The 2015 World Hydropower Congress has drawn to a close. Here we take a look at the highlights of the final two days of the congress.
The 2015 World Hydropower got under way at the iconic Sunrise Kempinski Hotel at Yanqi Lake, Beijing, China on Tuesday 19 May.
A new IHA briefing, 2015 Key Trends in Hydropower, shows that hydropower is continuing its strong growth trend with 36 GW of new capacity added in 2014.
Hydropower is undergoing a worldwide renaissance; but what are the factors driving it? In this interview, Richard Taylor, chief executive of the International Hy
How is hydropower financing changing, and how is risk managed in the sector?
Lei Zhang is an energy specialist at the Asian Development Bank (ADB), with a portfolio that covers projects in Bangladesh, Nepal, India and Bhutan.
The 2015 World Hydropower Congress is being hosted in Beijing, China on 19–21 May 2015.
The Shisanling pumped-storage hydropower station, set close to China’s iconic Ming tombs, combines history with modern technological achievement.
The International Hydropower Association is working with UNESCO and IEA-Hydro to build a better understanding of hydropower's greenhouse gas footprint and role in mitigation.
Benedito Braga is the president of the World Water Council (WWC). In this video interview, he spoke with us about the water and energy nexus, and hydropower’s role in it.
Occupying the greatest land mass in south-east Asia, Myanmar is among the world’s biggest untapped territories for hydropower, with only 2.6 GW of its more than 100 GW potential
We have enjoyed a busy year in 2014 that has taken our team around the world, connecting members regionally and participating in many sector events.
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