Massive progress in hydropower has been backed by supportive policies and ground-breaking civil, mechanical and electrical engineering, writes Eddie Rich, CEO of IHA
By Eddie Rich, CEO, International Hydropower Association
Almost 100 per cent of Uruguay’s electricity is generated from hydropower and other renewable resources.
The Government of Uganda is committed to the sustainable development of its hydropower resources.
Nepal’s government is seeking to attract investment in the country’s vast hydropower resources, while exploring regional energy interconnections, as a way of reducing reliance on
The Indonesian government’s strategy for hydropower development aims at boosting industrial growth, reducing carbon emissions and achieving energy independence, writes Honourable
The Canadian government will work with international partners to promote opportunities for hydropower, eliminate barriers for renewable energy, and share best practices and benef
Benefit sharing considers the fair and equitable distribution of the costs and benefits of a hydropower project, writes Eduard Wojczynski, consultant at Manitoba Hydro Internatio
Water power is establishing itself as the number one asset in reaching Canada's climate change goals, writes Anne-Raphaëlle Audouin, President of WaterPower Canada.
Benoît Revaz, Director at the Swiss Federal Office of Energy, talks about hydropower's role in Switzerland since it became the base for the country’s electrification at the start of the 20th century.
Tasmania is increasing interconnection, developing new pumped hydro and repurposing existing hydropower assets in a bid to become Australia's water battery, says Tammy Chu, Managing Director of Entura.
Nominations are now open for the 2019 IHA Board elections, which will take place between May and July this year.
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