Clean Currents 2022

Who Should Attend and Why

Clean Currents is designed to deliver a valuable, relevant experience to attendees from across the full waterpower spectrum. Whatever your role or job function, you will leave Clean Currents with real-world solutions that you can apply on the job and strengthen your ability to contribute to the success of waterpower in the clean energy future.


Join Your Colleagues in Sacramento to:

Benefit from peer-to-peer learning

Make meaningful connections with peers that share similar issues

Explore the latest waterpower solutions from across the hydropower supply chain that will improve your operations


All Involved in Waterpower Have a Place at Clean Currents 2022

Asset Owners/Generators
Project Developers
Manufacturers/Suppliers
Service Providers
Consultants
Government Agencies

Resource Agencies
Regulators
Research Entities
Non-Profit Organizations
Academia
Financial Entities

Venture Capitalists/Financiers
Regional Development or Innovation Organizations
Technology Incubators, Accelerators
Power Marketers, ITOs/ISOs


Listen to what National Hydropower Association board members have to say about the waterpower industry’s premiere trade show + conference – Clean Currents 2022:


The Inclusive Current

  • Access focused, industry-driven content designed with you in mind
  • Take deep dives into important topics that impact mechanical, electrical, and civil engineers
  • Learn about new innovations to solve ongoing and habitual problems
  • Earn meaningful certification for professional development—Clean Currents will offer 16.5 professional development hours to attendees

  • Learn how to improve operations
  • Access focused, industry-driven content that applies to your work including topics on sales, budgeting, and networking
  • Gain insight into your peers’ operations and approach to similar problems
  • Take deep dives into important topics such as cybersecurity, funding dam safety, and O&M, and how to empower hydro ambassadors
  • Learn about new innovations to solve ongoing and habitual problems

  • Discover how to solve a specific problem you have in your plant or on your project
  • Learn how to improve operations
  • Access focused content that applies to you or your staff including safety and licensing compliance and how to implement new technology
  • Learn about new innovations to solve ongoing and habitual problems
  • Take deep dives into important topics such as the shift toward preventative maintenance, how to get more out of current equipment, and how to best use data
  • Earn meaningful certification for professional development—Clean Currents will offer 16.5 professional development hours to attendees

  • Network to renew your connections with other leaders and make new ones
  • Gain intel that will improve your company’s ROI
  • Learn additional business-building best practices from your peers
  • Discuss hot topics such as the progress of regulatory reform, corporate buyers of renewable energy, and co-location opportunities for waterpower
  • Explore ways to finance a modernization program
  • Discover opportunities to promote goodwill for your firm and support your employees

  • Access focused; industry-driven content designed with young professionals in mind
  • Take deep dives into important topics that increase your expertise and position you as a valuable resource
  • Connect with other young professionals and meet new industry mentors
  • Take place in shaping the industry and ensuring waterpower has a leading role in the clean energy future

  • Connect with agency representatives in person and open new lines of communication
  • Gain insights on regulations on the horizon and updates to current ones
  • Connect with your peers to learn how others are facing—and solving—similar challenges
  • Find ways to communicate more effectively with internal stakeholders

  • Network and secure business after the event
  • Share your ideas with the industry and generate interest in advancing them
  • Take advantage of a variety of education topics that speak to many interested related to waterpower

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