The largest gathering of the hydroelectric sector is nearly here. From October 21-23, 2019, over 400 delegates, 65 exhibitors and 45 speakers will attend the 2019 Power of Water Canada Technical Conference and Trade Show in Niagara Falls, Ontario. What makes Power of Water Canada a must-attend hydroelectric event?
Two-Day Trade Show
Meet new product and service providers at the Power of Water Canada trade show. With 65+ exhibitors set to attend, the trade show offers hydroelectric generators, operators and maintenance staff an unparalleled opportunity to discover new partners and opportunities.
For exhibitors, the trade show is your chance to do business in Canada’s hydroelectric sector. Don’t miss this opportunity to raise your organization’s profile above your competitors. Booths are 90% sold — register today.
This year’s program has been extended over three days to include three new educational streams with 12 breakout sessions in addition to nine fast-paced, 20-minute Tech Talks.
- Stream A: The Future is Now — Preparing Today for the Opportunities of Tomorrow
- Stream B: Rethinking Investment Strategies — The New Normal
- Stream C: An Industry P.E.S.T. Analysis
- Tech Talks – 20 minute fast-paced session focused on the latest innovations for the industry
Back by popular demand, Day One of Power of Water Canada includes an inside look at Sir Adam Beck Generating Stations One and Two. With a combined capacity of nearly 2,000 MW, it’s the largest site for waterpower generation in Ontario. The tours will also include a viewing of the nearby International Control Dam. To learn more, click here.
Leaders of Tomorrow
The waterpower sector, like anything, is subject to constant change. That’s why 15 of waterpower’s future leaders will be challenged to dive deep into issues facing the industry as it prepares for the future. Don’t miss their conclusions — and advice — during the Closing Plenary and lunch on Oct. 23 from 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Participants must be from an OWA member company and have no more than five years industry experience or be aged 30 or younger. For more information, including registration, click here.
Knowledge Activity Hours Credits
Attending the Power of Water Canada Technical Conference and Trade Show also affords you the opportunity to earn knowledge Professional Development Hours, or as an engineer, activity hours, as part of the Professional Engineers of Ontario’s PEAK Program.
Interested in joining us at this 2019 Power of Water Canada Technical Conference and Trade Show? Click the buttons below to learn more and register before time runs out!