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February 2016

BC Hydro Presentation "Generation Capital Planning Process"

Organized by the APEGBC Okanagan Branch

Status: Advanced registration is now closed. For space availability, please contact [email protected]
Date: Thursday, February 18, 2016
Time: 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Location: Hillcrest Farm Market & Cafe - 700 Highway 33 East, Kelowna, BC
Presenter: Roman Dusil
Credit: 1 Informal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Cost: $20 Members and Guests
$15 EIT/GIT's and Student Members 
Note: Price includes a selection of Hillcrest made Indian and Western appetizers.
Join the Okanagan Branch for an informative discussion of how BC Hydro determines their power needs, manages water and exports strategies. These components dictate how the overall system at BC Hydro is developed and maintained. BC Hydro's current infrastructure will be reviewed as well as how decisions are made on what assests receive capital expenditure.

Schedule

6:00 PM - Sign-in and Networking
7:00 PM - Introductions and Presentation by Roman Dusil
7:45 PM - Q & A 
8:00 PM - Networking and socializing

About the Speaker

Roman Dusil is an electrical engineer who received his bachlors in engineering and management from McMaster University. He has worked for BC Hydro for 25 years in a variety of roles. Currently, he is the Generation Regional Asset Manager for the Bridge River area and Lower Mainland. 

Notes

  • If you have any questions about the event, please contact the Okanagan Branch at [email protected].
  • To help us best predict our catering numbers, register by February 16, 2016. 


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