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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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

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

We deeply regret that a decision 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. Registration will remain open, the programme will remain fixed, and there may be some additional opportunities to join sessions. Information updates will be circulated regularly and posted on our website.

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World Atlas and Industry Guide 2021 now in press. Download the World Overview of the past year now

This year’s World Atlas and Industry Guide, and our World Map of Dams under Construction, are in press now. Together they provide a snapshot of the hydropower industry and dam engineering worldwide. One of the main features of the Atlas is a comprehensive survey of hydropower and water resources development, based on country reports, researched and updated each year. Highlights from the year, and from the country reports, appear in the Overview at the front of the Atlas, which can be downloaded now.

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SOLAR-HYDRO 2021 Report

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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Industry News

Keep up to date between issues.

LHDA launches procurement for the construction of two major bridges

Tenders for the construction of the Mabunyaneng and Khubelu bridges under Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) were published on 21 October 2021.

African Development Bank approves loan for Lesotho Highlands Water Project

The multi-phase project, which entails harnessing the Senqu/Orange River in the Lesotho Highlands by constructing a series of dams, will generate multiple benefits for South Africa and Lesotho including greater water security in South Africa’s Gauteng region and a boost to Lesotho’s socio-economic development through infrastructure improvements and increased hydropower capacity.

Deadline approaching: Panel of experts sought for Mpatamanga in Malawi

Expressions of interest are invited by 27 October from qualified experts for the positions of dam specialist, electro-mechanical expert, geologist/geotechnical specialist, hydraulic engineer, environmental specialist, social risk specialist and occupational health and safety specialist, according to tender notices published on the procurement website of the World Bank on 12 October.

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