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Staff Workshop - Next Generation Wind Energy Technologies and their Environmental Implications


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California Energy Commission staff will conduct a workshop to discuss research needs and opportunities for the next generation of wind energy technologies.

October 25, 2018
1:00 PM
CALIFORNIA ENERGY COMMISSION
1516 Ninth Street
1st Floor, Charles Imbrecht Hearing Room
Sacramento, California
(Wheelchair Accessible)

For complete workshop details and remote access instructions, please see the workshop notice on our website at https://www.energy.ca.gov/research/notices/#10252018

Remote Attendance

You may participate in this meeting through WebEx, the Energy Commission's online meeting service. Presentations will appear on your computer screen, and you may listen to audio via your computer or telephone. Please be aware that the meeting may be recorded.

Go to https://energy.webex.com/ec. If this event is shown on the list of events, click on its “Join” link. If it is not listed, click the “Unlisted Events” link on the left of your screen and enter the meeting number 926 036 514. When prompted, enter your name and email address. No meeting password is needed.

Background
The 2018-2020 Electric Program Investment Charge (EPIC) Triennial Investment Plan identified the need to advance manufacturing techniques of wind turbine components for larger turbines; introduce new composite material for taller land-based wind towers and larger blades; and develop and deploy a cost-effective real-time remote monitoring and control system for offshore and land-based wind turbines (Strategic Initiative 4.2.1 and 4.2.2). Strategic Initiative 7.3.1 called for investigating the risks to sensitive species and habitats from renewable energy projects in California, including offshore wind. ...

This workshop will gather information and feedback from stakeholders and experts about key challenges associated with the design, manufacturing, and deployment of larger rotors and blades, taller land-based wind towers, cost-effective real-time monitoring control systems, and research to survey and monitor environmental responses to offshore wind energy projects in California.

Thursday, October 25, 2018

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California Energy Commission - Charles Imbrecht Hearing Room

1516 9th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
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