HydroVision International 2013 is approaching rapidly, but there’s still time to take advantage of all the world’s largest event dedicated to the hydroelectric power industry can offer.
In addition to the 77 sessions being offered across HydroVision International’s seven program, three technical paper tracks and poster gallery, a number of seminars, workshops and briefings will also give industry members even more opportunities to make the most out of their trips to Denver.
Included amongst these co-located events are the Colorado Small Hydro Association (COSHA) Annual Conference, and Machine Condition Monitoring and Hydrogenerator Stator Winding Maintenance workshops.
The COSHA Annual Conference is an opportunity for members of the small hydro industry to network with other industry professionals from across the state and the region.
Meanwhile, Machine Condition Monitoring — organized by VibroSystM, Inc. — is meant to give generation personnel, including utility decision makers, plant managers, engineers, and operations and maintenance workers, a better understanding of how hydro generator monitoring can help them get the most out of their equipment.
Last, Iris Power has organized a workshop called Hydrogenerator Stator Winding Maintenance, which will give both new and veteran hydro industry maintenance staff a deeper understanding of the factors that can affect maintenance and winding life.
Registration is still available for each of these events, though space is limited and running out quickly.
HydroVision International 2013 takes place July 23-26 at Denver’s Colorado Convention Center.
For more information, visit HydroEvent.com.