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The future for hydro - roundtable discussion
02 March, 2015
Suzanne Pritchard talked to key members of the hydropower industry to discover what they think the future holds for hydropower

ARE and ESHA sign agreement to promote small hydro
29 October, 2013
The Alliance for Rural Electrification (ARE) and the European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to intensify knowledge-sharing and joint work towards promoting small hydro as a sustainable energy solution in rural areas of developing and emerging markets.

Mapping out the way ahead for small hydro
04 November, 2011
Opportunity is knocking loudly on the door for small hydropower in Europe. Even though its future potential has been described as considerable, things are not quite going to plan. It’s now hoped that the publication of a European Stream Map in 2012 will help raise awareness and promote development of the sector.

Hidroenergia 2012: call for papers
19 August, 2011
A call for papers has been issued for hidroenergia 2012, the international congress and trade fair on small hydropower, which will be held from 23-26 May 2012 in Wroclaw, Poland.

International Norms for small hydropower
10 August, 2011
Due to the shortage of finance and technology, many developing countries have to overcome various obstacles in order to develop small hydro projects. One such obstacle is the absence of international norms, To achieve an early normalization and standardization of SHP development, it has become necessary to compile a complete international norm on SHP so that global SHP exploitation could be stimulated effectively. By Ms Xialei, Cheng and Mr Daqing Pan

Uniting European hydropower
27 October, 2010
Hydropower is the most important renewable resource for energy production in Southeast European countries. However competition between water users is becoming a serious problem. The South East Europe (SEE) Hydropower project has been developed to find a way forward for all water users and balance energy demands with environmental and flooding considerations

Fair game in Austria
27 October, 2010
IWP&DC provides a preview to the RENEXPO Austria trade fair, to be held 25-27 November in Salzburg, Austria

Hidroenergia 2010 – call for papers
17 November, 2009
The European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA) and MHyLab – mini-hydraulics laboratory have released a call for papers for Hidroenergia 2010, to be held from 16-19 June 2010 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

Highlighting hydro developments
15 May, 2009
Members of the hydro industry reflect on the major developments in the industry over the past six decades and comment on important issues for the future

Gaining through training
17 February, 2009
The International Centre for Hydropower (ICH) was established in 1995 as a hydro power portal in Norway. Its main focus is to raise standards of competence for industry personnel in both developed and developing countries. Carole M Rosenlund gives an overview of ICH’s current course programme

Agenda released for Small Hydro 2009
28 January, 2009
The final agenda has been released for International Water Power & Dam Construction's forthcoming conference, Small Hydro 2009.

Call for papers - Small Hydro 2009
14 October, 2008
If you're involved in the growing business of small hydro, be sure not to miss International Water Power & Dam Construction's next international conference and exhibition.

Call for papers - Small Hydro 2009
18 August, 2008
If you're involved in the growing business of small hydro, be sure not to miss International Water Power & Dam Construction's next international conference and exhibition.

At the crossroads
28 May, 2008
Hidroenergia 08 hopes to point delegates in the right direction when it comes to developing small hydro power in newly formed member states of the EU

Europe seeks small hydro
28 May, 2008
Small hydro is witnessing fresh opportunities within Europe writes Neil Ford, but is there too much red tape when it comes to developing the renewable resource?

Coping with accession in Eastern Europe
14 February, 2007
How are hydro schemes in the new EU member states in Central and Eastern Europe being affected by accession? Neil Ford reports on how privatisation of hydro projects seems to be a major trend - but is this driven by the EU or power sector economics?

Systemising small turbines
30 August, 2006
Since 1997, a Swiss company has been working on the development of techniques for small turbines, with the objective of making their implementation easier and more efficient regarding construction, integration to the site, cost, performances, operation and maintenance. Such developments can be ideal for small and medium enterprise, and are designed to cut down future possible hydro-mechanical problems, based on systemisation using laboratory tests and computer-aided design (CAD) tools

Large steps in small hydro
21 July, 2006
The 18th Hidroenergia conference took place in Crieff, Scotland, UK, on 8-9 June. The biennial European event continued its trend for interesting and diverse papers and presentations on the topic of small hydro power, writes Jon Last

HEA forms European division
14 June, 2006
The Hydro Equipment Association (HEA) has founded a European branch in Brussels, Belgium, to help strengthen hydro’s presence with the European Union commission.

Hidroenergia 2006 - call for papers
01 December, 2005
The European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA) and the British Hydropower Association (BHA) have released a call for papers for Hidroenergia 2006 – Small Hydropower International Conference and Exhibition.

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