The U.S. Department of Commerce and Clarion Events welcome international buyer delegations to HydroVision International. This U.S. government-industry joint effort is designed to stimulate U.S. exports by promoting major U.S. industry exhibitions to international markets. HydroVision International is supported by the U.S. Department of Commerce, further emphasizing HydroVision International’s importance to the global power industry.
|Albania||Brazil||Czeck Republic||Germany||Italy||Netherlands||Peru||South Africa||Uganda|
|Australia||Canada||Democratic Republic of the Congo||Ghana||Japan||New Zealand||Philippines||South Korea||United Arab Emirates|
Tuesday, July 23 | 4:30 – 6:30 PM
This reception is located throughout the conference hall. Kick off your week in Portland getting to know and connect with over 3,000 industry professionals.
Dam Good Networking Reception:
Wednesday, July 24 | 4:00 – 5:30 PM
This reception is located throughout the conference hall. Enjoy networking while examining some of the latest products and servics in the industry.
HydroVision International Networking Party:
Thursday, July 25 | 5:00 – 7:00 PM
Network with everyone in attendance and make connections with like-minded professionals. Tickets available for $75.
Location at HYdroVision International 2019 is TBD
Computer with Internet
Computer with Printer
Exhibit Hall Access only—This option is zero cost and only comes with access to the exhibition hall and the USDOC Lounge. No conference sessions are included. Ticket to the Thursday Night Party must be purchased.
Full Conference Delegate—This option gives you access to the great conference sessions, with topics affecting hydropower and marine energy worldwide. Take your trip to the next level and learn from industry leaders. Ticket to the Thursday Night Party included.
Talk to your country's Commercial Specialist today to register.
|Big Data Analytics And Engineering Judgment|| Where In The World Are The Hydro Market Opportunities? Country Briefings
|The Human Element: Learning From Operational And Safety Events||Maximizing A Shared Environmental Resource|
|Don’t Make The Same Mistakes: Bringing History Forward
||Tomorrow’s Workforce Today
Some registrants from outside the U.S. will need to apply for a visa at the American Embassy, consulate, or other visa-issuing office in their country of origin. To obtain a visa, you will need a letter of invitation (see below), a valid passport, a photo ID and Form DS 156 (nonimmigrant visa application form). A visa is not required for visitors from countries participating in the Visa Waiver Program. Visit the USA Visa Website for specific information on how to apply for a visa.
Visa Application Tips:
If you are planning to attend, apply for your visa as soon as possible. Attaching evidence of any previous visits to our event may help shorten the application processing time. Attaching evidence of your intended trip home can shorten the application processing time
New this year!
You can now request a letter of invitation during the registration process.
If the U.S. State Department requires you to apply for a visa, please allow at least 90 days prior to the beginning of the event to visit the U.S. Embassy in your country to begin the application process. Before visiting the U.S. Embassy, you will need a letter of invitation to attend. To receive this letter you must register and pay the registration fee in full for the conference.
Hugo Yamaguchi, Arsesp, St Paulo, Brazil