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New hydro for University of Notre Dame
25 January, 2023
The University of Notre Dame in the US has completed construction of a new hydropower project in Indiana.

Climate change and hydropower
17 January, 2023
The impacts of climate change are being felt across the European and North American hydropower industries. However, even with extreme and varied weather conditions, research shows that hydro can still play a critical role in a stable power grid.

Training – more relevant than ever
12 January, 2023
As the clean energy transition gains momentum, and with an ever-increasing pressure on existing water resources and evolving best practices, there has never been a more important time to build skills and capacity within the water power and dams industry. IWP&DC asked members of the industry to share their thoughts on why training is now more relevant than ever.

Benefits for long-term hydropower energy trading by integrating satellite derived snow data
04 January, 2023
Scientists and industry pioneers of the DeFROST4Hydropower project successfully demonstrate that the combination of near real-time geospatial data fused with AI and long-term hydrological models can produce highly accurate seasonal forecasts.

Wave power - poised for adoption and growth
13 December, 2022
Australian renewable energy company Wave Swell Energy believes that wave power is poised for adoption and growth within the renewable energy mix over the next decade. Chief Operating Officer John Brown gives an insight into the role that his company is keen to play within future developments.

It’s all in the science for fish passage solutions
05 December, 2022
Fish passage solutions can be complex. Here Kleinschmidt gives an overview of some of the projects it has been involved with across North America which range from trap and haul facilities to dam decommissioning

A strong business case
24 November, 2022
To fulfil hydropower development potential and meet climate goals, the industry must actively promote its sustainable credentials to attract greater investment. Suzanne Pritchard reports

Wave power - poised for adoption and growth?
10 November, 2022
Australian renewable energy company Wave Swell Energy believes that wave power is poised for adoption and growth within the renewable energy mix over the next decade. Chief Operating Officer John Brown gives an insight into the role that his company is keen to play within future developments.

Fortum celebrates European achievements
02 November, 2022
Finnish energy company Fortum gives an insight into different hydropower projects it has worked on in Sweden and Finland over recent years.

Snow monitoring and Italian hydropower
26 October, 2022
Enel and ESA launch new Snow Water Equivalent feasibility study in Italy with Wegaw’s satellite-based snow monitoring solution

Geomorphic designs inform tailings dam sustainability
20 October, 2022
Civil engineer Justin Walls of SRK Consulting considers how geomorphic designs are being applied to tailings dams, emulating natural landforms to render these structures more stable, economic and sustainable.

Global Hydropower Day: Verdeg Renewable Energy
11 October, 2022
Lars Boerner, Managing Director of VerdErg Renewable Energy, shares details on the company's Venturi-Enhanced Turbine Technology (VETT) installation on the river Great Ouse in the UK

Global Hydropower Day: Stantec
11 October, 2022
Francisco Tesi, Business Practice Leader for Energy at Stantec, says hydropower plays a crucial role in our fight against climate change

Global Hydropower Day: Proterra Energy
11 October, 2022
Hydropower is a key renewable resource for advancing the renewable heating agenda in Scotland, explains Terry Stebbings from Proterra Energy.

Global Hydropower Day: Lombardi and Energías Limpias del Yaguala:
11 October, 2022
Celebrating the Arenal Hydroelectric Project in northern Honduras

Global Hydropower Day: Low Impact Hydropower Institute
11 October, 2022
The Low Impact Hydropower Institute's certification programme recognises that hydropower projects of difference sizes, locations, and age can be incentivised to be less impactful on our river systems.

Global Hydropower Day: Hydro Tasmania
11 October, 2022
Hydro Tasmania shares some key developments on Global Hydropower Day

Global Hydropower Day: Gilkes
11 October, 2022
Andy Eaton, Head of Sales for Hydro at Gilkes, says small hydropower has a vital role to play in providing sustainable, clean energy to remote communities.

Global Hydropower Day: Entura
11 October, 2022
Rajeev Raina, Director and Team Manager for India at Entura, says hydropower has a huge role to play in balancing the ‘energy trilemma’ to deliver affordable, reliable, sustainable energy

Global Hydropower Day: Appalachian Hydro Associates and Berea College
11 October, 2022
Appalachian Hydro Associates (AHA) in the US has been partnering up with Berea College in Kentucky to develop hydropower projects. Here David Brown Kinloch, President of the AHA, explains the important role hydropower is playing across the state.



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