Developing countries are planning to dramatically expand hydroelectric power generation in their desperate need for electricity and irrigation. It’s also a strategic decision to use their own resources.
fastcoexist.com - About the author Matt has spent 25 years serving energy clients globally and currently focuses on the roles technology and innovation play in restructuring markets in the energy and industrial sectors. He leads McKinsey’s Americas Petroleum and Electric Power and Natural Gas Practices and helped establish the firm’s Resource Productivity and Clean Technology Practice. He has written extensively on the oil, gas, power, and resource markets and served as senior advisor to the US Secretary of Energy in 2009–10 More
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