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
Stefan Schmutz is a professor at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna, Austria, and heads the Institute of Hydrobiology and Aquatic Ecosystem Managemen
Donal O’Leary has represented Transparency International throughout the multi-stakeholder methodology that created and now governs the
The results of a Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol assessment of Kabeli-A, a 37.6 MW run-of-river hydropower project under preparation in Nepal, have been published.
The Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol is a tool that measures hydropower projects across a range of s
James Dalton is the coordinator of global initiatives for the IUCN Water Programme.
Mattia Celio is program manager at the Swiss State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), Economic Cooperation and Development D
Jian-Hua Meng is senior sustainable hydropower specialist at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF).
As the Government of Ghana aims to nearly double the country’s installed power capacity to 5,000 MW by 2016, hydroelectricity is expected to play an important role in new develop
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