On 26th August 2020, HYDROPOWER EUROPE opened registration for a unique online event called “Hydropower seeking its role in the clean energy transition” which is scheduled on 12-13 October 2020 from 9:00 to 12:00 am.
26th August 2020
For the last two years, HYDROPOWER EUROPE partners have worked on a continuous consultation process through online consultations as well as regional and technical workshops. As a result, feedback from diverse stakeholders, including expert groups, industry actors and other interested parties was gathered.
This workshop is the last opportunity for stakeholders to participate in the consultation process and help to shape recommendations for the future of hydropower in Europe. The workshop will bring together EU policymakers, the hydropower industry, and civil society organisations to discuss and gather feedback on the following aspects of hydropower:
- Policy and regulatory issues: Designing a supportive EU framework for the hydropower sector
- Technical challenges and research and innovation priorities: Developing innovative concepts and technologies to boost hydropower potential
- Environmental issues: Best practices and solutions to make hydropower energy more environmentally-friendly
- Social issues: Bridging the gap between industry and civil society
The participation of all the stakeholders in this workshop is key to ensure the representation of diverse opinions and transparent public debate on the future of hydropower, especially how can hydropower contribute to a successful clean energy transition!
Register HERE to help us shaping the hydropower future.
About HYDROPOWER EUROPE
The aim of the Horizon2020 project, HYDROPOWER EUROPE, is to provide a focal point for reviewing and developing hydropower in Europe, and subsequently European hydropower in the wider world, and to create a Research & Innovation Agenda (RIA) and Strategic Industry Roadmap (SIR) for the hydropower sector.
The HYDROPOWER EUROPE consortium comprises 8 partners: ICOLD: International Commission on Large Dams (coordinator); EASE: European Association for Storage of Energy; EREF: European Renewable Energies Federation; EUREC: Association of European Renewable Energy Research Centres; IHA: International Hydropower Association; SAMUI: Samui France sarl; VGB: VGB PowerTech e.V.; Zabala Innovation Consulting (Zabala Brussels).
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