2015 NHA annual conference provides opportunities for hydroelectric power learning

In the ebb and flow of one’s career, landmarks — both large and small — mark points of great development and achievement, and all are contained between your professional beginning and its end.

The 2015 NHA annual pre-conference brochure

The 2015 National Hydropower Association annual conference, scheduled April 26-29 at the Capital Hilton Hotel in Washington D.C., is the perfect opportunity to build a major professional landmark in one’s career path. During four days of informative seminars, informational meetings and structured social events, attendees have the opportunity to both share their great knowledge and grow, as they learn the latest information within the hydroelectric power industry.

Also, new this year, the International Marine Renewable Energy Conference and Marine Energy Technology Symposium will be co-located at NHA’s conference venue.

Hydroelectric project owners, operators, scientists, academia, financiers/insurers and Washington D.C.-based government officials signify a few examples of who attends NHA’s annual event.

Past attendees say networking is one of the most important benefits gained from their personal interaction with industry leaders and the concentration of people who work at all levels of decision-making in the hydroelectric policy-making process.

In addition to developing relationships, this year’s 2015 conference allows attendees 14 professional development hours.

Some of the scheduled sessions include the following:

  • Plenary Session: Hydro’s Value in Today’s Energy Market;
  • Session:Hot Topics in Hydro Development — Bringing New Megawatts Online;
  • Session: Role of Dams in a Water-Constrained World; and Event:
  • Networking Reception and NHA Past Presidents’ Scholarship Fund Silent Auction.

For complete information, download the 2015 NHA annual pre-conference brochure or log onto the NHA website at www.hydro.org.
 

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Gregory B. Poindexter formerly was an associate editor for HydroWorld.com.

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