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Hydro


Large and small hydropower, hydrokinetic, and ocean power projects and technologies

Hydro, Gas Projects Aim to Bolster Cameroon’s Electricity Supply

A new hydroelectric dam in Cameroon is expected to begin producing power by the end of this year, with commercial operation beginning in 2024, according to an official with the…



Utilizing Data Is Key for Top Grid, Power Plant Performance

The wealth of data available for today‚Äôs power generators is supporting more efficient electricity production, and more reliability and resiliency for the grid. There are many reasons utilities and power…


POWER Digest [May 2023]

News briefs from the world's power industry curated by POWER's editors. European Grid Operator Secures 22 GW of HVDC Projects European transmission system operator (TSO) TenneT will lead a charge…


Winter Demand for Coal, Gas Falls Across EU Despite Energy Concerns

An analysis from an energy research group shows European Union (EU) countries burned less coal and natural gas for power generation than in prior years, despite an ongoing energy crisis…


POWER Digest [April 2023]

New Natural Gas-Fired Plant Approved for Philippines. San Miguel Consolidated Power Corp. (SMCPC), a wholly owned subsidiary of SMC Global Power Holdings Corp., said it received environmental approval to build…


Henry Ford, J.P. Morgan, and FDR: Big Players in U.S. Hydropower History

When you study the history of hydropower, you expect to learn about people like British-American engineer James Francis, who developed the first modern hydro turbine in 1849. A testament to…