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Long-term investments are the norm when it comes to hydroelectric projects and Nord Trøndelag Elektrisitetsverk Energi AS (NTE) is maintaining the status quo. On Nov. 19, the Steinkjer, Norway-based utility issued US$110 million in green bonds to refinance four hydroelectric projects it purchased in 2004.

American Municipal Power, which is currently developing several hydro projects, recently named Scott Kiesewetter senior vice president of generation operations and Christopher Easton vice president of business operations.

Technology and equipment giant Siemens AG has decided to sell its tidal energy company, Marine Current Turbines Ltd., citing slow development in the marine and hydrokinetics sector.

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission relicensed in October an expanded three-dam hydro project in Vermont and accepted a license application for a project to be built at eight dams on the New York canal system.

MWH Global has promoted three employees to senior vice president, according to a press release issued by the company, which is a provider of water and natural resources solutions for built infrastructure, including hydroelectric power, and the environment.

At a cost of US$1.5 billion, the 510-MW Zangmu hydroelectric project in Gyaca County, Shannan Prefecture, of China's Tibet Autonomous Region began producing a portion of its total generating capacity on Nov. 22. The run-of-river project is located on the Brahmaputra River (Yarlung Tsangpo, as it is known in Tibet).  

Fitch Ratings on Nov. 21 said it has affirmed the 'A' rating on bonds that support three American Municipal Power Inc. (AMP) hydroelectric projects on the Ohio River.

Municipal water supplier Romagna Acque-Societa delle Fonti S.p.A. has awarded contracts for the supply of turbine-generators and other equipment at four micro-hydroelectric power projects in Italy.

The last remaining worker on the 2,078-MW Hoover Dam hydro project, 98-year-old Joseph Darwin Colby, died on Nov. 12.

Blair Nimmo and Gary Fraser of KPMG have been appointed as joint administrators of Pelamis Wave Power, based in Edinburgh, Scotland. Pelamis officials announced Nov. 21 the wave energy company has been unable to secure additional funding required for further development of Pelamis’ wave energy technology.

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