Power producers: Get a special training rate for HYDROVISION International

By Elizabeth Ingram

Editor’s Note: As a consequence of the ongoing local and global impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, Clarion Events North America (formerly PennWell) is rescheduling HYDROVISION International 2020 to November 17-19, 2020, at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minnesota, U.S.

Qualifying members of the hydroelectric power sector are again eligible to take part in the Power Producer Training Program, giving them discounted access to HYDROVISION International 2020.

The program is open to all those who work for eligible power producers, including:

  • Utilities
  • Independent power producers
  • Municipalities
  • Government agencies
  • Crown corporations
  • Rural and municipal co-operatives

The special Power Producer Training Programregistration rate for 2020 (by April 21) is US$560 and $300 for the co-located Waterpower Hydro Basics Course – both of which provide significant discounts from the full conference delegate registration rates

Attendees will also receive 9 professional development hours, providing additional incentive to take part in the world’s largest gathering of hydro industry professionals.

HYDROVISION International 2020 takes place July 14-16 at the Minneapolis Convention Center in Minneapolis, Minn., U.S. The event features 60 conference sessions with more than 250 speakers, an exhibition including more than 300 of the industry’s top product and service providers, and 3,000+ attendees.

Additionally, earlier this week we announced that if you register to attend HYDROVISION between now and April 21, you will not only lock in our early bird rates, but if travel bans are still in place or you are unable to make it, we will give you the option to roll over your registration to HYDROVISION 2021 or receive a full refund.

For more information, visit HydroEvent.com.


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