The National Hydropower Association is thrilled to set our sites on Cincy for Clean Currents 2023! Hugging the banks of the mighty Ohio River, Cincinnati is the perfect locale to bring the entire North American waterpower community together as we move waterpower forward.
Great support and participation from our Host Utilities
American Municipal Power (AMP), Duke Energy, and the City of Hamilton offer tours of their projects and insightful presentations.
It’s easily accessible and affordable
Cincinnati is within 500 miles of 60% of the US population, and the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (a Delta Airlines hub) is one of the world’s fastest-growing and most modern airports. The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport (CVG) has more flights into and out of it than any other city within a two-hour radius and has been rated the lowest-fare airport in the region.
Pro baseball began in Cincinnati in 1869: Clean Currents 2023’s Official Networking Event: Celebrate Waterpower! will be held at the Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame & Museum Wednesday Night!
Cincy is a compact, easy-to-navigate city
Cincinnati is a city that will allow you to explore all it has to offer without venturing too far from the Duke Energy Convention Center.
Cincy has successfully combined chili and spaghetti!
More than 170 chili parlors serve Cincinnati Chili from “two-way” to “five-way” every day!
You’ll be heading to one of the 50 best places to travel
According to TRAVEL+LEISURE magazine.
Explore Waterpower Innovations
Unique opportunity to visit a U.S. Corps of Engineers lock and dam where a hydro component has been added to the Corps’ Great Lakes and Ohio River Division (headquartered in Cincinnati!)