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New England Wind Energy Education Project Webinars

Here you can learn about New England Wind Energy Education Project (NEWEEP) webinars and find audiovisual files and transcripts of past webinars.

The objectives of the NEWEEP webinar series include:

  • cutting through the clutter of competing, conflicting, and sometimes misleading information on critical issues pertaining to wind energy generation
  • helping to address concerns in communities where wind projects are proposed
  • identifying areas for future research for example data gaps.

The free NEWEEP webinars are designed for the general public, local officials, facility siting decision-makers, policy-makers, and others interested in objective information on wind energy impacts.

Past Webinars

Find audiovisual files and transcripts of webinars hosted by NEWEEP.

Title: Wind Power as a Neighbor: Experience with Techniques for Mitigating Public Impacts: A NEWEEP Webinar

Speaker(s): Charles Newcomb, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; John Knab, Sheldon, NY; Nils Bolgen, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center

Date: 12/7/2011

Running time: 2 hour, 20 minutes

Title: Understanding the Current Science, Regulation, and Mitigation of Shadow Flicker: A NEWEEP Webinar

Speaker(s): Thomas Priestley, CH2M Hill; Matthew Allen, Saratoga Associates; Richard Lampeter, Epsilon Associates

Date: 2/10/2011

Running time: 2 hours

Title: Wind Power's Impact on Grid Reliability, Backup Supply, and Fossil Fuel Use in New England: A NEWEEP Webinar

Speaker(s): Ed DeMeo, Utility Wind Integration Group; Michael Milligan, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; and Bill Henson, Independent System Operator of New England

Date: 10/26/2010

Running time: 2 hours, 30 minutes

Title: Wind Turbines Noise and Health: Fact vs. Fiction Simulcast: A NEWEEP Webinar

Speaker(s): Dr. Robert J. McCunney, M.D.

Date: 7/15/2010

Running time: 1 hour, 30 minutes

Title: Understanding the Impacts of Wind Turbine Sound: A NEWEEP Webinar

Speaker(s): Mark Bastasch, CH2M Hill; Jim Cummings, Acoustic Ecology Institute; Ken Kaliski, Resource Systems Group

Date: 7/13/2010

Running time: 2 hours

Title: Impact of Wind Power Projects on Residential Property Values: A NEWEEP Webinar

Speaker(s): Ben Hoen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Date: 5/5/2010

Running time: 2 hours

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