Hydro Power Europe invites you to register for the “Sustainability and the acceptability of hydropower as part of the clean energy transition” event hosted jointly with EERA JP HYDRO on 2nd September at 9.30 (CEST).
To demonstrate that hydro has a place within the SET-Plan, the session shall involve policy-makers, the energy sector players and environmental organisations in discussions about successful case studies provided by hydropower as well as with a wider audience working on the transition towards a clean energy society.
The speakers will present the following topics:
- Berit Köhler, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Norway: Social acceptance of hydropower in the clean energy transition
- Agnès Barillier, EDF, France: Aligning hydropower and environmental issues – some examples of successful practice
- Staffan Lundstrom, Lulea University, Sweden: Mitigation of environmental impact for flexible hydropower
- Nuno Portal, EDP Produção, Portugal: Sustainability challenges in hydropower projects: past, present and future
To register to the event please click HERE
HYDROPOWER-EUROPE is built on the ambition to achieve a research and innovation agenda and a technology roadmap for the hydropower sector, based on the synthesis of technical fora and transparent public debates through a forum that gathers all relevant stakeholders of the hydropower sector.
For more info about Hydropower Europe: https://hydropower-europe.eu/
About EERA JP HYDRO
The Joint Programme Hydropower aims to facilitate a new role for hydropower as enabler for the renewable energy system by aligning and targeting research efforts in Europe. Thematically, the JP Hydropower spans the entire energy chain from water catchment to system integration, and it includes cross-cutting elements such as markets and market design as well as environmental impacts, effects of climate change and policy and societal issues.
For more info about EERA JP HYDRO: https://www.eera-hydropower.eu/
About Sustainable Energy Days
Sustainable Energy Days are digital activities and events organised by local public and private organisations across Europe to promote clean energy and energy efficiency. They are a key component of the EU Sustainable Energy Week.
Sustainable Energy Days take place throughout Europe, in cities and local communities during the months of September and October.
To find other Sustainable Energy Days visit: https://eusew.eu/look-2021-sustainable-energy-days