Archive for November, 2007
Resolute Marine Energy, Inc. CEO Bill Staby represented the marine renewable energy sector in the "Cape & Islands Energy Technology Strategy Workshop" held at the Woods Hole Research Center in Falmouth, Massachusetts. This invitation-only workshop served as the kickoff meeting for a project, "Renewable Generation & Electrification: Technology Strategy for the Carbon-Constrained Future," recently funded by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI).
EPRI is a worldwide leader in the research, development, demonstration, and deployment (RDD&D) of advanced electricity technologies. This new project supports an ongoing "Beyond Cape Wind" community planning process, initiated in 2005 through Cape & Islands Renewable Energy Collaborative (CIREC), that encompasses the electricity, transportation, and heating fuel sectors working together to implement the Cape & Islands Regional Energy Action Plan, which provides a framework for pursuing ambitious goals for energy conservation, efficiency, and renewables within the context of shared objectives relating to economic growth, environmental quality, community well-being, climate change, and sustainable development.
Resolute Marine Energy, Inc. CEO Bill Staby today made an informal presentation to members of the Cambridge, MA office of CERA on current developments in marine renewable energy.Â CERA delivers critical knowledge and independent analysis on energy markets, geopolitics, industry trends, and strategy and is a leading advisor to international energy companies, governments, financial institutions, and technology providers. CERA's services help decision makers anticipate the energy future and formulate timely, successful plans in the face of rapid changes and uncertainty.