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Waterpower industry talks solutions on urgency to act on net zero at Canadian Waterpower Week

Hydropower experts from across the country reconvened at the industry’s annual national event to discuss advancing projects and investments including hydropower refurbishments, pumped storage hydro, inter-provincial transmission, and green hydrogen in Canada to achieve 2030 Paris Agreement climate goals. Ottawa, Ontario, October 8, 2021 – More than 300 participants and national leading experts in hydropower …

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Media advisory: accreditation available for the hydropower industry’s only national annual event in Canada

Who: WaterPower Canada, the voice of the hydropower industry in Canada, invites media to attend the only national annual event for the industry: the 2021 Canadian Waterpower Week. The event will unite over 400 industry experts and stakeholders from Canada, U.S. and Europe. Our attendees are: 40% decision-makers from hydropower generators, 35% senior executives and …

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In conversation: Anne-Raphaëlle Audouin and Eddie Rich of the International Hydropower Association

Countries across the globe, including Canada, are setting ambitious net-zero emissions goals to tackle the global climate crisis. Hydropower generates around 60% of all renewable electricity globally, making it crucial to meet these targets. In advance of Canadian WaterPower Week (Oct. 6-8, 2021), Anne-Raphaëlle Audouin, President & CEO, WaterPower Canada, spoke with Eddie Rich, CEO …

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Why diversity, equity and inclusion are crucial to the future of waterpower

Michelle Branigan, CEO at Electricity Human Resources Canada, discusses main barriers of DEI ahead of her panel at the Canadian Waterpower Week. Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) are more than HR buzzwords. They’re essential policies for the long-term health of any professional organization, including waterpower utilities and their suppliers. In advance of the Canadian Waterpower …

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Building Toward Net Zero: A preview of the 2021 Canadian Waterpower Week

More than 400 industry experts are expected to attend the 2021 Canadian Waterpower Week virtually on October 6-8. Waterpower is Canada’s competitive advantage in the drive to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to meet Canada’s Paris Agreement targets, and net zero by 2050. This coming decade will be critical for the advancement of projects and investments …

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WaterPower Canada launches industry’s premier national annual event: the virtual 2021 Canadian Waterpower Week

Industry and stakeholders from across Canada and the world are invited to explore the future of hydropower in North America at WaterPower Canada’s conference on October 6-8, 2021.  Ottawa, Ontario, June 15, 2021 – WaterPower Canada today announced its annual Canadian Waterpower Week will be held virtually from October 6 to 8, 2021. The Conference …

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