Milwaukee WI - Change is in the Wind! Come to the Great Lakes Wind Collaborative 2nd Annual Meeting at We Energies' headquarters in Milwaukee WI.
A briefing on highly anticipated federal guidelines for offshore wind development in the Great Lakes will be featured, among other key topics. An opening presentation by leading energy officials from both the United States and Canada will shed light on what it means for the Great Lakes to serve as a model region for wind energy development and how this contributes to reducing CO2 and combating the effects of climate change. The meeting will also feature:
- Several offshore case studies
- Issues associated with transportation of wind turbine components and supplies in the Great Lakes region
- Transmission and integration of wind power into the grid; and
- The latest research on avian and wildlife issues, including two case studies
Additionally, the GLWC 2nd Annual Meeting will include updates on past, current, and future wind activities from state and provincial leaders, as well as workgroup discussions about the Collaborative’s activities over the course of its first year of operation and breakout sessions looking into future GLWC work activities.
A draft agenda for the GLWC 2nd Annual Meeting is available:
Great Lakes Wind Collaborative 2nd Annual Meeting Agenda
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To register complete the online registration form by May 29:
Hotel reservations must be made by Saturday, May 9. Call the Hilton Milwaukee City Center at 414-271-7250 or reserve through Hilton’s 800-number at 1-800-HILTONS. Be sure to let them know that you are with the Great Lakes Wind Collaborative guest room block. Single rooms are $99/night. Additional rooms are being held at The Pfister Hotel and the InterContinental Milwaukee, which are also within walking distance of the meeting facility. Single rooms at these hotels are $109/night.