Supersized wind turbine blades workshop summary

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Creating pathways to success for supersized wind turbine blades

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Creating pathways to success for supersized wind turbine blades

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Supersized Wind Turbine Blades Workshop Summary

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Creating pathways to success for supersized wind turbine blades

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On March 6-7, 2018, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) conducted a workshop on Pathways to Success for Supersized Wind Turbine Blades. The workshop was held at the Kimpton Hotel Palomar in Washington DC. Approximately 50 experts and industry stakeholders came together, including manufacturers, transportation specialists, project developers, operators, engineering firms, consultants, and university researchers. Technical experts from the national laboratories and the Wind Energy Technologies Office were also present to engage in discussions about solving the challenges faced by supersized wind turbine blades.

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Supersized Wind Turbine Blades Workshop Summary

Supersized wind turbine blades workshop summary report

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Creating pathways to success for supersized wind turbine blades