Hydropower is typically subject to strong seasonality’s, driven by rainfall patterns, snowmelt and other hydrological phenomena.

Population growth and improved energy access are worldwide triggering investments in power capacity expansion. Meanwhile, hydropower is experiencing a boom in many energy portfolios, especially in developing regions where most of the untapped hydropower potential lies.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Joginder Bhandari Vs Union Territory of Jammu & Kashmir dated 11/11/2021.

Grievance in the application is against unscientific muck dumping in Arzi nallah by AFCONS Infrastructure Limited at Pakal Dul Hydroelectric Project in district Kishtwar, Jammu & Kashmir, resulting in damage to the environment.

The Ministry of Power announced new rules to sustain economic viability of the sector, ease financial stress of various stakeholders and ensure timely recovery of costs involved in electricity generation.

Order of the National Green Tribunal in the matter of Dr. Bharat Jhunjhunwala & Others Vs Union of India & Others dated 08/10/2021.

The Appeal has been preferred against Environment Clearance (EC), August 26, 2021 granted by MoEF&CC to the Vishnugad-Pipalkoti Hydro-Electric Project of 444 MW in an area of 141.568 ha by M/s THDC India Limited located at Village Haat, Tehsil Joshimath, District Chamoli, Uttarakhand.

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) produces comprehensive, reliable data sets on renewable energy capacity and use worldwide.

Global energy demand fell the most since World War-II during 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic stalled global economic activity. According to the bp Statistical Review of World Energy 2021, world energy demand is estimated to have fallen by 4.5 per cent in 2020. This is steeper than the earlier projections for the year.

The first ever IEA market report dedicated to hydropower highlights the economic and policy environment for hydropower development, addresses the challenges it faces, and offers recommendations to accelerate growth and maintain the existing infrastructure.

East and Southern African countries possess vast potential for renewable energy development. Co-ordinated regional plans will play a vital role in scaling up the use of renewables for power generation, strengthening regional power supplies, meeting national climate commitments and ensuring energy security.

The International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA) produces comprehensive statistics on a range of topics related to renewable energy. This publication presents renewable power generation capacity statistics for the past decade (2011-2020) in trilingual tables.