At the end of 2016 we can look back on a year of progress for hydropower, with many development landmarks achieved around the world. We have compiled some of the most notable ach
Helen Locher is a recipient of the Mosonyi Award for Excellence in Hydropower, an award that recognises individuals within IHA's membership for outstanding contributions to the sector.
Hydropower, as an affordable, reliable and sustainable source of electricity, has played an important role in the growth and industrialisation of many emerging market economies s
Gabriel Azevedo is a recipient of the Mosonyi Award for Excellence in Hydropower, an award that recognises individuals within IHA's membership for outstanding contributions to th
On Friday 4 November 2016, the Paris Agreement entered into force, affirming a worldwide commitment to keep global warming to no more than 2°C above pre-industrial levels.
We are taking the pulse of the hydropower sector at large in this year's annual issues survey.
Historically, independent power producers (IPPs) have not been major players in the sector in sub-Saharan Africa.
The 23rd World Energy Congress on 9–13 October in Istanbul, Turkey, will feature a discussion on hydropower’s role in a water-stressed world.
Climate change is already having a significant impact on the world as we know it. Rising global temperatures are accelerating glacial melting around the world.
Eric Martel is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Hydro-Québec, having taken up the role in July 2015.
It has long been accepted that every hydropower project is unique, and that bespoke design solutions are required for each project.
The west coast of South Korea, with its winding rias, many-sized inlets and wide tidal range, is a rich repository of tidal energy resources.
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