As the Government of Ghana aims to nearly double the country’s installed power capacity to 5,000 MW by 2016, hydroelectricity is expected to play an important role in new develop
In 2013, a proposed new generating station at Keeyask became the first project in Canada to apply the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol – a framework for assessing pr
Anita Marangoly George is the senior director of the World Bank Group's global energy practice.
Occupying the greatest land mass in south-east Asia, Myanmar is among the world’s biggest untapped territories for hydropower, with only 2.6 GW of its more than 100 GW potential
We have enjoyed a busy year in 2014 that has taken our team around the world, connecting members regionally and participating in many sector events.
International Water Power & Dam Construction magazine, an IHA member, has recently launched a series on influential women in hydropower.
Colin Clark of the Canadian Hydropower Association talks about recent developments in the hydropower sector in Canada and share his thoughts for the future ahead of the 2015 Worl
Last year, the African Union (AU) marked its 50th anniversary with the launch of Agenda 2063, a bold new vision for the continent’s future.
Kandeh Yumkella is the United Nations under-secretary general and the chief executive of Sustainable Energy for All.
This coming May, The Nature Conservancy will serve as a main sponsor of IHA’s 2015 World Hydropower Congress in Beijing, along with major hydropower companies such as China Three
Located in Beijing’s beautiful Huairou District, the new Yanqi Lake complex will, in May, play host as 1,000 leading representatives of governments, banks, civil society, academi
Jean-François Astolfi, EDF vice-president, discusses hydropower and the difficulties faced by developing countries, ahead of the World Hydropower Congress in Beijing (19–21 May 2
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