2016 AWRA Spring Specialty Conference: Water - Energy - Environment
Plenary Bios

Wayne Dyok

Wayne has been engaged in hydropower licensing and design for more than 40 years. He recently retired from the Alaska Energy Authority where he managed the 459 MW Susitna-Watana Project. After retiring, Wayne established H2O EcoPower, a sole proprietorship Alaska company that specializes in cost-effectively developing hydropower projects in harmony with the environment.

Wayne is a registered civil engineer with a master's degree in hydraulic engineering. He started his career as a consultant for the Innuit on the James Bay Hydropower. He has since worked on and managed dozens of hydro projects in over 20 states, Canada, Africa and Asia. His specialty is integrating the environmental, engineering, and financial aspects of hydropower. As a past and current Board member of the National Hydropower Association, Wayne has been active in hydro industry policy matters.