AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER, 25-26 October, Warwick, Rhode Island

As the first US wind farm connects to the grid, Natural Power will be attending AWEA's Offshore WINDPOWER conference from 25th to 26th October in the Crown Plaza Hotel Providence-Warwick, Warwick, Rhode Island.

Nancy McLean, Principal Consultant at Natural Power, will be presenting ‘Lessons learnt in delivering EIA for UK offshore wind: applications for the North American market' as part of the session ‘Practical Approaches to Project Design, Environmental Assessment and Permitting: Creating Value, Reducing Risk' on 26th October between 10.45hrs and 12.00hrs.


Natural Power will also be exhibiting at the event, located at stand 12.

The AWEA Offshore WINDPOWER program has cultivated a dedicated and thriving global community of top developers and experts, making it the largest and most successful gathering of offshore wind energy professionals in the United States.

The programme includes a variety of sessions, from a technology spotlight and developers' round table, to a special session providing an update on the National Offshore Wind Strategy, and an overview of what should be expected of the US offshore wind supply chain over the next decade. The event closes with a boat tour to Block Island Wind Farm, the first commercial wind farm in the US.

To find out more, and to book tickets, please visit http://www.awea.org/events/event.aspx?eventid=43770&navItemNumber=8265

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