Program Tuesday

Program Tuesday

Note! The program is still in a preliminary state. Changes may still occur.

Tuesday 13. June

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Opening plenary: Emerging policies, regulations, and international sustainability standards

Welcome address, setting the scene - Striking the right balance between hydropower and ecology
Anders Iversen, (NEA)
Jakob Granit (SWAM)

The role of hydropower in the green shift
Kjetil Lund (NVE)

The Role of Hydropower in Clean Energy Transition: A World Bank Perspective on Environmental and Social Standards (ESS)
Mr. Pravin Karki (World Bank)

KEYNOTE: Hydropower and EU policy on water management, biodiversity, and climate adaptation
Dr. Wouter van de Bund

Coffee break
Opening plenary continued

Going forward, the only acceptable hydropower is sustainable hydropower – a bold statement, but can it be followed up with action?
Pablo Valverde (International Hydropower Association)

Perspectives from Eurelectric
Anne Bolle (Eurelectric/Statkraft)

Green for real? Have you asked the eel?
Åsa Renman et al. (The Norwegian Biodiversity Network, Sabima)

Panel discussion 1: – Dilemmas and solutions to ensure a climate and nature friendly hydropower production.
Moderator: Tor Simon Pedersen (KLD)

Plenary 2: Lessons learned and regionalwise best practise measures addressing multiple impacts from hydropower and sustainable management of water resources

KEYNOTE: An Overview of Environmentally Sustainable Hydropower in the United States Viewed Through the Lens of EU Taxonomy for Sustainable Activities
Dr. Brenda Pracheil, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)

Approaches for Sustainable Hydropower use in Austria.
Gisela Ofenböck (Federal Ministry)
Franz Greimel (BOKU)

National plan for revision of hydropower in Sweden
Anders Skarstedt (HaV)

Overview of mitigation measures implemented in France to reduce ecological impacts of hydropower
Veronique Gouraud (EDF)

abstract #69
Coffee break
Plenary 2 continued

An overview of emerging management practise to reduce ecological impacts from hydropower in Norway
Oda Bjærke (NVE)

Balancing increased capacity and flexibility with environmental values in a proposed redevelopment of an existing hydropower scheme
Marie Egerrup et al., Hydro Tasmania

KEYNOTE: Mitigation measures revisited – environmental effects, costs and endurance
Ulrich Pulg et al. (NORCE)

Panel discussion 2: How should the hydropower sector contribute best to solve both the energy-, nature- and climate crisis?
Moderator: Tor Simon Pedersen (KLD)

17:30 Speed presentations of posters View poster abstracts

Poster sessions and ice breaker
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End scientific program day 1
Conference dinner at Royal Garden Hotel
Aperitíf and three course menu (Registration required).

Organizers RSB


FME HydroCen
NTNU Team Hydropower
Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management
Norwegian Environmental Agency

In collaboration with:

Sira Kvina Kraftselskap