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A list of all pages that have property "Event/Description" with value "A webinar to learn more about Water Power Technologies Office’s (WPTO) activities, partnerships, programs. and what’s on the horizon for water power R&D in 2021. The webinar will take a deep spane into current topics of interest in the office. Led by Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Renewable Power and WPTO Director Alejandro Moreno, the webinar will also feature program managers and technical leads from across WPTO. Program representatives will provide an update on the administration transition and FY21 budget, highlight recent announcements and publications, share project updates, and discuss upcoming priorities. The presentation will close with Q&A. This webinar is one of WPTO’s many efforts to improve transparency and engagement with the spanerse groups of water power science and research stakeholders. Email questions ahead of the webinar to WaterPowerTechnologiesOffice@ee.doe.gov.". Since there have been only a few results, also nearby values are displayed.

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    • Event:Semiannual WPTO Stakeholder Webinar  + (A webinar to learn more about Water Power
      A webinar to learn more about Water Power Technologies Office’s (WPTO) activities, partnerships, programs. and what’s on the horizon for water power R&D in 2021. The webinar will take a deep dive into current topics of interest in the office. Led by Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary for Renewable Power and WPTO Director Alejandro Moreno, the webinar will also feature program managers and technical leads from across WPTO. Program representatives will provide an update on the administration transition and FY21 budget, highlight recent announcements and publications, share project updates, and discuss upcoming priorities. The presentation will close with Q&A. This webinar is one of WPTO’s many efforts to improve transparency and engagement with the diverse groups of water power science and research stakeholders. Email questions ahead of the webinar to WaterPowerTechnologiesOffice@ee.doe.gov.
      o WaterPowerTechnologiesOffice@ee.doe.gov.)