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Call for Articles: What's Blowing in US Wind Power

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This item is part of the Special Issue - 2019-06 - US Wind Power, click here for more

The Clean Power Community is preparing a special issue report around “What’s Blowing in US Wind Power” and we’d like to include your voice.  

We are looking for insightful and forward-thinking ideas on topics including but not limited to the following: 

  • US Wind Outlook: Where, when and how much?
  • What’s happening in offshore wind?
  • Developments in O&M.
  • Public acceptance, fighting NIMBY, and trends in community demand.
  • Innovations: What's coming next.
  • Using drones for wind power maintenance and management.
  • Current, pending and anticipated legislation and regulations impacting the industry. 
  • And anything else related to wind power that you think will be impactful and beneficial to share with the community!

Your access to Member Features is limited.

Send your submissions to community@energycentral.com with the subject “What’s Blowing in US Wind Power”.  Or, you may submit your article on-line through the “start a post” button.  If you chose this method, please add the tag US Wind Power June 2019 (please do not type #, it is added automatically).

Solution providers.  We are offering special content sponsorship opportunities for this issue.  This is a great opportunity to reach our Clean Power and Generation Network community membership of over 40,000.  Download the special issue guide now.

Due date for submissions is June 17th, 2019. 

I look forward to reading your insights and sharing them with the community!

Audra C Drazga
VP of The Power Industry Community

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