RENEWABLE +Series™️: Texas takeaways: Improving weather resilience in wind power generation

While gas supply failures were largely to blame for millions of Texans being left without power for a week in Feb. 2021, wind power generators didn’t escape the extreme winter storm unscathed. What lessons have been learned now two winters removed from the storm?

Register to Learn:
• Do more frequent extreme weather events present roadblocks or opportunities for wind energy?
• How technology can help improve wind energy asset resilience
• What policy initiatives can lead to more resilient wind energy asset deployment

Presented By:
Jonathan Gray | Public Policy and Institutional Affairs Manager, Enel
Bryce Aquino | Renewable Energy Engineer, Axis Capital
Uzair Memon | Chief Commercial Officer of Digital Services, GE

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