HydroVision Brasil

   
The Preeminent Conference And Exhibition For All Things Hydropower In Brazil
As a key component of the energy industry, hydropower is currently contributing around one-sixth of all global electricity, but is expected to play an even larger role in the future of global energy supply as the inevitable shift to renewable energy occurs. With the critical need of increasing global energy supply to meet demand - and the necessity to lower emissions of carbon dioxide - the opportunities for the hydropower sector have never been so great. Entering its 4th year in 2014, HydroVision Brasil is Brazil’s only event dedicated 100% to the hydropower industry. The educational program is designed specifically for individuals working within the utility and private power sectors, as well as engineering and commercial personnel from the equipment manufacturing and consulting fields. The event features content directly relevant to the day-to-day operations of the hydroelectric industry, focusing on solutions and practical approaches to timely issues and challenges.

HRW - Hydro Review Worldwide

  HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide's mission is to provide a worldwide network for sharing practical, technical information and expertise on hydroelectric power. HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide brings together the international community sharing a common interest in hydro.

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Hydro Review

  Hydro Review's goal is to provide readers with reliable, relevant information on the issues and challenges encountered in the North American hydro industry. Hydro Review offers practical, useful information, helpful examples, and constructive guidance from experts.

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The first "significant" hydraulic steel structures are now being installed at the 1,285-MW Xayaburi hydroelectric plant in Laos, consulting engineers KGAL and Whesseo report.

President Obama has nominated Arkansas utility regulator Colette Honorable to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to succeed Commissioner John Norris who announced his resignation Aug. 7.

Nalcor Energy's Churchill Falls (Labrador) Corp. has appealed a Quebec Superior Court judgment that upholds an agreement that requires Newfoundland to sell power from the 5,428-MW Churchill Falls hydroelectric project to Quebec for a fraction of its value.

Deloitte Consulting LLP of the United States has received a contract to help implement laws and regulations in the republic of Georgia governing water resources, facilitating investment in hydropower development and promoting energy trading between Georgia and neighboring countries.

Canadian utility Manitoba Hydro has authorized modular builder Britco to commence the second phase of construction camp work at the 695-MW Keeyask hydroelectric project in Manitoba.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has agreed to provide assistance totaling US$217 million to support construction of the 290-MW Nam Ngiep 1 hydroelectric project on the Nam Ngiep River in Laos.

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A final explosion Aug. 26 removed the remains of 12-MW Glines Canyon Dam, fully opening the Elwha River to salmon passage in Washington's Olympic National Park.

N. Christian Porse is now project manager with Mavel Americas Inc.

Duke Energy filed an application Aug. 27 with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission seeking to relicense its 867.6-MW Keowee-Toxaway hydroelectric project in South Carolina and North Carolina.

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