On Thursday 4 September at World Water Week 2014 in Stockholm, we collaborated with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the International Union
On Thursday 4 September at World Water Week 2014 in Stockholm, we joined with the Centre for Environmental Design of Renewable Energy (CEDREN) and the United Nations Institute fo
A seminar at World Water Week 2014 brought together learning from Brazil and Sweden to examine how hydropower’s effects on the flow regimes of rivers can be sustainably managed.
In 2050 the world's population could be 10 billion.
A conglomerate operating in 23 countries through its 15 businesses, three investment funds and five supporting companies, Odebrecht Organisation employs nearly 200,000 people tod
On 5–6 August, hydropower stakeholders congregated at the National Conference on Hydropower in India, organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FIC
This short video introduces the role of hydropower in the world today and the future challenges for sustainable development.
In the first week of August 2014, the Indian hydropower sector gathered in Delhi to discuss possible pathways for the development of hydropower in the country.
Roger Gill is an international consultant and company director. He speaks about the sustainability challenges in a highly communicative world.
On Tuesday 1 July we teamed up with our REN Alliance partners and the International Renewbable Energy Agency (IRENA) to host a webinar on renewables integration.
An independent scientific study has shown that the impact of run-of-river hydroelectric projects on salmon has been minimal based on the monitoring data provided to date.
Jindal Power Limited, India’s leading power generation company with a portfolio of 15,000 MW in various stages of operation, implementation, development and planning in hydro and
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