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New Trend of Hydropower : Powering non-powered dams

 According to the Office of Energy Efficiency & Renewable Energy, tens of thousands of dams across USA don’t produce power.

The inclusion of power generation equipments to these locations will add 12 GW of new hydropower capacity to the grid.

So novel technologies are innovated to produce power from the unutilized hydrpower potential of different countries of the World.

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