Sargent & Lundy at AWEA Windpower 2018 Conference

Firm to host booth and deliver multiple presentations on wind power topics


Sargent & Lundy at AWEA 2018

May 2, 2018 - Sargent & Lundy is participating in the AWEA WindPower Conference & Exhibition, the largest North American wind energy trade show. The conference is taking place May 7-10 in Chicago.

We invite you to join our wind power specialists on the exhibition floor at Booth 2019. Our experienced team will be happy to discuss financial, regulatory, and environmental considerations, as well as engineering and technical issues central to successful wind power projects.

In addition to hosting a booth at the event, the firm is presenting on the following topics on Wednesday, May 9 at 4:30 p.m.:

Eric Soderlund is presenting Be Specific: Development of Site-Specific Loads for Wind Turbine Foundations;

Sean Noonan is presenting Utilization of Benchmarking to Develop Wind Project Capital and Operating Cost Forecasts.

Alex Coologeorgen is presenting Performance Anxiety: Wind Power Project Performance Guarantees;

Ali. Mohammadpour is presenting Sub-Synchronous Resonance Analysis in Doubly-Fed Induction Generator Based Wind Farms.

Eric DeCristofaro is presenting Wind Power Plant Partial Repowering: Key Considerations for a Successful Repower.

Brian Connaghan is presenting Staying Grounded: Grounding Transformers VS Ground Switches.

If you’d like to arrange a meeting with our team, contact Matt Thibodeau at 312-269-7633 or mthibodeau@sargentlundy.com.

For more information about the AWEA Windpower 2018 Conference & Exhibition, visit www.windpowerexpo.org.

 

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Matthew Thibodeau

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Matthew has managed renewable energy, utility planning, and grid modernization projects in more than a dozen countries.