The Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) has ordered the suspension until January of electricity Generation at the Kariba Dam, which supplies power to Zimbabwe until January due to water shortage.
The World Bank is financing a tender to equip state-owned hydroelectric power plants in Ukraine with battery energy storage systems (BESS), as the country’s power infrastructure is being battered by missiles from Russia.
HQI US Holding, a subsidiary of Hydro Québec of Canada, will acquire Great River Hydro for around $2 billion.
Atura Power has awarded a contract to Cummins to design and manufacture a 20 MW electrolyser system for Niagara Hydrogen Centre in Ontario, Canada.
China’s drought has caused it to increase coal consumption as lack of hydroelectric generation forces it to turn to coal to meet electricity demand.
EDP Brazil has agreed to sell its 198 MW Mascarenhas hydropower plant to Victory Hill Global Sustainable Energy Opportunities (GSEO) of the UK for $235 million.
A persistent drought in China’s Sichuan province has caused provincial authorities to order power cuts to homes, businesses, and factories.
GE Research has been awarded a 30-month $4.3 million project by the US Department of Energy’s Power technologies Office to improve both the operating capacity and flexibility of hydropower assets.
The Electricity Generating Public Company Limited (EGCO), Thailand’s first power generation IPP, has started commercial operation of the Nam Theun 1 hydropower plant in Laos.
Joao Galamba, Portugal’s Energy Secretary, said that the country was totally opposed to an EU proposal for member states to cut gas usage until March because it would hamper electricity production when the country faces an extreme drought.