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Atlantis turbine

IEC: An ocean of progress in standardization of marine energy

Oceans offer one of the largest untapped sources of energy on earth. Tide, river and ocean current and wave power, as well as differences in temperature and salinity, can be used to produce energy. By...
HYDROVISION International

New early bird registration deadline for HYDROVISION International

To take advantage of the best registration rates for HYDROVISION International 2021, you’ll want to register before the new early bird deadline of July 27. Registering by this date will allow you to save $145...
IHA report

Despite growth, hydropower installation needs to increase further, IHA says

Hydropower installed capacity grew 1.6% in 2020, but the world needs significantly more hydropower, to be built at a much faster rate, if it is to tackle climate change, according to the 2021 Hydropower...
SDG7 report

Report: Inequalities must be addressed to provide universal access to sustainable energy

Tracking SDG7: The Energy Progress Report says that during the past decade, a greater share of the global population gained access to electricity than ever before, but the number of people without electricity in...
HYDRO+ digitalization

June HYDRO+ offers hydropower digitalization case studies

Digitalization is an important frontier for hydropower, and our June session in our ongoing HYDRO+ free monthly virtual training program will feature case studies and insights from several experts. Hydro Review and HYDROVISION International are...
San Jose declaration

IHA seeks input on San José Declaration on Sustainable Hydropower

The World Hydropower Congress in September 2021 will bring together industry, government, finance, civil society and local communities to shape the policies, practices and perception of hydropower. At the conclusion of the International Hydropower Association’s...
HYDROVISION International

Covering the industry’s hottest topics at HYDROVISION International

What are the hot topics in the global hydropower industry right now? You might name issues like climate change, energy storage, cybersecurity, integration of intermittent renewables, and COVID-19. And, as we do every year, HYDROVISION International...
Hydropower and hydrogen

IHA releases paper: Couple green hydrogen with hydropower to create a net-zero future

The International Hydropower Association (IHA) has released a research and policy paper that outlines how hydropower could be pivotal in supporting growth in green hydrogen. Green hydrogen is produced through electrolysis using decarbonized electricity and...

University of Toronto, OWA offer graduate courses in waterpower

The University of Toronto and the Ontario Waterpower Association have partnered in the development of a new curriculum focused on waterpower. As the world strives for decarbonization, the energy supply is in transition and waterpower...
HYDROVISION International

HYDROVISION International postponed to Sept. 21-23, 2021, in Spokane, Wash., U.S.

In light of the ongoing pandemic and Washington State’s slower-than-expected re-opening progression, HYDROVISION International has been postponed to Sept. 21-23, 2021, in Spokane, Wash., U.S. HYDROVISION International is the largest gathering of hydro professionals worldwide,...