The ways in which low-carbon, reliable and sustainable energy will be provided in the future are being designed today.
Profound changes in the ways people use and produce energy are underway, and ambitious programmes to increase the contribution of renewables are having an impact on regional infrastructure planning, including grid interconnections at national and regional levels, and the development of an integrated energy system.
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ADPI is the Agency for the Development and Promotion of the Grand Inga site.Type:Programme itemDate:10 February 2017
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 achievements by IHA member companies this year.Type:Blog postDate:19 December 2016
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 such as Laos, Kenya, Sarawak (Malaysia), China (198Type:Blog postDate:14 December 2016
We are taking the pulse of the hydropower sector at large in this year's annual issues survey. You are invited to take part.Type:Blog postDate:24 November 2016
The last ten years have seen the number of power purchase agreements (PPAs) increase dramatically around the world.Type:Programme itemDate:13 October 2016