Find here everything about current events, conferences, meetings and trade fairs on the subject of hydropower, pumps and turbines and much more.
With regard to climate protection and security of supply, hydropower is of particular importance in the future energy system as a storable, safe, base load-capable and long-established renewable energy source.
Portugal has strong emphasis on all forms of renewable and has a wealth of experience and expertise to share, in all forms of hydropower: from large-scale pumped-storage plants to large and small run-of-river installations.
The public’s focus is often on wind power and solar energy when addressing the issue of energy generation through renewable energies. However, small hydropower in particular makes an enormously important contribution as a CO2-free energy resource.
Hydrovision, Portland OR: The largest hydropower conference and exhibition in the world with approximately 4000 participants.
Portland – well known for its parks, bridges and cycle paths, his environmental friendliness, microbreweries and cafes. The largest city in the state of Oregon lies on the Columbia and Willamette Rivers. For more than 3000 hydropower professionals Portland will be the meeting point for the exchange of knowledge and experience from 23 - 25 July. HydroVision® INTERNATIONAL will focus on hydropower’s current and future challenges.
From November 29th to 30th, 2018, the RENEXPO® INTERHYDRO trade fair and conference takes place at the Salzburg Exhibition Center. Once again, it will be the meeting point of the hydropower industry. With topics such as state-of-the-art technology and innovations, general conditions at EU and national level, cost effectiveness and the ecological aspects of hydropower, the RENEXPO® INTERHYDRO provides a unique platform for manufacturers, operators, planners, project developers, investors, municipalities, power utilities, politics, science and research from all over Europe.
Gdansk is situated on Poland’s Baltic Coast and the Vistula river mouth. Besides the colourful facades and the historic buildings, this city impresses with many other places worth to see and the important role that it has played in the history of Poland.
From October 15th to 17th there is another good reason for a trip to this beautiful city. It’s Gdansk will welcome hydropower experts from more than 75 nations in the context of the Hydro 2018 exhibition and conference in the AMBEREXPO exhibition and congress center.
Das 21. Internationale Anwenderforum Kleinwasserkraftwerke wird von 27. bis 28. September 2018 zum ersten Mal in Freiburg im Breisgau am westlichen Fuße des Schwarzwaldes zu Gast sein. Und dies hat durchaus seinen guten Grund.