Get your bearings questions answered during July HYDRO+ session

Bearing Spotlight

Do you have questions about bearings in your hydro plant? Maybe you have maintenance concerns or issues with reliability. Our July session in our ongoing HYDRO+ free monthly virtual training program will provide the opportunity to get the answers you need direct from several bearings experts.

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

The session scheduled for July is:

Equipment and Technology: Bearing Spotlight, July 27, 10 am CST

Bearings are an important mechanical component in the process of using water to generate electricity.

During this truly interactive session, attendees should come prepared with questions to tap the knowledge of our expert hosts to help solve any issues around bearings at hydro plants. The session format will be a fully open networking Q&A event, providing an opportunity for anyone in the hydropower industry to get help with bearings problems, find answers to their questions or simply seek advice and experiences.

The content will focus on helping people in hydroelectric plants do their jobs better and educating the industry on this important topic, so join us (with your camera on, if comfortable) and be prepared for an interactive bearing spotlight experience.

The expert speakers for this session are:

Moderator Eddie Duncan, Director Regulated Renewables Regional Services, Duke Energy

Mike Dupuis, President, Hydro Tech Inc.

Ryan Edmonds, Business Development Manager, Thordon Bearings

Bob Shortridge, President, Lignum Vitae North America

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.

Click here to register for the July 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, there are plenty of others that do.

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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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