HYBRID POWER PLANT WITH SOLAR PANELS AND RIVER TURBINE AS OPTIMAL SOLUTION FOR DECENTRALIZED ELECTRIFICATION IN COLOMBIA
More than half of Colombia's territory is located outside the National Interconnected System, which means that people living in these areas are dependent on alternative solutions to get access to electricity. Since the grid extension to these regions is too expensive, other decentralized and off-grid solutions are required. Within this scenario, the Colombian government has promoted the development of projects using renewable sources of energy.
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Canada gets 60 percent of its electricity from hydropower, and more capacity is in the works.
Highlights the Success and Potential of American Hydropower
Winners Will Be Eligible for Prize Purse of More Than $2 Million in DOE's Latest Public Prize Challenge
Ocean Power Technologies to Proceed to the Next Phase of U.S. DoE Power Take-Off Technology Contract
The next phase of this project is included in OPT's backlog as listed in its 10-Q for the period ended January 31, 2015.
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