SEAS Seminars: Sustainable Energy and Atmospheric Sciences
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A seminar series designed to enhance communication and collaboration among scientists at NOAA/ESRL, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), and others in the community working on issues related to renewable energy. Key meteorological questions must be answered to accelerate the deployment of renewable energy in the U.S. This series brings together those who can combine their knowledge and expertise to solve the problems that have slowed the integration of renewable energy sources into the U.S. electric grid. Scientists at the University of Colorado, School of Mines, Colorado State University, the National Center for Atmospheric Research and private industry are encouraged to participate. The location will alternate between NOAA in Boulder and NREL in Golden (location details), as will the affiliation of the speakers.
|Alexander MacDonald and Christopher Clack||Low Cost and Low Carbon Emission Wind and Solar Energy Systems are Feasible for Large Geographic Domains||27 May 2014||1:30 pm||DSRC|
|Luca Delle Monache||Probabilistic Wind and Power Predictions and Wind Resource Assessment with an Analog Ensemble||16 May 2014||3:00 pm||DSRC|
|Jeffrey S. Whitaker||Using Ensemble Forecasts to Improve Data Assimilation for Weather Prediction||15 Jan 2014||1:30 pm||DSRC|
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