2017 Symposium will be hosted by Iowa State University, Sept. 26–29, 2017, Ames, Iowa

2015 Symposium was hosted by Virginia Tech, June 9-11
The Symposium included technical sessions, panel discussions, graduate student symposium, poster session, engineering software workshops, business meeting, social events, and a tour of the Virginia Tech Stability Tunnel.

2013 Symposium was hosted by University of Colorado Boulder, Aug. 6-8.
Co-organized and supported by NREL, RASEI, CU-Boulder, DOE, the symposium included Plenary and Technical Sessions, Graduate Student Symposium, poster session, FAST Workshop, Business Meeting, and an NREL National Wind Technology Center tour. The Symposium, the first in a series of technical meetings examined the broad range of topics required to achieve high wind penetration in the North American power generation sector.  In addition to Wind Energy System Science and Technology technical tracks, the symposium featured sessions that provide holistic perspectives, overviews, and approaches necessary to maximize future deployment. List of Participants

NAWEA Symposiums engage academia, industry and regulatory agency stakeholders in an open forum dialogue to help overcome technology and policy gaps to achieving a high penetration of wind power in the domestic energy production portfolio.