It has long been accepted that every hydropower project is unique, and that bespoke design solutions are required for each project.
The west coast of South Korea, with its winding rias, many-sized inlets and wide tidal range, is a rich repository of tidal energy resources.
We have entered an era where climate risk is real, with extreme events and changes in hydrological patterns increasingly expected.
At the site of the 1,332 MW Ingula pumped storage plant, which is currently in the final stages of development, Eskom is actively taking steps to conserve the environment for fut
Myanmar’s rivers provide a reliable source of water for navigation and irrigation, and support food production and livelihoods.
Under the conditions of climate change, exceptional flooding events are becoming more frequent.
We are moving towards the public release of the G-res tool, a framework for reporting the likely greenhouse-gas (GHG) impact of freshwater reservoirs.
Hydropower projects can bring significant benefits to developing and emerging economies, providing essential services such as electricity generation, freshwater management and cl
The shift in how hydropower is being developed is marked.
In May 2015, we hosted the World Hydropower Congress in Beijing, China. One of the key organising partners was the China Society for Hydropower Engineering.
During times of emergency, the public and the authorities rely on being provided with timely, accurate and relevant information to make the necessary decisions and take action.
Issues of climate resilience and climate change adaptation have become increasingly important for large infrastructure investments.
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