Green Empowerment has been working in Peru for 10 years. Peru is among the countries hardest hit by climate change. The population is grappling with the fall-out from natural disasters, water shortages and agricultural degradation. But experts believe that there is substantial potential for drawing electricity from hydropower in the South American country ? which already depends on hydropower stations for 60 percent of its electricity. The percentage could be even higher, were the more remote parts of the country not off-grid. One solution could be micro-hydropower plants and one development aid organization is helping locals install them in the Peruvian outback.