U.S. Offshore Wind Standards Subcommittee Meetings

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U.S. Offshore Wind Standards Subcommittee Meetings

Registration Register here to attend the 3rd in-person Working Group meetings and Offshore Wind Standards Subcommittee (OWTAP) Briefing in New York City on April 8, 2019. Please select the Working Group meeting you will attend at the Monday April 8 meeting. If you have any questions, please contact standards@awea.org U.S. Offshore Wind Standards Meeting Subcommittee Agenda (DRAFT)  8:00am - 9:00am Registration Open 9:00am - 10:00am Offshore Wind Standards Subcommittee (OWTAP) Breifing Walt Musial is a Principal Engineer at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and is the acting chairman of the OWTAP committee. Walt Musial will lead an OWTAP Forum to present the accomplishments of the OWTAP and the steps moving forward in the process. The conveners from each of the five Working Groups will introduce the working groups and provide a progress update.

10:00am - 10:15am Break* (head to WG meeting room) 10:15am - 12:30pm Working Group Meetings (Morning Session) Working Group 1: Offshore Compliance Recommended Practices (OCRP) Maintenance Working Group 2: U.S. Floating Offshore Wind Systems Working Group 3: U.S. Offshore Wind Metocean Conditions Characterization Working Group 4: U.S. Geotechnical and Geophysical Investigations and Design Working Group 5: Offshore Wind Submarine Cables 12:30pm - 1:45pm Lunch Break* & WG Liaison Breakout Meetings 1:45pm - 4:00pm Working Group Meetings (Afternoon Session) 4:00pm - 4:15pm Break* 4:15pm - 5:00pm Offshore Wind Standards Subcommittee (OWTAP) Breifing - Review & Wrap-Up Closing Plenary – Briefing of Offshore Wind Standards Subcommittee (OWTAP) and Working Group Members – Review & Wrap-Up Working Group Conveners present outcomes and progress report from WG meeting.
WG & OWTAP members discuss goals for the working groups and address any issues. Q&A Walt Musial wrap up the discussion and conclude session. *Coffee & Water will be provided all day. One quick note: the hotel will not allow food to be brought into the event. You are invited to join and participate in one of the five working groups to discuss the next steps in the development of the offshore wind standards project and enter into the drafting process for the recommended practice. Please indicate which working group meeting you will attend when you register (you may only select one). The Scope of Work for the working groups are posted publicly along with meeting minutes to date on the Offshore Wind Standards Subcommittee page on the AWEA Workspace.  If you would like more information, please contact Elizabeth Barminski, Elizabeth@offshorewindus.org.
Background Information on U.S. OSW Standards The U.S. Offshore Wind Standards initiative is underway, a collaboration between the Department of Energy, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement, the Business Network for Offshore Wind, and the American Wind Energy Association. The anticipated outcome will be a new suite of consensus-based offshore wind standards and guidelines that will clarify the requirements for developers and original equipment manufacturers in U.S. waters and allow U.S. regulators to adopt best industry practices. For background information visit the AWEA Offshore Wind Subcommittee Workspace. .

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