CWC – next meeting

February 4, 2013 in asides

Chicago Southland Wind Council UPDATEDDecember 06, 2013

Location: Illinois Institute of Technology
The Robert W. Galvin Center
10 W. 35th Street, 16th floor
Chicago, IL 60616
Limited seating is available, so be sure to RSVP
Meeting will start promptly at 8:00am.
Our October 22nd, June 20th, and March 22nd meetings were a great success.
We would like to thank our guest speakers: Mr. Larry Flowers (AWEA – Deputy Director of Distributed & Community Wind),  Mr. Terry Malloy, P.E. (exp. - Project Manager, Energy Solutions) Mr. Daniel R. Girard, P.E. (S&C Electric Company – Director, Renewable Energy & Business Development Sales & Marketing) and Spencer K. Zirkelbach (S&C Electric Company – Marketing & Proposal Specialist, Business Development Power Systems Services).
exp. and S&C Electric Company are located in Chicago providing innovation Wind Energy solutions to the world. We appreciate the continued support and participation from exp. and S&C.
Thank you to everyone that has participated and help make our meetings a valued event in the greater Chicagoland area.

WindPower 2013 – Chicago

February 1, 2013 in asides

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The CWC is proud to partner with AWEA again!

AWEA WINDPOWER 2013      Chicago, IL / May 05 – 08, 2013

 

What an outstanding week for Wind and the greater Chicagoland area!

Thank you.

Join us at LinkedIn group “Wind Energy Chicago” and share your experience.

 

Welcome

April 28, 2010 in asides

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             If a man does not know what port he is steering for, no wind is favorable for him

 

We have updated our name from the Chicago Southland Wind Council (CSWC) to the Chicagoland Wind Council (CWC). We believe this update better reflects our activities and goals. Please join us as we serve the greater Chicagoland area.  Harry Holtz, founder and chair

 

Objectives of the Chicagoland Wind Council (CSWC) are based on a comprehensive understanding of the wind power supply chain, manufacturing, engineering, business development and economic development.

CWC - a powerful cadre of associates that include educators, manufacturers, wind suppliers, consultants, engineers, municipalities, attorneys, and researchers who are committed to establishing wind as an economic force in the greater Chicagoland region.

Thank you for visiting the Chicagoland Wind Council site.

We welcome your comments.