Small Hydro Canada 201416th and 17th April 2014, Vancouver, Canada
Hydropower plays a major role in Canada’s energy portfolio. However, with so many facets playing into future developments, there is much to learn and discuss in order to optimize your business opportunities. We are very proud to announce Arena International’s 6th annual Small Hydro Conference in Vancouver, Canada.
We are pleased to welcome back key power generation companies, developers, EPC contractors as well as government bodies and financial investors at an international event that jumps to new heights from year to year. As we enter a crucial stage in the future of Small Hydro in British Columbia, can you afford to miss this event?
* New for 2014: in addition to this Western Summit, we will be hosting an Eastern Summit on June 18th-19th in Toronto. More details to be announced shortly.*
Small Hydro Canada 2014 attracts high level members of a range of organisations including hydro technology development companies, plant construction, plant operators, environmental organisations, energy grid operators, regulators and government bodies.
Right now we are working with stakeholders from across the industry to create a collection of discussions and presentations that will keep you at the forefront of developments in this sector. Each year our talks delve into state-of-the-art solutions and case study-based success stories that enable you to take your business forward.
Our Small Hydro series proudly boast a collection of very high-calibre speakers - including CEOs, Company Presidents, Financial Directors and Energy Specialists – from the most reputable companies and associations within small hydro.
An independent review of the Site C project in British Columbia, Canada, by Ernst & Young and BTY Consultancy Group has found that appropriate processes are in place to meet project milestones and financial targets, with the project described as bein…
Work is set to continue on the Tokwe-Mukorsi dam in Zimbabwe after the country’s government released US$20.3 million for use towards project completion.
Large hydropower projects could soon be classed as renewable energy in India as the country’s energy ministry is looking to remove a barrier that currently means only projects under 25MW fall into this category.
The world’s most powerful tidal turbine has been installed at the European Marine Energy Centre on Orkney, UK.
Statkraft has officially reopened its Nedre Røssåga hydropower station in Nordland, Norway, following an extensive NOK 2 billion four-year renovation and expansion project which increased the stations capacity from 250MW to 350MW.