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Check out the content of the Knowledge Hubs planned for HYDROVISION International

HYDROVISION International

By Elizabeth Ingram

Again this year, the HYDROVISION International event will feature Knowledge Hubs, which are educational sessions that take place in the exhibit hall.

These micro-sessions are open to all HYDROVISION International attendees and will take place on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Three Knowledge Hubs will be located in the exhibit hall, each with a specific theme:

  • Dealing with Changing Market Conditions
  • Learning from Case Studies
  • Technology Horizons

Each hub will feature up to 14 sessions over three days, with sessions typically being about 30 minutes long and featuring a single speaker highlighting a targeted subject.

Click here to view content for these specific sessions in each of the hubs.

HYDROVISION International is going to feature many dynamic speakers and a plethora of exciting conference content. For example, most recently we announced that Alan R. Hodnik, chairman and chief executive officer of ALLETE Inc. (parent company of host utility Minnesota Power), is speaking during the Tuesday afternoon opening keynote session.