Times are EDT - Green Energy Ohio invites you to participate in the second of a series of webinars designed to educate Ohioans on clean energy technologies and the incentives that drive their adoption across the Buckeye State.
West Chester, Ohio - Experts from the solar & wind industries will provide updates, information, and contacts pertaining to these important and emerging markets at “Supplying the Global Renewable Energy Market: Export Tools & Resources for Success” on Wednesday, August 25th in West Chester, Ohio.
This webinar was hosted by Windustry with support from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory on May 18, 2010. The webinar provided a discussion of discuss environmental assessments for land-based wind energy development in and near communities along the Great Lakes.
Presenters for the webinar included:
- David Stout, Chairman of the Wind Turbine Guidelines Advisory Committee, US Fish and Wildlife Service
- Charles McKeown, Renewable Energy Policy Program Manager, MSU Land Policy Institute
- Michael D. Ernst, Esq., Director, Regulatory Affairs, Tetra Tech
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- "Recommendations to the Secretary of the Interior from the Wind Turbine Guidelines Advisory Committee" - David J. Stout
- "Wind in the Coastal Great Lakes: the Conundrum for Communities" - Charles McKeown
- "Environmental & Permitting Challenges for Great Lakes Wind Power Development" - Michael D. Ernst, Esq.
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The Meeting on Great Lakes Regional Wind Energy was held on March 1-2, 2010 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Attendees heard presentations on a variety of topics, including: transmission planning and strategy for the great lakes region, wind project economics, renewable energy credit markets and state renewable portfolio standards, and challenges and opportunities in siting wind projects. Please see below for the agenda and archived presentations.
Transmission Planning and Strategy Panel:
- Dave Corbus, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
- Jennifer Curran, Midwest Independent System Operator
- Lisa Barton, American Electric Power
- Terry Harvill, ITC Holdings Corp.
Update from the Great Lakes Commission, Victoria Pebbles, Great Lakes Commission
Wind Energy Project Economics Panel:
- Tony Kuykendall, Business Development Manager, Performance Services
Regional REC and RPS Best Practices, Jennifer Alvarado, Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association
Midwestern Greenhouse Gas Reduction Accord, Jesse Heier, Midwestern Governer's Association
Wind Energy Siting: Challenges and Opportunities:
The Updates on Great Lakes Regional Wind Energy Resources were presented February 23-24th, 2009 in Columbus, OH. Attendees and wind energy experts discussed the mid-size turbine market, comparative economics, how renewable translate into rates, integrating wind into the grid, and Wind Working Groups.
Workforce Opportunities in Ohio’s Wind Industry
Emily Amato, Cuyahoga Community College,
Ohio Wind Working Group
AWEA Policy Update
Jeff Anthony, American Wind Energy Association
Landowner Options and Legal Issues in Wind Lease Agreements
Lisa Daniels, Windustry
Wind Turbine Supply Chain
Matt Garran, Great Lakes WIND Network
Great Lakes Wind Collaborative Overview & Update
John Hummer, Great Lakes Commission
Economic Policy Panel “Fuel Price Forecasts”
Ron Lehr, Consulting Attorney
10 FAQ’s About Wind Energy Integration…and Answers
Michael Milligan, National Renewable Energy Laboratory
Ohio’s Offshore Permitting Experience
David E. Nash, McMahon DeGulis
Renewable and Conventional Energy Generation:
Capacity and Costs
Ric O'Connell, Black & Veatch
Athens, OH - The Appalachian Regional Commission is sponsoring the New Energy. New Jobs. New Opportunities for Appalachia conference to share ideas and best practices on how communities can use their energy resources and emerging energy technologies and practices to diversify and strengthen their economies. Topics will include growing green enterprises, developing energy-efficient facilities, and building new-energy education and training programs.
Cincinnati, OH - CARE Crawley Building, University of Cincinnati. This exciting evening supports the non-profit efforts of Green Energy Ohio. Katherine Brass, GE Energy will be the featured speaker, a presentation entitled: "Ecomagination: Lessons Learned." Networking opportunities and silent auction. Full program details available here.
Dayton, OH - Wright State University hosts an Open House featuring Wright State University's new Renewable and Clean Energy Master's Degree Program in the College of Engineering and Computer Science.
Perrysburg, OH - Attendees from the region will have the opportunity to hear from expert speakers, learn about green collar jobs and interact with companies at the free tradeshow. Windustry Program Analyst Melissa Peterson will be one of the speakers.
Location: Owens Community College, Audio/Visual Classroom Center, 30335 Oregon Road, Perrysburg, Ohio 43551. Contact: email@example.com or 614-985-6131.
Attendees from the region will have the opportunity to hear from expert speaker Larry Feist, learn about green collar jobs and interact with companies at the free tradeshow.
Windustry Program Analyst Melissa Peterson will be one of the presenters.
Location: Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, 3520 Central Parkway Cincinnati, Ohio 45223. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 614-985-6131.