Across the world, the owners and operators of hydropower projects built decades ago are weighing up the benefits of updating their systems and controls with new digital technology.
In the hydropower sector, we’re all trying to do more with less. And as hydropower assets age, there’s always more to be done.
Despite the hydropower sector's familiarity with digitalisation, the new wave of innovation promises to bring profound changes to the way we build, design, operate and maintain our electrical systems.
Building on the success of past forums, the upcoming Canada's Forum on Hydropower seeks to update participants on major hydropower projects being built across the country.
Participants will learn how hydropower developers are leading in the delivery of clean and renewable electricity to Canada, North America and around the world. They will also find out how indigenous communities and the industry are partnering on projects and delivering environmental improvements.
|Date:||Wed, 11/21/2018 to Thu, 11/22/2018|
1 October 2018
With benefits including reduced operation and maintenance costs, and enhanced data analysis and project management, the digitalisation of hydropower projects and their control systems is a growing trend in the industry.
13 September 2018
Experienced professionals working in the hydropower community can now apply to become a Fellow of the International Hydropower Association (IHA).
IHA, a not-for-profit organisation committed to advancing sustainable hydropower, is launching Fellow membership to acknowledge the valuable contributions of professionals at the forefront of the sector’s development.
Hydropower Development 2018 will bring together senior executives and experts from the hydropower industry, as well as policy makers, consultants, technology innovators, engineers, investors, project developers and leading market analysts to discuss the sector's latest challenges and developments.
|Date:||Wed, 09/05/2018 to Thu, 09/06/2018|