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Now accepting abstracts for HydroVision Russia 2015

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The advisory board of HydroVision Russia is pleased to announce that it is now accepting abstracts for the 2015 conference program.

This upcoming event, co-located with POWER-GEN Russia (formerly Russia Power) is taking place March 3-5, 2015, in Moscow's Expocentre.

Themes of particular interest include equipment; operating, upgrading and modernizing existing assets; and small hydro energy. More detail about potential topics can be found here.

With high-quality conference sessions developed by the HydroVision Russia advisory board, NP HydroPower and RusHydro, this event provides a perfect opportunity to explore business opportunities and meet the hydro and thermal power industry’s most influential decision-makers under one roof.

HydroVision Russia will offer a truly international lineup of expert industry presenters. Speakers from Argentina, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Georgia, Germany, India, Norway, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States will share information and expertise on a wide range of topics.

Parties interested in providing abstracts for consideration are asked to submit them online via HydroVision-Russia.com by Aug. 29, 2014.

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