Benoît Revaz, Director at the Swiss Federal Office of Energy, talks about hydropower's role in Switzerland since it became the base for the country’s electrification at the start of the 20th century.
Tasmania is increasing interconnection, developing new pumped hydro and repurposing existing hydropower assets in a bid to become Australia's water battery, says Tammy Chu, Managing Director of Entura.
12 April 2019
The International Hydropower Association has begun the search to identify its next Chief Executive Officer.
4 April 2019
The International Hydropower Association’s Activity and Strategy Report for 2018-2019 is now available online.
The publication provides an overview of IHA’s mission and activities to advance sustainable hydropower, sharing highlights from its knowledge building and sustainability programmes over the past year.
The Power of Water Canada trade show, organised by the Ontario Waterpower Association, brings together product and service providers specific to the hydroelectric sector in Canada.
Established in 2010, the trade show offers a range of networking activities which provide exhibitors with the opportunity to make connections and build alliances with hydroelectric professionals, indigenous communities and provincial and federal government representatives.
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Nominations are now open for the 2019 IHA Board elections, which will take place between May and July this year. These elections will decide the international representatives who will shape and direct our work over the next two years.
21 March 2019
The early bird registration rate for the closes on Friday 22 March.
The world’s most important gathering of hydropower decision-makers, innovators and experts is in Paris from 14-16 May, bringing together representatives of industry, government, finance, civil society and academia.
21 March 2019
IHA members can now stand for election to the association’s Board.
Nominations are open for the IHA Board elections, which will take place between May and July 2019.
14 March 2019
Africa’s fourth largest river basin, the Zambezi, offers vast hydropower resources that can support sustainable economic development and prosperity across southern Africa.
The river basin’s technical potential of nearly 15,000 megawatts in installed hydropower capacity could prove sufficient to meet the estimated combined electricity demand of Angola, Botswana, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe – known as the Riparian States.