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Although dams often have big environmental and social impacts, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) estimates that another 370 Gigawatts (GW) of large, medium, or small hydroelectric capacity could be developed "without unacceptable impacts" by 2050.

The 1-2 percent annual global growth rates for large hydropower is significantly slower than growth in other renewable sectors, such as wind (over 20 percent) and solar (over 30 percent).

Scientists are developing other ways of generating energy from the world's water resources, though none are yet significant producers of energy. There are still only a handful of wave and tidal power projects, but researchers see a much bigger potential if investment grows.

Ocean thermal energy conversion, also mostly experimental, would generate energy by utilizing the differences between surface and deep-sea ocean temperatures, particularly in tropical climates.

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