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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Three French energy associations, representing hydropower producers across France, have described seven steps they believe can boost France's hydropower sector.Type:News postDate:18 July 2017
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The 2017 World Hydropower Congress took place on 9–11 May in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.Type:Blog postDate:31 May 2017
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The 2017 World Hydropower Congress opened at the United Nations Conference Center in Addis Ababa on Tuesday 9 May.Type:News postDate:9 May 2017