Waterpower® Hydro Basics Course

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Waterpower® Hydro Basics Course Information

Date and Times: 

Monday, June 26, 2017 | 10:00AM - 5:30PM and Tuesday, June 27, 2017  |  8:30AM - 2:30PM

Hydro Basics Course Only: US $595
Hydro Basics Course + HydroVision international Full Conference: US $1070 (a $400 savings!)
***Cost Includes a Technical Tour to a Hydro Facility

Who Should Attend:

Individuals new to hydro, both new hires and experienced professionals moving into hydro or those who want to expand their areas of expertise.

Here's everything you need to know to get started in hydro...and a perfect refresher course for veterans! This intensive, highly practical training is designed to help persons new to hydro be more productive more quickly and to help persons with limited hydro experience expand their knowledge.


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Highly qualified faculty representing consulting companies, utilities, federal power producers, and regulatory agencies present interesting, insightful lectures on:
·         Hydro Overview
·         Harnessing the Water
·         Turbine Basics
·         Electrical System Basics
·         Hydro in a Power System
·         Day-to-Day Operations
·         How Projects are Regulated
·         International Regulatory Issues
·         Communicating Hydro's Value
·         Natural Resource Stewardship: Instream Flows, Fish Passage, and Dam Effects on Water Quality

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* Power Producers include Utilities, Independent Power Producers, Municipalities, Government Agencies, Crown Corporations, Rural Electric or other Electric Cooperatives
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I think the importance of having young professionals come to HydroVision is that this is where the knowledge transfer happens. It’s where everything goes from the generation that is retiring to the new generation that is going to take over this industry!

Brenna Vaughn, Director, Hydro Research Foundation