In most South and South East Asian countries, micro and mini hydropower plays an important role
for rural electrification through mini-grids and
for distributed generation (connected to the main grid).
For practitioners from the whole region there is enormous potential to learn from each other through HPNET and to strengthen advocacy on micro/mini hydropower. The network helps its members to find solutions to policy, technology, social, economic and environmental challenges which include e.g. turbine and control technologies, grid interconnection, business models for sustainable operation and management, financing options, productive use of energy and catchment area protection. The clear strengths of HPNET are its demand-driven and output-focused approach and the members’ enthusiasm and motivation for exchange.
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