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Asian experiences
01 October, 2007
A number of new projects are being developed throughout Asia to take advantage of the continents immense hydroelectric potential. IWP&DC talked to Norman Bishop of global engineering and construction firm MWH about the company's experiences of working in the region and asked what he thinks are the key areas for growth in the future

Egyptian wonder - building Naga Hammadi dam
20 September, 2007
Imhotep, master builder to the Pharaohs, had the idea for the first pyramid in Eqypt. Today, a new structure is being built on the Nile of similar dimensions, with 400,000m3 of concrete being used to build the Naga Hammadi dam

Power struggle in the Amazon
13 February, 2007
Communities in the Amazon region of Brazil are working with energy companies to gain access to much-needed electricity. Peter Richards reports on a pilot micro-hydro scheme designed to help supply power to a remote rural community

Training schedule for small hydro power
16 January, 2007
As depleting fossil fuel sources continue to drive growth in the renewable energy sector, the growing need for well trained and qualified professionals is becoming increasingly apparent. To help meet this need, the International Network on Small Hydro Power provides training to a range of different professionals in the small hydro field

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