The Full Hydropower Experience is Here

Hydro is the world’s first renewable energy resource. It is as reliable and essential as the river that runs through it. 

Hydropower in the Content Program


Summit Track


The rapid growth and development of microgrids is driven by various needs and goals within utilities. Some find the integrated technology...

Knowledge hub

Knowledge Hub


Hydro is the original clean energy resource, first generating power for industrial processes as far back as the 18th century. Its modern towers...

breakfast roundtable

Breakfast Roundtable

These roundtable discussions provide excellent opportunities to network with peers while engaging with industry experts. We have a roundtable focusing on decentralized/renewable energy.

Hydropower on the Exhibit Floor 

exhibit floor

Hydropower-related Exhibitors

This year, we have many exhibitors focusing on hydro, including:

1. Andritz Inc.
2. Kingsbury Inc.
3. National Electric Coil
4. Parker Hannifin

exhibit floor

Exhibition 2.0

We're reimagining the floor networking experience with these key additions: 

1. Initiate! All-new start-up zone 
2. Enhanced Knowledge Hubs More space & more FREE content
3. Food & Networking Hot Spots No need to walk for a bite and a quick meet
4. MATCH! Meeting zone (available for participating exhibitors)
5. Organized Intl & Technology Pavilions Making a big floor small again

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hydro zone

Hydro Zone

This dedicated exhibiting zone located on the expansive POWERGEN International exhibit floor will be adjacent to the interactive Hydropower Knowledge Hub theater, sponsored by the National Hydropower Association.

Hydropower in the Media

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Power Engineering

NYPA announces $30M energy storage demonstration project upstate


The 20-MW demonstration project will be adjacent to an NYPA substation in Franklin County. Construction could begin this fall although NY...

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Hydro Review

Operations achieved at 290-MW Nam Ngiep 1 hydropower plant between Laos and Thailand


Kansai Electric Power Co. Inc. announces that the 290-MW Nam Ngiep 1 hydropower plant has begun commercial operations.