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IHA and World Bank promote sustainable hydro in Zambezi basin

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.

The Sustainable Energy for All Charrettes

Sustainable Energy for All (SEforALL) will convene a set of charrettes which will use the principles of design thinking to focus on intensive inquiry, challenging assumptions and bringing new perspectives with the expectation that together, participants will be able to identify specific pathways and detailed next steps and actions. As with all events convened by SEforALL, the charrettes will be diverse and inclusive.


Date: Tue, 06/18/2019 to Thu, 06/20/2019
Location: Amsterdam, Netherlands
Type: Sector event

Reward excellence in hydropower by casting a 2019 Mosonyi award nomination

15 February 2019 

Nominations are now open for the International Hydropower Association’s prestigious Mosonyi Award for Excellence in Hydropower.

The award recognises individuals for their outstanding contributions to the hydropower sector and will be presented at the World Hydropower Congress between 14 and 16 May 2019, in Paris, France.

Named after the renowned engineer Prof Dr Emil Mosonyi, IHA’s founding President, the award is for one or more of the following:


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