NOWRDC Is Pleased To Share The Recording Of Their June 29 2021 Webinar Of The NOWRDC Roadmap 3.0 Release & Overview.In This Webinar, Walt Musical (NREL) Provided An Overview Of NOWRDC's Newly Released Roadmap 3.0. The Roadmap Serves As NOWRDC's Overarching Technical Guidance Document To Advance Offshore Wind Technology And Drive Innovation In The U.S. Offshore Wind Industry. Roadmap 3.0 Builds On The Previous Versions And Provides Updates To All Topic Areas Which Are Revised For Clarity And Better Identification Of Specific Project Types, As Well As The Consolidation And Addition Of Topic Areas.
MSSC Pitch Session: Connecting Innovative Supply Chain Actors In OSW
NOWRDC Is Pleased To Share The Recording Of Their June 28 2021 Webinar Recording Of MSSC Pitch Session: Connecting Innovative Supply Chain Actors In OSW. NOWRDC Recognizes That There Are An Increasing Number Of Innovative Manufacturing, Services, And Supply Chain (MSSC) Actors Within The US Offshore Wind Industry. With The Aim Of Better Connecting These Actors To NOWRDC's Network Of Industry Connections, This Pitch Session Features 20 Minute Pitches Highlighted From MSSC Actors' Innovative Services Followed By A Q&A Session.
Challenges & Opportunities for the Offshore Wind Supply Chain with the Investment Tax Credit
NOWRDC is pleased to share the recording of their April 8 2021 webinar on the Challenges and Opportunities for the Offshore Wind Supply Chain with the Investment Tax Credit. Please join NOWRDC with Scott Zimmermann and Todd Glass, attorneys at Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati, to discuss the investment tax credit (ITC). This webinar is a primer on the ITC and how such an incentive can be used to advance offshore wind development. This webinar will also look at the challenges of utilizing the ITC and what developers should consider when using this process.
Offshore Wind Research Portfolios in Europe, the UK, and the US
NOWRDC is pleased to share the recording of the March 23rd, 2021 webinar on Research Portfolios in Europe, the UK, and the US, featuring guests from Supergen, DTU Energy, Sintef, and NREL, to discuss their offshore wind research agendas.
The National Offshore Wind Research and Development Consortium is pleased to share the live recording of their 3/19/2021 webinar, entitled "Opportunities in Offshore Wind Grid Integration", featuring guest panelists Fabio Fracaroli and Gary Rackliffe of HITACHI ABB POWER GRIDS, and Brandon Fitchett and Jonathan Ruddy of the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).
Offshore Wind Energy Potential in the US Gulf of Mexico
Our July 14 Webinar Featured Walt Musial of NREL. Walt presented results from NREL’s recent BOEM-sponsored report, Offshore Wind in the US Gulf of Mexico: Regional Economic Modeling and Site-Specific Analyses.
Our June 23 webinar, hosted in partnership with the Royal Norwegian Consulate General and NORWEP, featured presentations from Equinor, Aibel, Seaway 7, and the NORCE. Learn how Developers, Service Providers, and Research Entities are applying solutions and strategies from the traditional offshore Oil & Gas sector to the burgeoning Offshore Wind industry, both abroad and domestically.
Wind turbines harness the wind—a clean, free, and widely available renewable energy source—to generate electric power. Visit the interactive animation. You can start and stop the turbine’s movement, hover over parts to see their description, and use the icons in the lower right corner of the animation to switch views.
See how wind turbines generate clean electricity from the power of wind. The video highlights the basic principles at work in wind turbines, and illustrates how the various components work to capture and convert wind energy to electricity.
Initial Report on the New York Power Grid Study, by NYSERDA (The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority) and New York Department of Public Service, with help from the Brattle Group and Pterra Consulting
Opportunities for and Challenges to Further Reductions in the “Specific Power” Rating of Wind Turbines Installed in the United States
The trend toward lower specific power has pushed capacity factors higher while reducing LCOE. This study employs geospatial LCOE analysis across the U.S. to explore whether this trend is likely to continue.