Sustainable hydropower can help governments to limit the impacts of climate change, provided policy-makers and planners adopt the right tools.
Blog by Arturo Alarcón, Senior Energy Specialist at IDB and Maria Ubierna, Hydropower Specialist at IHA
The modernisation of the hydropower fleet in Latin America and the Caribbean needs to go beyond 'business as usual', write Arturo Alarcón, Senior Energy Specialist at the Inter-A
IHA's Sustainability Specialist Alain Kilajian writes about working to promote sustainability in hydropower development.
Emerging technological trends aimed at increasing hydropower’s flexibility, efficiency and cost-effectiveness were the subject of a workshop organised by the European Commission
Water, climate and energy are inextricably linked, writes IHA's Senior Analyst Cristina Diez Santos.
To achieve growth in hydropower, innovation is needed to improve technologies, writes Simon Hamlyn, CEO of the British Hydropower Association.
Nominations are now open for the 2019 IHA Board elections, which will take place between May and July this year.
This case study is featured in Better Hydro: Compendium of Case Studies 2017, which highlights examples of good practice in hydropower sustainability across all aspects of project development.
An application of the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol at Shardara in Kazakhstan led to a broader regional initiative.
The Reventazón Hydroelectric Project (RHP) is one of the first Latin American hydroelectric projects to use a river offset approach.
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