Gain Access (and PDHs) to Content from Past NHA Events

Gain Access (and PDHs) to Content from Past NHA Events

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With so many virtual events, it’s hard to attend everything. Yet, you may be left thinking this about a virtual event that has passed: “I missed this event, but I sure wish I could hear a particular speaker or review a technical presentation.”

You’re not alone. The National Hydropower Association (NHA) – which has organized several virtual events over the past year – hears lots of requests about getting access to panels, presentations, and/or exhibitor materials from past national, international, and regional events.

To make this access possible, NHA has set up an on-demand library so individuals can purchase access to the 2021 virtual Waterpower Week and/or the 2021 virtual International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE).

This offer is available through May 30, 2021.

“Purchasing access to one or more of these events gives individuals an ‘on-demand’ learning module available 24 hours/7 days a week,” says Francesca Blanco, NHA’s director of meetings and events. “In addition, if you purchase access to the content, you’ll also receive professional development hour credits.”

For Waterpower Week and ICOE, the access includes all of the sessions, poster presentations, sponsored sessions and/or resources in the booths in the exhibit halls of each event. By purchasing access to Waterpower Week content, you will earn 12 professional development hours (PDHs); for ICOE, you will earn 12.25 PDHs.

Purchase the ICOE On-Demand Library or WPW On-Demand Library by May 30 to access all content for an entire year!

SNEAK PEEK AT WHAT YOU’LL GET THROUGH THE ON-DEMAND LIBRARY

Waterpower Week

NHA has pivoted Waterpower Week from the Association’s annual event (which is now Clean Currents), to a more focused regulatory and legislative policy event. The content that came out of the 2021 event features more than 90 speakers, representing industry, government agencies, non-government organizations (NGOs), tribes, resource agencies, Congress, and RTOs/ISOs.

The access to the content library includes speeches by:

  • New Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Commissioner Allison Clements
  • U.S. Department of Energy Deputy Secretary David Turk
  • Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)
  • Representative David B. McKinley (R-West Virginia)
  • Representative Paul Tonko (D-New York)

So purchase access today and hear from incredible speakers, provocative panels and view resources from exhibitors.

International Conference on Ocean Energy (ICOE)

As soon as you purchase access to content, you can view the poster presentations created by more than 360 marine energy professionals and watch technical presentations.

You can also watch, on demand, the event’s five plenary sessions:

  • Commercialization on the Horizon: International Advancements in Marine Energy

Featuring the U.S. Department of Energy, including Deputy Secretary David Turk, Senator Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Representative Suzanne Bonamici of Oregon

  • Green for Blue: Finance and Funding for Marine Energy Projects

Led by Tim Cornelius of Global Energy Group with speakers from Deja Blue Consulting, Abundance Investments, TechnipFMC, SIMEC Atlantis Energy, and Minesto

  • The UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development: What is it and what does it mean for Marine Energy?

Featuring explorer Bertrand Piccard and Paul Holthus, CEO of the World Ocean Council, with additional panelists from TOOL, Americas, Fugro, BNP Paribas and DEME Group

  • First Markets for Ocean Energy: Powering the Blue Economy

Featuring Catherine Tobin, Fellow of Ocean Observing System (IOOS) Office.

  • Looking Forward: Next Generation of Marine Energy Leaders, Future of Ocean Energy – Perspectives from Trade Organization CEOs, and ICOE 2022

Featuring Neil Kermode, Malcolm Woolf, Remi Gruet, Sue Barr, Steve Hall and Britta Schaffmeister