The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and the National Renewable Energy Lab present a free two-day workshop with experts in offshore renewable energy for those with an interest in the topic.
As BOEM prepares for proposed future renewable energy projects offshore the West Coast and Hawaii, we are initiating a proactive outreach initiative with the Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to educate both our BOEM State Intergovernmental Task Force and the public on offshore renewable energy technologies best suited for areas on the Pacific Outer Continental Shelf, and the multi-faceted complexities of such marine-based energy systems.
The two-day training session will include presentations by experts from NREL on offshore wind and marine hydrokinetic (MHK) technologies and will also include industry panel discussions. The first day of the training, May 21, 2013, will focus on offshore wind technology and the second day, May 22, 2013, will focus on MHK technology.
This FREE two-day training session for the BOEM State Intergovernmental Task Force members and the public will be held at:
Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI)
1945 SE Water Ave
8:30am – 5pm Tuesday, May 21
8:30am – 3pm Wednesday, May 22
Information on OMSI, including directions and parking information, may be found here. Parking is free for all attendees of the workshop.
** Please RSVP by May 10th as space is limited.