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Upcoming Events in Colorado

6 event(s).

11th Annual American Renewable Energy Day Summit

Date: 8/9/2014 to 8/13/2014

Location: Aspen, CO

This information was last updated on June 13, 2014

Speakers and attendees include leaders from the public and private sectors in science, finance, investment, government, and diverse technology development and deployment. The event features demonstrations, presentations, performances, film screenings and dialogues about sustainability. This year's featured speaker is former President Jimmy Carter.

AWEA State Wind Energy Forum - Colorado

Date: 10/1/2014

Location: Denver, CO

Phone: 202-383-2500

Source: American Wind Energy Association

University of Denver, Driscoll Ballroom

This information was last updated on July 11, 2014

Registration

With more than 2,300 MW of installed wind capacity, Colorado is on the forefront of wind energy expansion, making it an ideal location for AWEA's series of state-level wind forums. Join AWEA and your wind industry peers at the AWEA State Wind Energy Forum - Colorado. Commit just one day and acquire the most relevant, current, pivotal information related to Colorado's wind energy landscape.

Benefits of attending include:

  • Explore benefits and challenges in Colorado's current wind industry, and learn what the future holds
  • Meet with Colorado's policy, industry, and government leaders
  • Interact with wind industry experts on national, regional, and state wind markets
  • Learn about wind energy transmission, economics, and integration
  • Examine the DOE Wind Vision and its impact on Colorado
  • Discover wind's positive impacts on local economic development.

SMART Wind Mechanical Systems Subgroup Meeting

Date: 11/12/2014 to 11/14/2014

Location: Denver, CO

Contact: Lauren Glickman

Phone: 504-258-7955

Source: Distributed Wind Energy Association

This information was last updated on August 06, 2014

Funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology, the SMART Wind Consortium will connect more than 80 collaborators to form consensus on near-term and mid-term plans needed to increase cost competitiveness of U.S. distributed wind manufacturers through the use of advanced manufacturing techniques. The Distributed Wind Energy Association, supported by eFormative Options and Wind Advisors Team, is conducting face-to-face meetings and conference calls with members of four consortia subgroups: mechanical subsystems, support structures, electrical subsystems, and composite subsystems.

Each of these consortia groups will include university and laboratory researchers, U.S. distributed wind original equipment manufacturers, manufacturing extension partners, and U.S. component manufacturers. The goal of these meetings is to become acquainted with the interested stakeholders and to brainstorm possible cost-reducing strategies that will lead to evolutionary product and manufacturing improvements.

Wind Wildlife Research Meeting X

Date: 12/1/2014 to 12/5/2014

Location: Broomfield, CO

Contact: Lauren Flinn

Phone: 202-656-3303

Source: American Wind Wildlife Institute

Omni Interlocken Hotel, 500 Interlocken Blvd.

This information was last updated on April 28, 2014

The biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers and wind-wildlife stakeholders to hear contributed papers, view research posters, and listen to panels that synthesize the most recent wind power-related wildlife research. Sign up to receive meeting updates.

SMART Wind Support Structures Subgroup Meeting

Date: 1/13/2015 to 1/14/2015

Location: Denver, CO

Contact: Lauren Glickman

Phone: 504-258-7955

Source: Distributed Wind Energy Association

This information was last updated on August 06, 2014

Funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology, the SMART Wind Consortium will connect more than 80 collaborators to form consensus on near-term and mid-term plans needed to increase cost competitiveness of U.S. distributed wind manufacturers through the use of advanced manufacturing techniques. The Distributed Wind Energy Association, supported by eFormative Options and Wind Advisors Team, is conducting face-to-face meetings and conference calls with members of four consortia subgroups: mechanical subsystems, support structures, electrical subsystems, and composite subsystems.

Each of these consortia groups will include university and laboratory researchers, U.S. distributed wind original equipment manufacturers, manufacturing extension partners, and U.S. component manufacturers. The goal of these meetings is to become acquainted with the interested stakeholders and to brainstorm possible cost-reducing strategies that will lead to evolutionary product and manufacturing improvements.

SMART Wind Composites Subgroup

Date: 2/16/2015 to 2/18/2015

Location: Denver, CO

Contact: Lauren Glickman

Phone: 504-258-7955

Source: Distributed Wind Energy Association

This information was last updated on August 06, 2014

Funded by the U.S. Department of Commerce National Institute of Standards and Technology, the SMART Wind Consortium will connect more than 80 collaborators to form consensus on near-term and mid-term plans needed to increase cost competitiveness of U.S. distributed wind manufacturers through the use of advanced manufacturing techniques. The Distributed Wind Energy Association, supported by eFormative Options and Wind Advisors Team, is conducting face-to-face meetings and conference calls with members of four consortia subgroups: mechanical subsystems, support structures, electrical subsystems, and composite subsystems.

Each of these consortia groups will include university and laboratory researchers, U.S. distributed wind original equipment manufacturers, manufacturing extension partners, and U.S. component manufacturers. The goal of these meetings is to become acquainted with the interested stakeholders and to brainstorm possible cost-reducing strategies that will lead to evolutionary product and manufacturing improvements.