Webinars

Wind Energy Briefing for Energy Leaders

2009

Times are EDT

Please join the American Wind Energy Association for a webcast on April 30th or May 1st. Presented by Kathy Belyeu (AWEA Manager of Industry Information Services) the webcasts will focus on wind energy industry growth. In 2008, the U.S. wind energy industry brought online over 8,500 megawatts (MW) of new wind power capacity, increasing the nation's cumulative total by 50% to over 25,300 MW

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Electric Cooperative Wind Project Case Studies

2009

Times and Mountain Daylight Time.

Sponsored by National Rural Electric Cooperative Assoc., American Public Power Assoc.-DEED program, Western Area Power Administration, U.S. DOE Wind and Hydropower Technologies Program, National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Utility Wind Integration Group, American Wind Energy Association-AWEA Utility Working Group, National Wind Coordinating Collaborative.

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Municipal Utility Wind Project Case Studies

2009

Times are Mountain Daylight Time.

Examine different approaches to municipal utility wind power projects through three case studies.  The studies will look at utility-owned projects, purchase power projects, financing and contractual arrangements, overcoming management and technical barriers, reasons for choosing particular technologies, and more.

Space may be limited, so reserve your space early.  To register, contact Ryan Harry; BCS, Inc. at 303-425-6800 or RHarry@BCS-HQ.com.

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Wind Turbine Maintenance Programs

2009

Times are Mountain Daylight Time

Discover how utility-owned wind projects have established effective turbine maintenance programs.  Featuring both in-house and contractor-led perspectives, speakers will cover staffing requirements; maintenance training planning and costs; and new wind maintenance applications and techniques.

Space may be limited, so reserve your space early.  To register, contact Ryan Harry; BCS, Inc. at 303-425-6800 or RHarry@BCS-HQ.com.

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CREBS and PTC Update

2009

Times are Mountain Daylight Time.

Congress recently passed appropriations for Clean Renewable Energy Bonds (CREBs) and Production Tax Credits (PTC).  Learn which technologies are eligible, how to apply and the best strategies for securing an award.

Space may be limited, so reserve your space early.  To register, contact Ryan Harry; BCS, Inc. at 303-425-6800 or RHarry@BCS-HQ.com.

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