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ADPI is the Agency for the Development and Promotion of the Grand Inga site.Type:Programme itemDate:10 February 2017
The World Bank Group is an organising partner of the 2017 World Hydropower Congress, which will take place on 9 – 11 May in Addis Ababa.Type:Blog postDate:2 February 2017
Smaller scale hydropower installations are becoming increasingly popular in various regions, due often to the opportunities for retrofitting existing waterways with power generating units and the relatively short lead time in developing and constrType:Programme itemDate:1 February 2017
This session will offer an international perspective on the coordinated development and operation of hydropower with variable renewable technologies such as solar and wind, by creating high-efficiency, high-reliability hybrid projects and energy sType:Programme itemDate:19 January 2017
Connecting the hydropower resource, especially large hydropower projects, to major load centers can be challenging particularly where the load center is located a significant distance away from the generation source.Type:Programme itemDate:19 January 2017