This Wall Street Journal article Floating Wind Turbines Buoy Hopes of Expanding Renewable Energy looks at offshore wind farms that no longer need to be embedded in the seafloor but can float in deeper waters.
Summary & Goals
The goal of the PLM & Green Energy focus theme within the PLM Green Global Alliance, led by Mark Reisig from CIMdata, is to investigate, educate, collaborate, and advocate for the use of Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) strategies, technologies, and software solutions to accelerate the transition to a low-carbon green energy economy.
Focus & Objectives
Our primary objective is to share and promote research, examples, and best practices in a collaborative manner that advances awareness and discussion about the value of PLM in innovating, generating, deploying, scaling, distributing, storing, consuming and recycling green energy sources. These sources include but are not limited to wind, solar, hydrogen, thermal, tidal, and nuclear.
Agenda & Activities
We will be pursuing our objectives by an agenda selected from a number of elements including: discussion panels, articles and blog posts, SME interviews, industry surveys, conference presentations, webinar participation, and cooperative events with other organizations. These activities will be developed and prioritized in collaboration with our international members. Follow our progress or better yet join us with an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Announcements & Updates
Invitation to Participate & Collaborate
References & Resources
Here below we have started creating a curated list of featured case studies, white papers, blog posts, presentations, webinars, and interviews on the role of PLM-enabling technologies in generating, storing, and distributing green energy. We invite you to send us resources and examples you have come across in your own work, company, industry, or country to email@example.com.