WaterPower Canada launches virtual 2021 Canadian Waterpower Week
Industry and stakeholders from across Canada and the world are invited to explore hydropower in North America at the virtual conference on October 6-8, 2021.
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OTTAWA — On June 15, WaterPower Canada announced that its annual Canadian Waterpower Week will be held virtually from October 6 to 8, 2021. The Conference will explore hydropower’s evolving role in the clean-energy mix as Canada builds toward net-zero emissions.
More than 400 industry stakeholders, representing Canada, U.S. and abroad, will navigate the key issues and opportunities facing the sector. Over three days of programming, attendees will gain insights and network with industry stakeholders, including decision-makers from hydropower generators, senior executives, supply chain experts, and representatives from government, academia and think tanks.
WaterPower Canada announces that they will have the support of Canada’s leading hydroelectricity producers and developers including BC Hydro, Hydro-Québec, Manitoba Hydro, Ontario Power Generation, TC Energy and Evolugen, and major manufacturing, engineering, and construction companies such as Andritz Hydro Canada, BBA, GE Renewable Energy, Kiewit, SNC-Lavalin, Barnard, HATCH, CIMA+, and marketing agency 3flow communications, in the delivery of the event.
Industry experts and thought leaders are invited to express their interest to speak at the event as well.
“The next 10 years are critical to advance the projects and investments that will be needed to achieve Canada’s Paris Agreement climate targets, and to build toward net zero from there. This Conference for Canada’s original and largest clean and renewable energy industry will explore the major competitive advantages that hydropower presents as we phase out coal, increase clean power production, and advance electrification and green hydrogen. Join us at this milestone event. It will be an unparalleled opportunity to navigate this path together.” said Patrick Bateman, Interim President, WaterPower Canada.