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
In 2013, a proposed new generating station at Keeyask became the first project in Canada to apply the Hydropower Sustainability Assessment Protocol – a framework for assessing pr
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.
International Water Power & Dam Construction magazine, an IHA member, has recently launched a series on influential women in hydropower.
This coming May, The Nature Conservancy will serve as a main sponsor of IHA’s 2015 World Hydropower Congress in Beijing, along with major hydropower companies such as China Three
The WBCSD Pledge for Access to Safe Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH) at the Workplace was
For those of you planning on flying into Bhutan, don’t watch this – I hadn’t when I flew
On Thursday 4 September at World Water Week 2014 in Stockholm, we collaborated with the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) and the International Union
On 5–6 August, hydropower stakeholders congregated at the National Conference on Hydropower in India, organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FIC
This short video introduces the role of hydropower in the world today and the future challenges for sustainable development.
Roger Gill is an international consultant and company director. He speaks about the sustainability challenges in a highly communicative world.
An independent scientific study has shown that the impact of run-of-river hydroelectric projects on salmon has been minimal based on the monitoring data provided to date.
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