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  1. This article is from ECHO Asia Note #3 Rugged northeastern Myanmar is home to the Lahu, Shan, Akha, Palaung and various other ethnic groups. With few paved roads and only a small percentage of the Shan State's population connected to the electrical grid, infrastructure serving the locals is still...
  2. This manual will enable the reader to assess the possibility and desirability of installing a small hydroelectric power plant, select the type of machinery most suitable for installation, and order turbine and generating equipment. It will also serve as a guide in actual construction and...
  3. 2011-01-01 Pumps as Turbines: A user’s guideis a practical handbook for engineers and technicians involved in designing and installing small water-power schemes for isolated houses and communities. It concerns the use of standard pump units as a low-cost alternative to conventional turbines to provide...
  4. This booklet describes an improved and more efficient mill that has been developed for use in Nepal. In view of the various types of equipment that can be driven from the central power unit, it has become known as the multi-purpose power-unit. (MPPU) 37 pages, illustrated
  5. 1986-01-01 This sourcebook is a preliminary effort to prepare a reference book which covers many of the aspects of planning and implementing micro-hydropower schemes in developing countries. 285 pages, illustrated, photos
  6. The BGET provides hands-on appropriate technology training and financial support to village innovators in ethnic minority areas on both sides of the Thai/Burma border. BGET’s Knowledge Base offers a wealth of technical downloads in English and Thai related to renewable energy technologies for...