plant planned in Luang Prabang will not have any big transboundary impact on Thailand, said the head of Laos' Department of Energy Policy and Planning, who argued that with Thailand's support, the project stands to benefit everyone. Department chief Chansaveng Buongnong said hydro-electric power generation lies at the heart of Laos' core economic development strategy due to the abun ...

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Sarawaks plans new Borneo power grid

KUCHING: Federal government is seeking to increase Malaysia’s target of renewable energy generation to 20 per cent in the next six years to improve on the energy trilemma of security, reliability and affordability.Regionally, Asean has set out to make 23 per cent of its primary energy renewable by 2025, compared to 9.4 per cent in 2014, five years ago, in tandem with global megatrends in population gro ...

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Denham Capital Buy 2 Hydropower projects in Vietnam

A Denham Capital venture acquired 94% of the equity in Song Giang Hydropower JSC, which owns two hydropower projects in Vietnam with a combined 49 megawatts of capacity. Nexif Energy, which Denham formed in 2015 with Singapore’s Nexif Pte, will get the 37-megawatt Song Giang 2 plant, which has been operating in Khanh Hoa province since December 2014, as well as the 12-megawatt Song Giang 1 plant under const ...

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Damming the Mekong?

Laos has dismissed fears that its next hydropower dam on the Mekong River would devastate downstream communities after neighboring countries and rights groups raised their doubts at a regional forum in the capital last week. The tiny landlocked country announced its intentions to go ahead with the 1,460 MW Luang Prabang dam in July, making it the fifth of nine dams it has planned for the waterway to move fo ...

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$60 Mln USD ADB Finance for Nepal Hydro Project

 The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has signed a 60 million dollar financing package with Nepal Water and Energy Development Company (NWEDC) to help build and operate a 216-megawatt run-of-the-river hydropower plant on the Trishuli River near the capital Kathmandu. The project is one of the largest private sector investments in Nepal to date. It will enhance the country's energy security by helping to utilise ...

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ADB to Finance New Hydropower in Uzbekistan

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $60 million loan to construct hydropower plants (HPPs) capable of adding 25 megawatts (MW) capacity, which will help the Government of Uzbekistan achieve its goal of diversifying the country’s energy mix through greater use of clean energy sources and lowering carbon emissions, ADB’s Country Office in Uzbekistan said. “ADB’s assistance to help build HPPs will ...

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