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  • 1. Centro de Pesquisas de Energia Elétrica - CEPEL
    Electric Energy Research Center - CEPEL
    Título do trabalho
    IHA World Congress Advancing Sustainable Hydropower
    Session 5 – Assessing Sustainability Performance
    Iguassu, Brazil, 14-17 Jun 2011
    Autor/apresentador
    Área
    Albert C. G. Melo
    Director-General
  • 2. Sustainable Developmentof Hydropower
    Cost-effective Energy Production
    Find a balance
    Socialimpacts
    Environmentalimpacts
    Multipleuses ofWater
  • 3. Sustainable Developmentof Hydropower
    Decision-Making Process
    Stages
    • Options assessment
    • 4. Site selection
    • 5. Project design & implementation
    • 6. Operation
  • Sustainable Developmentof Hydropower
    Decision-Making Process
    Needs
    Stages
    • Do Planning
    • 7. Social & Environmental considerations
    • 8. Synergies between hydropower and river basin water resources
    • 9. Hydrological diversity among regions
    • 10. Options assessment
    • 11. Site selection
    • 12. Project design & implementation
    • 13. Operation
  • CEPEL´s Chain of Optimization Models for the Generation Expansion and Operational Planning of the Brazilian System
    Energy Optimization andCentralized Dispatch of the WholeInterconnected Hydrothermal System:
    20% More EnergyProduction
    Need of capturing synergies in planningand operation stages
  • 14. Platform Hydropower Plants- A New Concept
    Waterfalls in the chosen location
    Lesser deforestation an works impact
    Source:
    ELETROBRAS
    • Natural areas with no anthropic interference
    • 15. Balancing power generation and the environment
    • 16. Reduced environmental license requirements
    • 17. Reduced construction sites
    • 18. Human intervention restricted to construction sites
    • 19. Affected area recovered during construction
    Lesser deforestation and works impact
    Forest is recovered
    Source: Eletrobras
  • 20. Manual for Hydropower Inventory ofRiver Basins, 2007
    Social and Environmental Aspects considered since the first planning process
    Integrated Environmental (and Social) Assessment – IEA
  • 21. Manual for Hydropower Inventory ofRiver Basins, 2007
    Social and Environmental Aspects considered since the first planning process
    Integrated Environmental (and Social) Assessment – IEA
    Multi-objective analysis
    • The Manual defines criteria and methodology
  • Economic
    Base
    Way of Life
    Aquatic
    Ecosystem
    socioenvironmental impact
    index
    Terrain Organization
    Terrestrial Ecosystem
    Indigenous Population
    Socio-Environment Impacts(Negatives and Positives)
    Positives- Impact Index (IAp)
    Negatives- Impact Index (Ian)
    Road infrastructure improvements
    Local Government Revenue increase
    Local Labor Market Dinamization
    Rational use of the river basin water resources
  • 22. SINV – Decision Support System for Hydropoer River Basin Inventory Studies
    Dominant
    alternatives
    SINV - Screen for Preliminary Multi-objective Analysis
  • 23. Manual for Hydropower Inventory ofRiver Basins, 2007
    By bringing out an English translation of the 2007 edition of the Manual for Hydropower Inventory Studies of River Basins, the Ministry of Mines and Energy intends to offer the international community a basic reference to be considered in the portfolio of possible energy solutions in developing countries, which should be of particular interest to multilateral financing and development organizations.