End notes

1 World Energy Council, Survey of Energy Resources, 2001.

2 Dams and Development, a new framework for decision making, The World Commission on Dams, Earthscan, 2000.

3 World Energy Council, Survey of Energy Resources, 2001.

4 European Small Hydro Association Document 96011, C. Penche, 1996.

5 Private minihydropower development study: the case of Ecuador, UNDP/World Bank, November 1992.

6 Dams and Development, a new framework for decision making, Earthscan, 2000.

7 The need for a new approach to hydropower financing, Bruno Trouille, Montgomery Watson Harza.

8 Refer supra note 7.

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