Across the province, Halifax
Professional Engineer Certificate
Hydropower Engineering is comprehensive engineering knowledge (design, drawings, computations) of various components of a hydro-power project. As an engineer, you would study and understand all the ways water can be turned into electricity. The various components are can include Hydrology, Power Potential Studies, dam, spillways and diversion tunnels.
A Hydropower Engineer performs some or all of the following duties:
After getting your Bachelor of Engineering, you will need to be admitted as an Engineer in Training (EIT) by an Association of Professional Engineers in Canada. Once you have completed 4 years of suitable work experience, you may apply to become a professional engineer.