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Lifecycle Management and Maintenance

Conventional and renewable plant owners and operators must strategically manage their assets using the latest processes and solutions, including leveraging data to maximize the productivity of a highly trained and adaptive workforce. A successful maintenance regimen ensures assets’ continuous operations, extends their lives, and enables their performance and availability.

 

Visit Carter Lake Hydro Plant and Estes Park Hydro Plant

Monday, July 15, 2024 | 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM | Offsite

Join an offsite experience by visiting the 2.6-MW Robert V. Trout (Carter Lake) facility, owned by Northern Water, began operating in 2011 with two Francis turbine-generator units. It is part of the Colorado-Big Thompson project, with six original hydropower plants owned by the Bureau of Reclamation and two added more recently by Northern Water.

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Waterpower Hydro Basics - Day-to-Day Operations

Monday, July 15, 2024 | 2:45 PM - 3:45 PM | Room 301

Learn more through this educational session. During this session, attendees will gain an insider's view of the critical on-the-ground perspective on the operation of a hydroelectric plant. 

This includes:

  • Role of the Project Operator 
  • Operational Challenges, Including Compliance Requirements and Spill Requirements 
  • Discussion Q&A 

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9:30 AM
    • Technical Tour
    Offsite
    Pre-registration for this event is required. This event includes an additional fee unless you have an All Access pass. Visit your registration resource center or reach out to info@hydroevent.com to re ...
2:45 PM
    • Waterpower Hydro Basics
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    Pre-registration for this event is required. This event includes an additional fee unless you have an All Access pass. Visit your registration resource center or reach out to info@hydroevent.com to re ...
8:30 AM
    • Keynote
    To Be Announced
    All badge holders are eligible to attend. Our Keynote session kicks off HYDROVISION International and is open to all attendees and exhibitors. The HYDROVISION Keynote features executives and thought l ...
10:45 AM
    • Operations and Maintenance
    304
    In this discussion, panel members will provide strategies for improved productivity, enhanced safety, and lower cost. The session will review: Improved productivity: Routine maintenance minimizes equi ...
1:00 PM
    • Operations and Maintenance
    304
    Hydro plant reliability is the fundamental most important attribute required by all water delivery owners. One of the most significant contriutions to hydro plant reliabilty is the rewind of generator ...
    • KNOWLEDGE HUB Equipment and Technology
    Exhibit Floor Booth 128
    There are over 91,000 dams in the U.S., of which about 2,300 produce power, with an average age of 61 years old. Our reliance on hydropower is growing, but we are faced with infrastructure that is rap ...
2:30 PM
    • Industry Trends and Analysis
    302
    In this presentation, the speaker will present different electrical issues or troubleshooting problems to the audience to see how they would have fixed/repaired a problem. The speaker will provide the ...
3:15 PM
    • KNOWLEDGE HUB Equipment and Technology
    Exhibit Floor Booth 128
    Completed in 1984, the 1,800 MW Dinorwig Pumped Storage Hydro (PSH) powerplant in Wales, UK, remains the largest PSH in Europe. Dinorwig has always played a critical role in maintaining the stability ...
8:00 AM
    • Breakfast Roundtables
    405
    Pre-registration for this event is required. This event includes an additional fee unless you have an All Access pass. Visit your registration resource center or reach out to info@hydroevent.com. Join ...
9:00 AM
    • Mega Session
    404
    All badge holders are eligible to attend. Decarbonization of the global electric power system requires a significant shift toward renewable energy, including wind and solar generation, which by nature ...
1:00 PM
    • Environmental Issues and Water Management
    301
    The recent failure of a dam in Libya, killing more than 10,000 people, highlights the need to rethink dam safety and potential life. A large dam will have a long life -- unless it fails. Few, if any, ...

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