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Hydroelectric project under construction in Chilean Andes
Chacayes thumbnail Hatch is Owner's Engineer for the greenfield 111-MW Chacayes hydroelectric project in a seismically active region, partially located on a national reserve. Our responsibilities for the environmentally sensitive project include review of detailed civil design and drawings, and equipment supply.

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Improving thermal power asset management in Australia
CS Energy thumbnail Hatch is a key contributor to the implementation of an asset management improvement strategy for CS Energy's thermal power stations across Queensland, Australia. The multi-faceted project will consolidate processes across CS Energy to mitigate and reverse asset deterioration and enable sustained increased asset reliability and performance.

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Evaluating T&D in a market-driven system
T&D thumbnail The challenges of connecting proposed new generation sources to the grid, and those associated with rapid changes in usage patterns of T&D systems, combine to demand a long-term and system-wide perspective to ensure rational and prudent system development. Hatch helps developers, owners and operators assess the myriad system impacts involved in planning for secure and reliable power.

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From ice to electricity: The McLeod Dam story
McLeod Dam thumbnail Quinte Conservation's McLeod ice-control dam in Belleville, Canada, was 28 years old when Hatch accepted the challenge to expand the dam's duties to include power generation.

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Guest article: First Nations perspectives on hydroelectric power
John Kim Bell In April, John Kim Bell was keynote speaker at Water Power—The New Renewable, the 41st Annual HG Acres Seminar sponsored by Hatch. In this guest article, he recaps key points from his address, including suggestions for improving the industrial involvement by and economic benefit to Canada's Aboriginal communities.

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