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Hydro open day a success
Gilkes has announced that its recent Hydro Site open day has had a fantastic turnout.
Addressing the energy-water nexus in Southern Africa
With vast hydrological resources, the pressure of growing population, increasing energy investments and the threat of climate change, the World Bank believes it is now time to...
Identifying and monitoring hydro investments
The International Hydropower Association is participating in the Climate Bonds Initiative’s Hydropower Technical Working Group.
Making collaboration work
Cross-border water projects do exist and can be successful in South Asia, despite the region's political and economic differences. Suzanne Pritchard takes a closer look at the...
A thirsty future
Freshwater scarcity will be a difficult and important challenge to overcome this century. Dam construction is seen as one solution to help increase water supplies, with the World...
The true value of infrastructure investment
As demand for infrastructure grows and economic growth slows down, governments, infrastructure investors, project owners and sponsors are being urged to rethink the value they...
The digital battlefield
Doug Wylie explains why the world’s dams are now primary targets for cyber attack.
US Federal permitting reforms - A benefit to industry?
US Federal permitting reforms for major infrastructure – will they provide relief for new hydro projects? Mike Swiger and John Clements report.
Aiming for 100% renewables
Reaching 100% renewable energy generation may seem like an audacious goal, advisory company Clean Edge says, but it is already happening. Hydropower has an important role to play,...
Is pumped storage hydro on the ropes in the US?
Nate Sandvik shares his views on the barriers that pumped storage needs to overcome before its effective development in the US