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11 experiences you don’t want to miss at WINDPOWER 2017

11 experiences you don’t want to miss at WINDPOWER 2017
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It’s almost here– WINDPOWER 2017 is less than two months away!

Over the next few weeks we’ll start teasing out some highlights you can look forward to at this year’s event. We’re sure you won’t want to miss it!

Here’s a glimpse at a few things we have in store.

  1. WINDPOWER 2017 Golf Open – Hit the links first thing Monday morning, sponsored by Suzlon Wind Energy.
  2. Pre-Conference Seminars – Choose from a Community Engagement series or Wind Energy 101.
  3. Angels Stadium Tour & Batting Practice – Kick off the week with networking and summer fun at our opening reception.
  4. Morning Runs – Meet up with us for a quick run throughout the week.
  5. Clean the World Community Service Project – Give back by assembling hygiene kits for kids.
  6. U.S. Market Forecasts – Gain valuable insight into the future of the wind energy market.
  7. Workforce for the Future – Learn about the ever-increasing demand and dynamic of the wind workforce.
  8. Wind Finance Medley – Dive into what’s next in tax equity, debt pricing, PPA evaluation, wind hedges, and more.
  9. Repowering Projects – Hear about repowering old turbines with new technology.
  10. International Market Update – Learn about the updates and opportunities from active wind energy markets across the globe.
  11. Anaheim Packing House – Explore the South American style food hall while you mingle with fellow attendees.

Register today. We hope to see you in Anaheim!

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Sara is a marketing coordinator on the Member Value & Experience team. She assists with promotion of AWEA conferences, membership, and sponsorship offerings, as well as the development of branded communications. Sara joined AWEA in January 2017 after moving from Dallas, TX, where she worked in account management at an advertising agency. She holds a Master’s degree from Southern Methodist University in Strategic Brand Management. Sara also holds a Bachelor’s degree in English and French from The University of Alabama.

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