Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) - Webinars & Events
There are no upcoming Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) webinars or events.
This webinar, hosted by Clean Energy Group for the Northeast Wind Resource Center, highlights the Northeast Ocean Plan and Rhode Island’s Ocean Special Area Management Plan and the public processes leading to comprehensive ocean management regulations that protect ocean resources and activities.
This webinar, presented by the Northeast Wind Resource Center (NWRC), features a discussion on the standards and skills needed to prepare US workers to meet the needs of the emerging offshore wind industry. Panelists include Earl Walker of Siemens Energy, and Megan Amsler of Self-Reliance Corporation/ North Atlantic Offshore Training and Development Center.
Please join us for an update on the milestones the University of Maine’s pilot-scale and demonstration offshore wind projects have achieved in the last few months and the University’s next steps as it works on securing power purchase agreements and awaits a funding decision from the U.S. Department of Energy for its demonstration project off of Monhegan Island. Guest speakers are Jeff Thaler and Habib Dagher from the University of Maine.
Mike Hay (Xodus Group) and Cathryn Hooper (Source Low Carbon) provided an overview of Europe’s offshore wind industry developments and important lessons that the U.S. can take from UK experiences. In addition, the presenters discussed offshore wind siting issues.
The webinar will present a recap and highlights from the recent Southeastern Coastal Wind Conference in Charleston, SC.
Join OWAP for a 60-minute webinar with Dr. Habib Dagher, founding director of the Advanced Structures and Composites Center at the University of Maine. Dr. Dagher will discuss VolturnUS platform prototype, its launch and progress to date, and how the project is supporting and growing the U.S. offshore wind industry through technological innovation. Dr. Dagher’s presentation will be followed by a Q&A period.
CESA’s Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) and the Global Wind Network (GLWN) hosted this webinar to outline the DOE/GLWN Offshore Supply Chain project and explain how coastal regions can participate in the development and implementation of this emerging energy industry.
Join OWAP for a 60-minute webinar briefing on the major findings from this new analysis, undertaken by the Brattle Group. The analysis finds that, based on reasonable assumptions of technology learning rates, offshore wind energy can reach grid parity with fossil fuel generation before 2030.
Join CESA’s Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) and the National Wildlife Federation for a webinar that will examine the scientific underpinnings of North Atlantic right whale conservation; identify how this challenge might impact offshore wind development; and describe the details and impact of recently agreed-upon conservation measures that present a solution.
Clean Energy States Alliance is hosting a webinar for its Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) on offshore wind siting issues.