Join us for the next in our webinar series “Floating Offshore Wind and Seabirds in the California Current Ecosystem,” on May 29th from 10:00am to 11:30am PT. Click here to Register POET has teamed up with our partners from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Audubon, and H.T. Harvey & Associates to present perspectives on some…

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Potential Effects of Offshore Renewable Energy: Knowledge and Resources – April 15 @ 10am PT. Click here to join POET has teamed up with our partners from the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to host a webinar on April 15th from 10 to 11:30am PT featuring speakers from Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Coastal Division. The first…

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The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) is pleased to announce the launch of the West Coast Renewable Energy Science Exchange, a series of webinars about scientific research offshore California, Oregon, and Washington that will inform decisions about the planning, leasing, and development of ocean renewable energy. Read more here

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HydroVision International offers a week of learning and networking. The conference program features 60 sessions and 350 speakers. The exhibit hall features more than 280 service and product suppliers from all over the world. Supplementing the main conference and exhibition are co-located events: 2 in-the-field tours of hydro plants, 4 industry workshops, a career fair…

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View Original at Cleantechnica.com March 7th, 2016 By Tina Casey Clean, renewable wave energy has been sloshing up against the shores of North America for millennia, only to disappear into the ether, and it looks like the US is finally going to grab some back. A US wave energy startup called Columbia Power Technologies has…

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View Original at Tidal Energy Today Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (NNMREC) researchers have deployed SWIFT buoys from a helicopter to assess the extremely stormy conditions in the Pacific ocean, off Oregon, USA. The Surface Wave Instrument Float with Tracking (SWIFT) is a free drifting system to measure waves, winds, turbulence, and ambient noise…

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View Original at Energy.gov EERE’s Small Business Voucher (SBV) pilot continues gaining steam and garnering keen interest from across DOE, the National Laboratory enterprise, and the clean tech small business community. SBV’s upcoming $20 million investment in small business assistance and collaborative research has the potential to change the way that DOE’s national labs engage…

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