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Hidroenergia 2008, co-organized by ESHA and SSHA in Bled/Slovenia from 11-13 June 2008, gathered more than 200 participants to discuss the new opportunities for small hydropower in Europe and worldwide.

Christine Lins, ESHA: Hidroenergia 2008 Conclusions
ESHA Conference Conclusions ( PDF, 149kB)


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SSHA - Slovenian Small Hydropower Association (SSHA), is a non-profit and non-governmental association representing more than 350 owners and investors in small hydropower schemes. It was established in 1988 with the purpose of representation, professional assistance and training of the members, nature protection, improvement of the grid connection conditions and the electricity pricing. For more information please visit Http://

Marko Gospodjinacki
Opening Session: Marko Gospodjinački, president SSHA

ESHA, the European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA), is a non- profit international association representing the sector of small hydropower. ESHA is a founding member of EREC (European Renewable Energy Council), which groups together all main European renewable energy industry and research associations. ESHA is located in Europe’s headquarters for renewable energy, the Renewable Energy House, in Brussels. For more information please visit


Bernhard Pelikan
Bernhard Pelikan, president ESHA

The Hidroenergia 2008 conference was sponsored by:

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