Alstom heading to DC for NHA 2014
Alstom is committed to producing renewable hydropower for over a century. The company views hydropower as part of a long-term sustainable energy plan that can help North America rise to the energy challenges it is facing. Water to wire, Alstom helps stabilize America’s grid and does so proudly.
Alstom will join over 500 hydro professionals in the nation’s capital for the 2014 National Hydropower Association’s Annual Conference from April 28th-30th, in Washington, DC. This conference seeks to bring together the entire industry to collectively strengthen the voice of this silent renewable and to advocate for this reliable and renewable resource.
Attended by owners, operators, developers, regulators, consultants, analysts, manufacturers, and service providers, just to name a few, the conference provides attendees with the opportunity to engage in dialogue with elected officials and federal agency staff on topics such as the industry’s growth potential, relicensing, market structures, compliance, and financing.
Alstom’s Debbie Mursch, Director, Market Strategy and Development, will lead a session on Monday afternoon, April 28th entitled “The Crucial Role of Electricity Storage in Making Transmission Grids Reliable and Resilient”.