Learn about new hydro development happening worldwide with May HYDRO+

To hear more from developers of new hydro projects being built worldwide, tune in to the May session in our ongoing HYDRO+ free monthly virtual training program.

Hydro Review and HYDROVISION International are hosting this HYDRO+ webcast.

The HYDRO+ monthly series of virtual events brings together the hydro community through live content, match-making, networking and an engaging virtual experience for those looking for perspective and discussion on current and future issues affecting the hydroelectric power and dams markets.

The session scheduled for May is:

New Development: Insights and Perspectives from Developers, May 20, 2021, 9 a.m.-10 a.m. CST

Several representatives of companies developing or recently completing construction of hydroelectric projects discuss their experiences and provide insights and perspectives valuable to the industry as a whole. This frank discussion will cover the long timeline for project development, financing issues, construction challenges, environmental and social considerations, and various other aspects of project development.

The three expert speakers for this session, and the projects they are discussing, are:

  • Andrew Watson, director of design engineering, BC Hydro, 1,100-MW Site C project in Canada
  • Brent Moeller, director of generation resources, Missouri River Energy Services, 36.4-MW Red Rock project in the U.S.
  • Gultekin Keles, general manager, Kalehan Energy, 500-MW Lower Kalekoy project in Turkey

Click here to register for the May HYDRO+ session. Once registered (or if you registered previously), view the Event Agenda. To add this session to your personal schedule and receive reminders before it begins, select the calendar icon and click “Add To My Schedule.”

In addition, all of the dozens of previously recorded HYDRO+ training sessions are available on demand, to be watched any time. So if this session doesn’t fit your training needs, it’s certain there are plenty of others that do.

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