Entura announced as a premium exhibitor at the World Hydropower Congress
With a guiding vision to provide a sustainable energy future for all, Entura has been announced as a premium exhibitor at the 2023 World Hydropower Congress taking place from 31 October to 2 November in Bali, Indonesia.
Entura is part of Hydro Tasmania, Australia’s largest water manager, turning rainfall into clean, renewable energy. Entura has more than 100 years of experience contributing to the development, operation and maintenance of renewable energy and water infrastructure and they are uniquely placed to deliver practical and commercially successful solutions across the whole lifecycle of assets, helping to manage risks and achieve valuable outcomes.
“Sustainable hydropower can deliver the clean energy, flexibility and storage needed to reach net zero and a better future of clean, affordable, reliable energy for all,” says Tammy Chu, Managing Director for Entura. “Lowering emissions is a global challenge that can’t be solved without international collaboration. Forums such as the World Hydropower Congress bring leaders together to share knowledge, inspire each other, and affirm our commitment to a sustainable future.”
The 2023 World Hydropower Congress will bring together experts from the hydropower sector and beyond to discuss how to turn climate ambition into climate action. With over 1,000 decision makers, innovators, and experts from industry, government, academia, civil society and finance, the Congress will discuss the vital role sustainable hydropower must play in the clean energy transition, under the theme ‘powering sustainable growth’.
“Entura has been on the forefront of progressing hydropower initiatives for over a century and are deeply committed to working towards a sustainable future for all. It is a great pleasure to have Entura as a premium exhibitor at the World Hydropower Congress,” says Eddie Rich, IHA Chief Executive Officer.