2023 OWA Power of Water Conference - Visit TurbinePROs at Booth #64
Ontario Waterpower Association's annual Power of Water Canada (POWC) Technical Conference and Trade Show is the largest annual gathering of the hydroelectric power industry with more than 400 delegates and 60 exhibitors. The POWC features educational sessions focused on technical, operational, and policy topics that affect hydropower facilities and assets.
Where: White Oaks Resort & Spa | Niagara on the Lake, ON Canada
When: May 29-31, 2023
Meet TurbinePROs' hydro field and specialty services experts. We work with you to customize services that fit your needs from inspection and consultation to installation, repairs, maintenance, and modernizations. Stop by TurbinePROs Booth #64 to get information specific to your plant's projects.
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Visit the conference website and agenda here for more information on event workshops, meetings & tours.
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TurbinePROs has always been committed to our customers', employees', and entire project team's health and safety. Now, providing the safest, most productive services to power-generating facilities while minimizing and preventing the spread of COVID-19 is of paramount importance. We have worked diligently to develop solutions and protocol above and beyond the CDC's standard health and safety guidelines to mitigate Coronavirus infection while we are servicing critical plant components vital to infrastructure.
It is with great pride and gratitude that we thank every one of our team and those we work with on site who made 2018 the safest year in TurbinePROs' history.
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