10th Annual Small Hydro Latin America 2020
Arena International is proud to celebrate the 10th birthday of Small Hydro Latin America, for 2020 we will be bringing together the small hydro industry for another year of insight and debate on the latest developments in small hydro
To celebrate our decade of running SHLA we will gather developers, investors, generators, distributors and vendors of services and equipment across the whole LATAM region. For 2020 We will cover different aspects of Small Hydro to uncover new opportunities in the region whilst offering you the best environment to grow your networking!
The 2020 show will come back with new case studies and interactive sessions to help the industry embrace innovation, accelerate regulatory processes and win market share.
Don’t miss out on an amazing opportunity to learn from the experts and help us celebrate our 10th birthday!
What to Expect for 2020?
The 10th Small Hydro Latin America Conference is the meeting place for the regional industry and beyond – with 2 days of educational sessions, multiple networking opportunities and our 10th birthday party this is the event to find ideas and inspiration for your hydro needs
Come to the only event in Latin America that brings together a wide ranging attendance from power plant operators and developers throughout South and Central America.
Network during this 2-day conference with investors of projects, regulators, government ministries, associations and service and technology providers to have a holistic perspective on the LATAM hydro market
Broaden your knowledge and understanding of the Small Hydro energy in Latin America by attending a thought-leadership programme that cover all aspects of the industry: Finance, social issues, technical development and regulatory requirement will all be covered in the 2019 edition
Leave after 2 days of intense networking and learning with strong key takeaways on what to do and who to contact to keep developing your hydro activity
Our 2-days conference will give you a better understanding of where to invest in Latin America, and the practical steps to navigate the regulatory landscape