This article is featured in the 2017 Hydropower Status Report, launched at the World Hydropower Congress in Addis Ababa in May 2017.
The 2017 World Hydropower Congress closed on Thursday 11 May with strong commitments from multiple stakeholders towards delivering better hydro.
This article is written in collaboration with the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), and is featured in the 2017 Hydropower Status Report.
The Blanda hydropower project in Iceland is the 2017 winner of the IHA Blue Planet Prize, which recognises projects that demonstrate excellence in sustainable development.
The second day of the 2017 World Hydropower Congress featured the first set of focus sessions on key hydropower topics, the launch of a new tool for reporting on hydropower's car
This article is taken from the 2017 World Hydropower Congress handbook.
The 2017 World Hydropower got under way at the United Nations Conference Center, Addis Ababa, on Tuesday 9 May.
Alexandros Korkovelos is a winner of the 2017 IHA Young Researcher of the Year award.
Rafael Schmitt is a winner of the 2017 IHA Young Researcher of the Year award.
Sara Mercier-Blais is a winner of the 2017 IHA Young Researcher of the Year award.
At the 2015 World Hydropower Congress, The Nature Conservancy promoted the potential for sustainable hydropower – particularly through system-scale approaches to planning and man
On her first day in office in Addis Ababa, we spoke to Dr Amani Abou-Zeid, the new African Union Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy, about her vision for
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