Wind Data North America

A session at Wind Data North America

A Windpower Monthly Conference looking at reducing costs and improving efficiency through effective data management and analysis.

Windpower Monthly invites you to Wind Data North America, a 2 day conference addressing issues surrounding the reliability, management and analysis of wind farm data for improved site optimization and data security.

Wind Data North America Forum
Reducing costs and improving efficiency through effective data management and analysis
Doubletree Hilton, Houston, TX
Conference: March 4 - 5, 2014
Workshop: March 6, 2014

The programme will cover crucial issues such as:
•The criticalities and cost implications of becoming CIP 5 compliant
•Is standardization necessary in the ongoing data management of a diverse fleet?
•Assessing the commercial and technical risks involved in data sharing
•Best practice data collection processes to streamline data and improve your O&M strategy
•Assessing the challenges faced when integrating localized data into a centralized control system

Speakers at the event include:
•Pamela Dautel, Director, NERC Compliance Programme, GDF Suez North America
•Justin Johnson, Director Of Performance Management, EDP Renewables North America
•Tracy Duncan, Wind Operations Specialist, TransAlta
•Matt Daly, Global Wind Fleet Performance Manager, General Electric
•John West, Business Systems Analyst, Iberdrola Renewables and more!

Plus: don’t miss out on our NERC Compliance Workshop on the March 6. The new CIP 5 standards present significant challenges to wind farm owners and operators. This workshop will provide market orientated solutions to ensure cost effective compliance and intelligent investment.

Booking http://atnd.it/5494-0

Early Bird (ending 7 February) - Forum only: $2199
Early Bird (ending 7 February) - Forum + Workshop: $3098
Forum only: $2499
Forum + Workshop: $3398
Workshop only: $999

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