Maine Offshore Wind Milestones

Maine Offshore Wind Milestones from Clean Energy Group on Vimeo. This webinar was a presentation of the Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP), a project of Clean Energy Group. Guest speakers Jeff Thaler and Habib Dagher from the University of Maine presented an update on the milestones the University of Maine’s pilot-scale and demonstration offshore wind…

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Offshore Wind: Lessons from Europe

Clean Energy Group (CEG) hosted a webinar for their Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) on the offshore wind experience in Europe. Mike Hay (Xodus Group) and Cathryn Hooper (Source Low Carbon) provided an overview of Europe’s offshore wind industry developments and important lessons that the U.S. can take from UK experiences. In addition, the presenters discussed offshore wind siting issues.

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Making History with VolturnUS

The DeepCWind Consortium, led by the University of Maine, made history on May 31 when it launched the first U.S. grid-connected offshore floating wind turbine, a 65-foot-high unit on a concrete-composite platform prototype called VolturnUS. At 1:8th the scale of a commercial installation, this project will collect data to validate and improve floating wind turbine designs,…

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Understanding Regional Offshore Wind Supply Chain Opportunities

CESA’s Offshore Wind Accelerator Project (OWAP) and the Global Wind Network (GLWN) hosted this webinar on March 19, 2013 to outline the DOE/GLWN Offshore Supply Chain project and explain how coastal regions can participate in the development and implementation of this emerging energy industry. Webinar Description: The DOE recently awarded Global Wind Network (GLWN) a…

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