Chris Head

 

Publications

Author of various papers and other publications, of which a representative selection is listed below:

River Basin Planning Overseas.
Journal of the Institution of Water Engineers and Scientists, London, 1986.
The Challenge of Alternative Implementation (for Hydro-Power Projects).
International Power Generation November 1992.
Vietnam's Changing Hydro Scene.
Water Power & Dam Construction, March 1994.
Private Hydro: The Banker's Dilemma - An Engineer's View.
Conference on Financing Hydropower Projects, Frankfurt, 1995.
Risk & Reality in Private Infrastructure Development.
Kings College, London. Construction Law Conference, 1996.
Private Hydropower - A New and Challenging Market.
Privatisation International Infrastructure Yearbook, 1997.
Reality & Risk - The Particular Problems of Hydropower.
International Hydropower Conference, Edinburgh, 1997
PPAs and the Optimisation of Private Hydro.
Hydropower Into the Next Century Conference, Portoroz, 1997
Engineering Aspects of Risk Management,
Hydro Vision '98, Nevada, July 1998
Financing of Private Hydropower Projects,
World Bank Discussion Paper No 420 (published 2000)
Water Resources: the Challenges of the Next Century,
Professor Chin Memorial Lecture, IEM, Kuala Lumpur, October 1999
At the Turn of the Runner.
A series of 6 articles on the contractual issues arising in private hydro development.
Hydro Review Worldwide. Vol. 9 no 1 onwards 2001-2002.
Private Hydro: the Government Perspective.
Proceedings Hydro 2002 Conference, Kiris, Turkey. November
Hydrogen, Hydropower and World Poverty
International Journal of Hydropower and Dams. Vol. 10, Issue 5, September 2003. (co-author).
The Economics of Sourcing Hydrogen from Hydropower
International Journal of Hydropower and Dams. Vol. 10, Issue 6, December 2003. (co-author).
Public-Private Partnerships: Time to Rethink the Model?
Proceedings Hydro 2004 Conference, Porto, Portugal October 2004.

A Fresh Start: Prospects for Financing Hydropower in Developing Countries.
UN Symposium on Hydropower and Sustainable Development, Beijing, 2004.


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