Two Knowledge Hubs planned for HYDROVISION International 2021

Building on the success of the Knowledge Hubs offered in 2019, the HYDROVISION International 2021 event also will feature two Knowledge Hubs.

Knowledge Hubs are locations in the exhibit hall that offer educational sessions free for all attendees Each session is 30 minutes long, making them accessible to attend in a packed schedule, and they will take place whenever the exhibit hall is open, on Tuesday afternoon, Wednesday and Thursday.

The themes of our two Knowledge Hubs are:

Learning from Case Studies

Technology Horizons

Each hub will feature up to 14 sessions over three days, with sessions featuring a single speaker highlighting a targeted subject.

Content is being added right now and will be available for viewing here over the coming weeks.

Just a couple of the presentations already confirmed are:

  • Energy Storage Using Conventional Hydropower Facilities
  • Integration of Variable Renewable Energy Sources and Battery Storage through the Leveraging of Existing Hydro Assets

HYDROVISION International 2021 is going to feature many dynamic speakers and a plethora of exciting conference content. For example, most recently we announced that Jason Thackston, senior vice president, energy resources, with Avista is speaking during the Tuesday afternoon opening keynote session. Avista is a host utility for HYDROVISION International 2021, along with Chelan PUD.

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