HydroVision International

June 27 to 30, 2017 - Denver, Colorado, USA

HydroVision International

As the largest gathering of hydro professionals worldwide, join 3000+ attendees and 320+ exhibiting companies from around the world for a week of informative hydropower-focused meetings, workshops, tours, an extensive program and exhibition. HydroVision International highlights perspectives on the role of hydropower, explores issues affecting hydro resources, and helps participants develop a vision to meet challenges and ensure the future sustainability of hydro.

Over 400 industry experts will present new solutions and innovations for the future in 60+ conference sessions broken up in 7 tracks offering full conference attendees a chance to earn 15 PDH credit hours.

The conference sessions are organized into multiple concurrent session tracks, including:

  • Asset Resilience and Sustainability New Name!
  • Civil Works & Dam Safety
  • Marine and Hydrokinetic Energy New Name!
  • New Development
  • Operations & Maintenance
  • Policies & Regulations
  • Water and Environment
  • Technical Papers

HydroVision International’s exhibit hall serves as a one-stop-shop for face-to-face business in the hydropower market. Thousands of attendees walk through the hall entrance to see products and meet the teams behind them. HydroVision International’s 320+ exhibitors are among the highest in quality – and in quantity.

Networking is vital and HydroVision International offers countless opportunities designed to help attendees maximize their experience with other colleagues and utility professionals.

Agenda Highlights

  • How Does Hydro ‘Play’ in the Energy Playground?
  • Hydro — A Central Piece of the Energy Portfolio Puzzle
  • Visionary Policies to Achieve Hydro Growth in the U.S.
  • Practical Approaches to Solving Dam Safety Mysteries
  • Power Purchase Agreements, Interconnection and Transmission
  • Planned Outages: Best Practices
  • Lessons Learned from Dam Decommissioning and Removal
  • What will Tomorrow’s Hydropower Projects Look Like?
  • Dealing with Evolving Risk Tolerance at Existing Dams
  • Using Remote Technologies to Diagnose and Monitor Dam Safety Issues
  • Case Studies of Hydropower and Pumped Storage Projects
  • Regulatory Changes on Hydroelectric Business in North America
  • Managing Hydrology Risks
  • International Changes in Climate Policy
  • Managing Hydro’s Image
  • Using Today’s Modeling Tools to Solve Dam Safety Issues
  • A New Hydro Reality: Coping with a Peaking Environment

Benefits of Attending

  • Build alliances among 3,000+ hydro professionals and water resource stakeholders
  • Attend multiple networking events to make a connection with colleagues
  • Share knowledge, expertise and viewpoints toward effective solutions
  • Gain a better understanding of current and future challenges affecting hydro during the 60+ conference sessions
  • Hear from over 400 hydro speakers
  • See the most comprehensive collection of 320+ hydro-related product and service providers on the exhibit floor
  • Promote technology development to sustain the hydro industry
  • Earn Professional Development Hour Credits – Attendees registered as Full Conference Delegates are eligible to receive 15 Professional Development Hours (PDH) credits.