Fall Symposium is almost here– register today

Fall Symposium is almost here– register today

Next month, the wind industry will head back to Albuquerque, New Mexico for the annual Wind Energy Fall Symposium. It’s an extraordinary opportunity to network with leaders in the wind energy industry, and to participate in the strategic planning of the next three years.

This year’s event will provide attendees with:

  • Actionable takeaways on how your company can help move the industry forward
  • Opportunities to connect with peers to advance your business objectives
  • A hand in the strategic planning of the future of wind energy

As Tom says in his message to the wind community, we’ve deployed a lot of wind the past couple of years. Yes, this is an exciting time for wind energy, but it doesn’t come without challenges. Now is when we need participation and engagement the most, especially from our great members.

The agenda and committee meetings will focus on the collaborative approach needed to reach industry goals by bringing together the strategic thinkers across the wind energy community. The program chairs, Doug Fredrickson of Blattner Energy, Inc. and Karen Lane of Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, have developed a robust agenda to cultivate participation and progress towards sustained wind power growth. There will also be numerous opportunities to make connections during networking events and informal meet-ups.

Already planning to go, but still haven’t registered? Register before you’re onsite to save time. You can register here. And be sure to check out the committee meeting schedule before you book your travel.

Fall Symposium is where strategies are finalized and deals are made. This is where wind industry movers and shakers come together to create positive change. A trip out to Albuquerque for Fall Symposium will be well worth your time.


Sara is a marketing consultant 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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