“A unique platform to turn climate ambition into action”: Voith Hydro partners with the World Hydropower Congress
One of the world’s leading suppliers of hydroelectric equipment Voith Hydro, is helping to turn climate ambition into action by supporting the 2023 World Hydropower Congress.
Voith Hydro has over 150 years of experience in the sector working across the planet to provide products and services for the entire life cycle of hydropower plants. The company provides all major components for all sizes of hydropower projects, including generators, turbines, pumps and automation systems as well as spare parts, maintenance, training services and digital solutions for intelligent hydropower.
“This congress is a great occasion to meet decision makers, innovators and experts from industry, governments, finance, civil society and academia. It is a unique platform to turn climate ambition into action – together” says Voith Hydro CEO, Dr. Tobias Keitel. "The event will underline that hydropower is the backbone of renewable energy” he continues.
As long-standing member of the International Hydropower Association (IHA), Voith Hydro has been a key voice working to advance sustainable hydropower. IHA is the secretariat of the World Hydropower Congress.
On Voith Hydro partnering with the 2023 World Hydropower Congress, IHA Chief Executive Eddie Rich commented: “Voith Hydro has been global leader on promotion of global hydropower as a clean, green, modern and affordable solution to climate change.
As one of the world’s most influential players in the hydropower space, we welcome Voith Hydro’s continued commitment in supporting the World Hydropower Congress.”
The 2023 World Hydropower Congress taking place this October in Bali Indonesia will bring together experts from the hydropower sector and beyond to discuss the vital role sustainable hydropower must play in the clean energy transition, under the theme ‘powering sustainable growth’.
The Congress is hosted by the Government of Indonesia alongside its electricity utility PLN and the International Hydropower Association (IHA).