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HydroVision International kicks off in Portland, Ore., U.S.

HVI kicks off

The HydroVision International event is now under way in the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, with more than 3,000 hydropower professionals from around the world coming together for four days of learning and networking.

Monday, July 22 features two in-the-field technical tours of hydroelectric facilities, along with numerous workshops, seminars and courses ongoing, including Waterpower Hydro Basics.

Tuesday, July 23 will offer more courses and another technical tour, along with organizational meetings. The opening keynote session will set the tone for the next few days, followed by the opening of the exhibit hall, the first knowledge hub sessions, and the first networking opportunity.

Wednesday, July 24 offers dozens of summit sessions, nine knowledge hub sessions, our Women with Hydro Vision lunch, the Marine Energy Symposium, and the Dam Good networking reception.

Thursday, July 25 features our utility executive roundtable discussion, more summit sessions and knowledge hub sessions, the Harley Davidson motorcycle giveaway, and a closing networking party.

HydroVision International is the world’s largest hydro industry event and your best opportunity to learn and grow in your career. We hope you are there enjoying all this event has to offer!

If you were not able to attend, you can follow the action on Twitter. Just search for #HydroVision.

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