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Climate Change, Water and Hydropower
Energy (especially hydropower) and water are integrally related. For hydropower generation, adequate storage of runoff is necessary and any drop in water level affects generation. In recent years, many cases of reduction in generation occurred in various regions in the world

Climate Change, Water and Hydropower

  

M. Monirul Qader Mirza

University of Toronto at Scarborough, Canada

 

Energy (especially hydropower) and water are integrally related. For hydropower generation, adequate storage of runoff is necessary and any drop in water level affects generation. In recent years, many cases of reduction in generation occurred in various regions in the world. As a relatively cleaner and cheap energy, demand of hydropower is rapidly increasing. In near future, hydropower use is expected to increase by 63%in 2030 from the 2002 level (IEA, 2004). In the recently released fourth assessment report (AR4) of theIntergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), projected mixed result about future of waterresources. It has also raised caution about possible adverse impacts on the hydropower industry. The majorobjective of this article is to examine future of hydropower in the context of climate change…

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