SMEC announced as a premium exhibitor at the World Hydropower Congress
International consultancy company, SMEC has been announced as a premium exhibitor at the 2023 World Hydropower Congress taking place from 31 October to 2 November in Bali, Indonesia.
With a diverse workforce of over 5,400 employees spread across 66 offices in more than 35 countries around the world, SMEC is well-positioned to deliver specialist expertise in the energy sector from initial concept and feasibility to planning, design, construction, commissioning, and operation and maintenance. The consultancy is internationally recognised for expertise in the field of hydropower and dams, with the original Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric Scheme serving as the foundation of the organisation.
Being an advocate for environmentally responsible hydropower solutions, SMEC engages with stakeholders and conducts thorough ecological assessments to ensure the well-being of communities. As members of the International Commission on Large Dams (ICOLD), the Australian National Committee on Large Dams (ANCOLD), and the International Hydropower Association (IHA), the consultancy is committed to safeguarding the environment.
Karen Atkinson, SMEC Chief Operating Officer, Southeast Asia, and Pacific, celebrates SMEC’s support for the 2023 World Hydropower Congress:
“SMEC’s sponsorship underscores its unwavering commitment to sustainable hydropower development. By supporting the World Hydropower Congress, SMEC strives to initiate impactful discussions, exchange expertise and foster collaboration toward a future where hydropower plays a crucial role in powering economies, preserving the environment and benefitting communities.”
“SMEC has delivered support and advice to deliver hydropower projects for decades around the world, significantly advancing responsible hydropower practices. We are delighted to have their industry knowledge and expertise as a premium exhibitor at the World Hydropower Congress,” comments Eddie Rich, IHA CEO.