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Wednesday, December 10, 2008
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Building an advanced energy future for offshore wind

This conference will provide opportunities to learn about and discuss key regulatory, economic, and technical considerations for offshore wind development in Lake Erie.

Hear an update on the Great Lakes Wind Energy Center Feasibility Study

Discuss supply chain and other activities in an afternoon session of Ohio Wind Working Group Join this important conversation with federal, state, county, and city officials on the opportunities and challenges of offshore wind energy.

View Conference Agenda (PDF)

Organizers: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office, Great Lakes Energy Development Task Force, Great Lakes Institute for Energy Innovation at Case Western Reserve University, Ohio Department of Development, Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Ohio Wind Working Group.

This conference will provide opportunities to learn about and discuss key regulatory, economic, and technical considerations for offshore wind development in Lake Erie. Hear an update on the Great Lakes Wind Energy Center Feasibility Study Discuss supply chain and other activities in an afternoon session of Ohio Wind Working Group Join this important conversation with federal, state, county, and city officials on the opportunities and challenges of offshore wind energy. View Conference Agenda (PDF) Organizers: Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office, Great Lakes Energy Development Task Force, Great Lakes Institute for Energy Innovation at Case Western Reserve University, Ohio Department of Development, Ohio Department of Natural Resources and Ohio Wind Working Group.

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