HydroVision International 2016 registration is open!

Registration is now open for HydroVision International 2016! The annual event is being held in Minneapolis, Minnesota at the Minneapolis Convention Center from July 26-29.

HydroVision International is the largest gathering of hydro professionals worldwide. The event 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.

Held during an informative and fast-paced five days, HydroVision International affords attendees numerous opportunities that include:

− Enrolling in the Water Power Hydro Basics course (Water power);
− Signing up for on-location technical tours;
− A selection of eight tracks that have more than 70 conference sessions;
− Absorb the largest exhibition of products and services in the hydro industry;
− Co-located seminars, workshops and briefings;
− Co-located organization meetings;
− Poster gallery sessions;
− Golf tournament; and
− Networking events.

Additionally, this video will convince you that Minneapolis is ideally suited to host HydroVision International 2016.

ROI on hydro
Attending HydroVision International 2016 offers immediate and long-term return on investment that include:

− The ability to build alliances among 3,500+ hydro professionals and water resource stakeholders;
− Share knowledge, expertise and viewpoints toward effective hydropower-related solutions;
− Gain a better understanding of current and future policy and the challenges affecting hydro;
− Learning from more than 400 hydro industry-speakers who will present during the event;
− Promote technology development to sustain the hydro industry; and
− Attendees registered as full-conference delegates are eligible to receive 15 professional development hours.

Click on HydroEvent.com to register and find a complete listing for HydroVision International 2016’s events, travel and much more.


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Gregory B. Poindexter formerly was an associate editor for HydroWorld.com.

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