Environment ministers in the European Union met in an online video conference today to discuss the “green path” forward from the Covid-19 crisis.
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.
Modernising Asia's aging hydropower fleet is critical to sustaining and enhancing their vital role in the region's energy systems, writes AIIB’s David Morgado.
Emerging technological trends aimed at increasing hydropower’s flexibility, efficiency and cost-effectiveness were the subject of a workshop organised by the European Commission
This is a challenging time for individuals and communities, for the world economy, for business, the energy sector and hydropower.
Water, climate and energy are inextricably linked, writes IHA's Senior Analyst Cristina Diez Santos.
The Ministerial Plenary Session on Hydropower held at the 10th General Assembly of IRENA was a success for the Swiss delegation.
Sarawak Energy has trained a growing number of its employees to operate hydropower projects in accordance with internationally recognised sustainability guidelines.
To achieve growth in hydropower, innovation is needed to improve technologies, writes Simon Hamlyn, CEO of the British Hydropower Association.
Message from IHA's Chief Executive:
Massive progress in hydropower has been backed by supportive policies and ground-breaking civil, mechanical and electrical engineering, writes Eddie Rich, CEO of IHA
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