Our annual activity report, Advancing Sustainable Hydropower, reviews our work in 2013 and outlines our vision for the future.
Last week, African and European political and business leaders met in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to lay out bold plans for Africa’s energy future, with hydropower at the forefront.
Gil Maranhão Neto is the director of business development at GDF Suez Energy Brasil.
We have launched a poster to introduce people to the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol as part of the Hydro4LIFE project.
Even when countries have a wealth of untapped hydropower potential available, why can it still remain a challenge to entice financial investors to become involved?
With a total hydropower capacity of about 140,000MW and bold plans for new deployment to drive economic growth, Latin America and the Caribbean are at the forefront of innovation
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