October 27-29, 2014 | Palais des Congrès de Montréal | Montréal, Québec

Siting – From Concept to Reality

How can the industry better share its collective siting experience? Can we better identify host communities that embrace wind power? How do we better understand and mitigate risks to our neighbors such as aviation facilities? Once projects are built, how can we improve future siting using acoustic audits? This session provides a variety of perspectives on siting strategies from project concept through to operation.

Sponsored by:  DNV GL full color logo - on screen

Session Moderator:
Rob Nadolny, Power Sector Lead - Environmental Services, Stantec

Knowledge is Power: the Critical Role of Information Sharing in the Development of Successful Wind Projects and Sound Policy
Jason Jones, VP Power Transmission & Distribution, Environment Practice, Tetra Tech Inc.

What Does a Willing Host Look Like?
Marc Rose, Enviromental Lead for Renewable Energy in Canada, AECOM

Wind Energy and Aviation Operations Can Co-Exist
Terry Kelly, Principal and Managing Director, Soteira Solutions

Lessons From Acoustic Audits of Wind Power Projects
Brian Howe, Principal, HGC Engineering