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hydroelectrical

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  • adj. hydroelectric

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Examples

  • Investigators say the blast at the Helmand hydroelectrical plant was detonated by remote control.

    CNN Transcript Mar 29, 2008

  • We are working full power in the construction of the thermoelectric plants, oil explorations, chemical factories and industries, the Cienfuegos oil refinery, the electronuclear plant -- which together with the hydroelectrical plant [hidroacumuladora] will enable the country to produce 2,000 kilowatts [corrects himself] 2,000 megawatts or 2 million kilowatts, which is more than five times the capacity we had before the revolution.

    FIFTH UJC CONGRESS CLOSING 6 APR

  • In Brazil, French enterprises are building the important chemical products plant in Cabo-Frio, near Rio-deJaneiro, and the company called "Les Grands Travaux de Marseille" is constructing the great dam and the hydroelectrical station of Cacheeira Dourada on the Paraniba river.

    The Present Day Spirit in France

  • Soon we had our transcontinental railways with their arterial branches; our hydroelectrical development, the finest in the world.

    An Address by Major L.L. Anthes

  • At a ceremony held at the United Nations compound of the Brazilian peacekeeper contingent, four axis of bilateral cooperation were agreed upon, ranging from educational assistance to agricultural and hydroelectrical programs.

    WN.com - Articles related to Detained Salvadoran wanted in Cuba: Chavez

  • They have the technology to produce any amount of power they could ever need - without oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear power ... and most assuredly without hydroelectrical power.

    ZPEnergy.com

  • Also this week, Eaton won a contract with the Army Corps of Engineers to supply $2.5 million in electrical products and services to upgrade the Hartwell Dam hydroelectrical power plant in Savannah, Georgia.

    Philadelphia Business News - Local Philadelphia News | The Philadelphia Business Journal

  • One of the main hydroelectrical plant, Cariblanco, has been damaged and will have to cease activities for a long period according to the national power authority (ICE).

    ReliefWeb - Headlines

  • Asian glaciers, in particular, pose the highest threat because they fuel several large rivers, that, in turn, provide energy - both hydroelectrical and nuclear - and water to more than 2 billion people.

    Softpedia News - Global

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