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American Meteorological Society Weather and Climate Enterprise Commission Board on Enterprise Planning Annual Partnership American Meteorological Society Weather and Climate Enterprise Commission Board on Enterprise Planning Annual Partnership Topic (APT) Offshore Wind Energy

Charge “The Offshore Wind Energy Committee will have an overarching charge to discuss the Charge “The Offshore Wind Energy Committee will have an overarching charge to discuss the need and expansion of environmental data to support studies of the wind resource and conditions relevant to wind farm development/operation in offshore locations. ” • • Engage appropriate government, private industry, and academic institutions and/or agencies Prepare report and make recommendations

Engagement • National Academies – Transportation Board; Board on Atmospheric Science & Climate • Engagement • National Academies – Transportation Board; Board on Atmospheric Science & Climate • American Wind Energy Association (AWEA) – Paper: expand data collection, models, data repository, research • • White House Office of Science & Technology Policy… National Oceanographic Partnership Program NSF Program on Offshore Energy Technologies DOE-led Interagency Working Group on Resource Characterization and Design, DOE-NOAA pilot projects… – Data requirements, extend observation infrastructure, advance models • • • AMS Summer Meeting IOOS Regional Association Meetings, Marine Technology sector Regional: CMSP, interagency & academic International: industry, science researchers, embassies

Scope • Data inventory: compile a sense of what is available now and what Scope • Data inventory: compile a sense of what is available now and what is missing • Data accessibility and interoperability • Data quality control • Barriers to data utilization by the weather community • Associated research of vertical wind profiles, gusting, and wake effect in the offshore environment • Extreme event impacts [Hurricane and other - northeasters] to potential wind farm construction and operation

Task Themes • Minimize implementation barriers – Collecting and assessing impact data (wind, wave, Task Themes • Minimize implementation barriers – Collecting and assessing impact data (wind, wave, ice; CMSP) – Ensuring that non-proprietary data is made available …e. g. through the IOOS data management system • Accelerate and/or support the implementation of products enabled by offshore wind energy datasets – Establishing national data repository and information portals (including ocean policy) – Using models to determine impacts and use conflicts • Accelerate and/or support the implementation of new datasets – Formalizing data exchange and management agreements/policy – Establishing public-private integration/interoperability standards – Advancing regional and international platforms, reference stations, for monitoring, calibration of sensors • Process the data to ensure quick utilization – Enabling public private partnerships and transition to operations • Engage the weather, climate, energy, ocean and transportation communities to move the data partnership and technologies development forward

Timeline • Spring 2010 Offshore Wind Energy Team Created and Approved by AMS Board Timeline • Spring 2010 Offshore Wind Energy Team Created and Approved by AMS Board of Enterprise Planning. • April 2010 Formalize inventory and analysis approach • Summer – Fall 2010 Conduct informational gathering sessions. • December 2010 Finalize approach • • January 2011 Summer- Fall 2011 December 2011 • January 2012 Hold Townhall at AMS Annual Conf. in Seattle Finalize assignments and engagement actions Conduct stakeholder sessions; draft reports Finalize report Hold Offshore Wind Energy Session at AMS Annual Conference in New Orleans

Membership • • • Larry Atkinson, Bruce Bailey, Earle Buckley, • • • Bill Membership • • • Larry Atkinson, Bruce Bailey, Earle Buckley, • • • Bill Carle, Bruce Carlisle Brian Colle, Elliot Dennis Laura Furgione, David Green, Nick Keener, James Kendall, Gary Norton, Tom Paylor, Melinda Marquis , Tim Spangler, Old Dominion University, Chair [email protected] edu AWS Truepower [email protected] com Buckley Environmental Research & Services, member BEPEarle Buckley [email protected] net DOD/USAF William. [email protected] af. mil Mass CZM bruce. [email protected] ma. us Stony Brook University [email protected] msrc. sunysb. edu DOE NREL Dennis. [email protected] gov NOAA/NWS, next BEP Chair laura. [email protected] gov NOAA/NWS david. [email protected] gov Duke Energy nick. [email protected] com DOI/MMS nick. [email protected] com DOE Gary. [email protected] doe. gov Ren. Re [email protected] com NOAA/ESRL Melinda. [email protected] gov UCAR Tim Spangler [email protected] edu