Hydro Review magazine subscribers can now enjoy an improved reading experience

The more than 22,600 hydropower industry professionals worldwide who subscribe to Hydro Review magazine can now enjoy an improved reading experience through the digital edition of the magazine.

The new magazine format provides an interactive view, with cleaner text, larger graphics and a more responsive experience for those who choose to read the magazine on portable electronic platforms such as mobile telephones and tablet devices.

Look for this new format when you receive the September issue of Hydro Review in your email inbox. And if you do not subscribe to Hydro Review but want to begin receiving useful, practical information that helps you do your job better, just click here to subscribe free of charge for the digital edition.

Who reads Hydro Review anyway?

The publisher’s own data, based on the June 2017 issue, shows that 56.4% of subscribers work for electric utilities or independent power producers. More than 30% of readers are in general/corporate management with their companies.

Hydro Review has by far the largest subscriber base of any magazine covering the hydroelectric power industry, with truly global scope.

  • More than 10,000 subscribers in North America and Central America
  • More than 5,000 in Europe
  • About 2,500 each in Asia/Asia Pacific and Africa
  • Nearly 1,700 in South America/Central America/Carribean
  • Nearly 800 in the Middle East

Do you want to be a contributor?

The planned editorial content for Hydro Review is available on HydroWorld.com. Click here to see what content areas we are focusing on in 2018. If you have expertise in this area and want to suggest relevant content, email elizabethi@pennwell.com. If you want to submit an article for a future issue, click here.

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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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