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North American Wind Energy Academy

The North American Wind Energy Academy (NAWEA) brings together researchers, educators, policymakers, and industry members to form collaborative partnerships. These partnerships work to advance research, provide educational opportunities for the essential workforce, and disseminate unbiased information to facilitate market acceptance and energy policy development for wind energy to become the predominant provider of North America's carbon-free electricity by 2050.

2021 NAWEA/WindTech Conference Postponed to 2022

We regret to announce that the 2021 NAWEA/WindTech Conference, originally planned for September 2021, is postponed to September 2022 (final date TBD). The 2022 NAWEA/WindTech Conference will be held in person at the University of Delaware. The decision to postpone was due to COVID-19 concerns. Abstracts already submitted will be withdrawn. A new call for abstracts will be issued in 2022 for the 2022 conference. 
 
Despite the cancellation, we are planning an interim offering online in September 2021 that will represent the full sweep of wind energy research and feature the conference themes of grid integration and social science. Learn more about the interim event.

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