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Recent interest and activity in small hydro has soared, driven by federal incentives the market for small hydro power continues to grow and is now recognized as one of the most cost effective and environmentally friendly forms of renewable power. Small hydro power is a prominent source of energy in both the developed and developing world. Local communities are identifying SHP as a path to energy sustainability and independence.
Small hydro can make a substantial contribution to the United State's hydroelectric generating capacity and can play a key role in the re-localization of power infrastructure in the US. Small Hydro USA 2009 will bring together all the key stakeholders in the value chain to discuss how to drive this dynamic market forward and the policies and legislation that need to be put in place to ensure its continued growth.
Join us at Small Hydro USA and gain an unparalleled insight into this evolving market:
Confirmed Speakers include:
Linda Church Ciocci,
National Hydropower Association
Victor Lozano, Bureau of Land Management, US Department Of the Interior
Kamau Sadiki, Hydropower Business Line Manager, US Army Corps of Engineers
Norman Bishop, Vice President, Hydro And Dams Market Sector Leader, MWH Americas
Wayne Krouse, Chief Executive Officer, Hydro Green Energy
Mary Powell, President and Chief Executive Officer, Green Mountain Power
Nancy Skancke, Partner, GKRSE
Fred Ayer, Executive Director, Low Impact Hydropower Institute
John Seebach, Director, Hydropower Reform Initiative, American Rivers
Alex Pennock, Manager, Greene(r) Energy Program, Center for Resource Solutions
Luis Valdez Baez, Founder, Valdez Ingeneirios
Senior Representative, Brookfield Power
If you are interested in speaking at this event please submit a speaking proposal (presentation title, 4-5 bullet point and speaker biography) to Lauren Brodie
Contact Ben Leighton for further details
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Policy & Regulation
Project Risk & Certification
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The Environmental & Social Impacts of Small Hydro Power
The Role of Small Hydro Globally
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, D.C. 20004