A workshop on opportunities in the wind energy industry is being hosted in June by Greater Rochester Enterprise and Phillips Lytle LLP.
The program is an effort to capitalize on renewable energy patents being issued in update New York, the second highest number in the world, and create jobs.
The advanced wind energy supply chain workshop was created for local companies interested in expanding into the wind energy industry. The event will be 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. June 15 at the Radisson Hotel Rochester Airport.
Participants will learn about market opportunities in the wind supply chain, its structure, advanced manufacturing capabilities, operations and maintenance, and financing options. Ed Weston, director of the Great Lakes WIND Network, will facilitate.
“The wind industry continues to grow in upstate New York, creating growth opportunities for manufacturers and service providers interested in participating in the alternative energy supply chain,” said David P. Flynn, partner at Phillips Lytle.
Registration is $59 before May 31 and $79 after June 1. The fee includes a continental breakfast and lunch. Contact Stephanie Fernandez at (585) 530-6204 or sfernandez@RochesterBiz.com.