UPDATE (8/31): Registration for all sessions is now open
This fall, our team is hosting a series of five webinar workshops on the feasibility of offshore wind energy development on California’s north coast.
In each webinar, we will share topical findings from our recently conducted studies. After each presentation, there will be a moderated panel discussion. Webinar participants will then be invited to share their insights, questions, and perspectives.
- Monday, September 14: Energy Production and Delivery, and Economic Development
- Monday, September 21: Ecological and Geological Environment
- Monday, September 28: Port and Coastal Infrastructure
- Monday, October 5: Community Perspectives on Regional Impacts and Opportunities
- Monday, October 12: Reflections and Next Steps
Webinars will begin broadcasting at 2 pm (Pacific), and range in duration from 2-3 hours. We welcome participation in these events from a broad audience. Each session is free and open to the public, and closed-caption recordings will be released following each webinar.
We will open registration for all sessions on August 31. Agendas for each webinar will be posted on our wind studies page in advance of each webinar — as well as links to related reports as they are released.
If you’re interested in receiving updates on our offshore wind research, including newly released reports and upcoming events, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Production of this five-part offshore wind webinar series is supported by the Ocean Protection Council of the California Natural Resources Agency. The research studies were funded by the California Ocean Protection Council, the Governor’s Office of Planning and Research, and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management.