Make plans: Registration is open for HydroVision International 2018!

In preparation for the world’s largest hydropower event, registration is now open for HydroVision International 2018 at

HydroVision International is scheduled for June 26 -28 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA. Full-conference registrants can enjoy significant savings by registering before May 18, 2018.

Simply log on to, hover over the Register tab on the far-right upper portion of the site and click on the appropriate item in the drop-down menu.

Some of the most important pieces of information you can learn on the site, leading up to the hydro industry’s premier event, includes discounts for: power producers, international attendees, students and young professionals.

Additional valuable information explains how to get approval to attend the event, become involved in the co-located events, view updated conference content added to the agenda, and use our services to book your travel and hotel.

Individual full-conference delegates receive access to all of HydroVision International’s conference sessions, the keynote address, exhibit hall, networking events, delegate lunches, and downloadable papers and presentations.

Attending HydroVision International 2018 will offer immediate and long-term return on investment that include:

  • The ability to build alliances among 3,000+ 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 350 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 11 professional development hours.

Check for updated information on conference content, networking opportunities, scheduled speakers and much more. 


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