CHA names Audouin new president

The Canadian Hydropower Association has chosen Anne-Raphaelle Audouin as its new president, succeeding Eduard Wojczynski who has been filling in as interim president.

Audouin previously was director of government and public affairs at CHA since 2014.

She has a bachelor’s degree in political science, plus degrees in common law and civil law and a master’s degree in natural resources management.

CHA was founded in 1998 to represent the interests of the Canadian hydropower industry. Its members represent more than 95% of the hydropower capacity in Canada.

CHA’s annual Hydropower Forum will take place Nov. 21 and 22 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.


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