Hydro Plant Maintenance and Reliability Conference demonstrates the challenges associated with successful hydro generation and plant operations

marcus evans invites you to attend its Hydro Plant Maintenance and Reliability Conference June 9-10, 2011, in Vancouver. Hear from senior-level executives of Hydro Generation on how to identify plant operations and maintenance best practices in order to optimize the use of hydro assets.

Hydroelectric generation is the largest type of renewable energy within the United States and Canada. With the amount of available resources for this type of generation and the many environmental advantages that come along with its use, hydroelectric generation is the most widely used form of renewable energy within North America today. Since this is one of the oldest forms of renewable energy, and in the highest demand, there are many problems that plants are facing today, including updating aging infrastructures, preserving assets and developing efficient maintenance processes.

Based on the previous success of generation asset management events in the United States, the marcus evans Hydro Plant Maintenance and Reliability Conference seeks to demonstrate the challenges associated with successful hydro generation and plant operations throughout the North American region.  Discover ways to preserve hydro generation assets through life cycle management strategies.

Key topics to be covered include:

  • Budgeting and planning for maintenance tasks to enhance plant asset operations
  • Enhancing asset and life cycle management through various operations and maintenance practices
  • Understanding the environmental impact on hydro maintenance practices

With a one-track focus, the Hydro Plant Maintenance and Reliability Conference includes case studies, presentations and panel discussions over two full days. This conference targets industry leaders in plant management, maintenance and operations roles in order to provide an intimate atmosphere for both the delegates and speakers.

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