HYDRO 2022
NEW DATES: 25-27 April 2022, Strasbourg - Roles of hydro in the global recovery
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Hydropower & Dams

A bi-monthly journal dedicated to the dissemination of information in the hydropower and dams industry and related fields.

HYDRO 2022 STRASBOURG - NEW DATES: 25 to 27 April 2022

We deeply regret to let you know that a decision has had to be taken to arrange a further postponement of HYDRO 2021: Just for months this time, rather than a year. The new dates will be 25 to 27 April 2022. Regular programme updates will be posted in the coming weeks. Registration is now live! Please visit our Events page for more information or click the button below.

SOLAR-HYDRO 2021 promotes collaboration on FPV across many nations and disciplines

The tremendous role to be played globally in the future by floating solar PV on hydropower/dam reservoirs, especially in many developing countries, was underlined thoroughly during intense discussions over two days, at SOLAR-HYDRO 2021. The event, held on July 7-8, was co-hosted by Aqua-Media International and ICOLD, and brought together delegations from 47 nations.

Issue Four 2021

Regional focus North America

Our bi-monthly International Journal on Hydropower & Dams features research papers, case studies, project updates, business and financial news, and policy papers aiming to help advance the state-of-the-art of dam engineering and hydropower development.

World Atlas & Industry Guide

Published annually, the World Atlas and companion Industry Guide provide a comprehensive snapshot of the hydropower industry.

Search our online database of more than 1,300 companies active in 180 countries around the globe and submit your company for inclusion in our next update.

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International Business Directory A-Z ~ Make sure your company is included!

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Country Profile: Uganda

The bi-monthly publication of country reports showcase hydro development and business opportunities from around the world.

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AFRICA 2022

NEW DATE: 18-20 July 2022
Speke Resort, Lake Victoria, Uganda

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Important news and our activities

SOLAR-HYDRO 2021 promotes collaboration on FPV across many nations and disciplines

The tremendous role to be played globally in the future by floating solar PV on hydropower/dam reservoirs, especially in many developing countries, was underlined thoroughly during intense discussions over two days, at SOLAR-HYDRO 2021. The event, held on July 7-8, was co-hosted by Aqua-Media International and ICOLD, and brought together delegations from 47 nations.

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5th Arab Water Forum: 21 - 23 September

The series of triennial Arab Water Fora (AWF) is considered the most important water-related event in the Arab region. Providing a unique platform for communication, the 5th AWF is considered the stage where Arab water community leaders and key decision-makers thoroughly discuss water challenges that the Arab region is facing, being one of the most water-scarce regions in the world.

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Disaster in Chamoli District, Uttarakhand, northern India, on 7 February

Prof John Reynolds, expert in geo-hazards and glacial hazard assessment and mitigation, has prepared an initial report for Hydropower & Dams on the tragic avalanche in Uttarakhand on 7 February, which destroyed the Rishi Ganga hydro plant. His findings have demonstrated that initial press reports have been inaccurate.

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Industry News

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Michell Bearings announces the incorporation of Michell Bearings Inc.

Michell Bearings, a leading UK Babbitt bearing manufacturer that supplies products to the global industrial and naval industries, has announced the incorporation of a USA business, Michell Bearings Inc.

LHDA launches the Polihali dam construction tender

The Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) marked an important milestone on 10 August with the launch of the Polihali dam construction tender. This marks the start of procurement for the second main works construction tender and follows on the May tender for the construction of the transfer tunnel.

Bids sought to rehabilitate Garafiri in Guinea

Electricité de Guinée (EDG), the state power utility serving the Republic of Guinea, invites bids by 16 August for the rehabilitation of the 75 MW Garafiri hydropower station on the Konkouré river, which forms the boundary between the western region of Kindia and central region of Mamou.

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