European Small Hydropower Association (ESHA)
Association européenne pour la petite hydraulique
Asociación Europea de Energia Minihidraulica
Verband Europäischer Kleinwasserkraftwerke
Associação Européia de Energia Mini-Hidrica
Associazione Europea per il Piccolo Idroelettrico
1989, at the initiative of E-XE2442 - European Commission (EC). Registered in accordance with Belgian law. New statutes adopted 2010.
Promote the use of hydropower to generate electrical energy on a small scale; represent the interests of small hydropower industry in Europe; encourage exchange of technology; study and analyse environmental, legislative, technical and economic problems.
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General Assembly (annual). Governing Board, consisting of up to 34 persons, including national representatives and elected members. Executive Board, comprising President, 2 Vice-Presidents, Treasurer and elected Governing Board members.
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