The latest readership data for Hydro Review, HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide and HydroWorld.com

The most recent BPA Worldwide Brand Report for Hydro Review magazine reveals that the magazine issues average more than 10,600 readers, while HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide magazine has average readership of more than 11,000. HydroWorld.com, the website for these two magazines, averages more than 60,500 monthly unique browsers with more 178,000 average monthly page impressions.

Among the readers of Hydro Review, 42% represent electric utilities, nearly 27% are independent power producers and more than 23% are power plant designers. Geographically, more than 13% of all readers come from Canada and nearly 80% are from the U.S.

Among readers of HRW-Hydro Review Worldwide, more than 35% are independent power producers, more than 32% are power plant designers, and nearly 28% represent electric utilities. Geographically, readers are scattered around the globe, with the largest percentage coming from Europe (36.6%), Asia and Asia Pacific (21.7%) and Africa (17.2%). Only 6.6% of readers come from North America.

For HydroWorld.com, the site averages more than 80,100 user sessions. The average user session duration is more than 3 minutes.

The reports cited above contain data for the six-month period ended June 2016.

The complete brand reports for all properties are available here.

BPA Worldwide is a not-for-profit organization that audits media properties around the world. These Brand Reports provide independent verification that the data being provided by a publisher regarding readership of its properties is objective, accurate and transparent.

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Elizabeth Ingram is content director for the Hydro Review website and HYDROVISION International. She has more than 17 years of experience with the hydroelectric power industry. Follow her on Twitter @ElizabethIngra4 .

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