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Cameroon’s Lom Pangar gets World Bank funding, new hydro project progresses The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors has approved a US$132 million loan for Cameroon’s 56 MW Lom Pangar project while the nation’s leaders and an energy developer announced plans for a new, unrelated project. The World Bank’s zero-interest financing for Lom Pangar is being made to “support the […]
Proper attention to the installation and use of bearings and seals at hydro facilities can save time and money, as well as provide confidence in the long-term operation of the plant.
BTM's International Wind Energy Development -- World Market Update 2008, was published in March 2009. This detailed report summarizes the key movements and statistics from the wind industry over the last year, and also offers predictions for the likely performance of the industry in forthcoming years. What follows is a brief summary of some of BTM's conclusions.
At the start of 2009, biomass was included in the US' stimulus plan, marking the start of a promising year for the sector. Since then, new projects have been announced worldwide and the UK's Drax Power Station is set to start co-firing biomass and coal to become the largest biomass plant in the world. Here are some of the leading players in this fast-growing renewables sector.
U.S. awards transformer contract to Gardner Zemke
The annual report counts 15 states with projects currently under consideration or development: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Between confirmed and unconfirmed projects there are a total of 146 geothermal projects in development, the report said.
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) finished a $298 million, 15-year upgrade of its 2,515-MW Robert Moses Niagara power plant.
Brookfield Power is renovating four hydro plants on the Lower Raquette River in New York.
A round-up of renewable energy news from around the world.
Brascan Energética has received about 5.3 million euros (US$7.5 million) for the sale of carbon emission reductions from ten small hydro facilities in Brazil.