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  • A regulated river showing loss of river-flood plain connectivity

    Downstream flows: a basin-wide approach

    The quantity, timing and quality of river flows all have a marked impact on the sustainability of freshwater and estuarine ecosystems.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    10 September 2015
  • Poatina Re-regulation Storage, Tasmania

    Downstream flows: five points to consider

    I’m going to outline five key issues which the hydropower industry might raise when considering changes to downstream flow regimes.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    10 September 2015
  • 2015 Hydropower Status Report

    2015 Hydropwer Status Report available for download

    The 2015 Hydropower Status Report is now available for download, providing comprehensive insights into new global developments in the sector, statistics on new installed capacity, detailed regional analysis, and more.

    Type:
    News post
    Date:
    1 September 2015
  • Longyangxia solar PV–hydro hybrid

    Case study: solar PV–hydro hybrid system at Longyangxia, China

    In December 2013, after only nine months of construction, the Gonghe PV solar park was commissioned and connected to the power grid via the nearby Longyangxia hydropower plant on the Yellow River.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    28 August 2015
  • Mike Muller

    Video: "If you are a climate fund, you should be funding hydropower"

    Mike Muller is the commissioner of South Africa's National Planning Commission. Speaking in May 2015 at the World Hydropower Congress, he discusses the case for hydropower's inclusion in climate funding.

    Type:
    Blog post
    Date:
    20 August 2015

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