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Cory Arce Gessert

Cory Arce Gessert

Cory Arce Gessert has six years’ experience as a project manager in the renewable energy industry. She currently works in wind engineering and due diligence services in Seattle, Washington, after having spent time in wind resource assessment and solar independent engineering. Cory is a certified Project Management Professional and has a Master’s of Applied Science in Environmental Policy from the University of Denver. Her thesis focused on overcoming the barriers to renewable energy development on American Indian land. To join Ms. Arce Gessert’s professional network on LinkedIn, click here.

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Foundations for Success: Three Steps to Full Turbine Repowering from the Bottom Up

Foundations for Success: Three Steps to Full Turbine Repowering from the Bottom Up

Many U.S. developers are considering repowering for their aging wind farms to requalify them for the renewable energy production tax credit. With nearly 30 percent of U.S. installed capacity over 10 years old this year (25,410 MW out of current 84,40 ...

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Microgrids: the next step in resiliency for Pacific Northwest utilities

Microgrids: the next step in resiliency for Pacific Northwest utilities

From 1980 to 2014, the United States experienced a total of 178 climate or weather-related disasters[1]. Eight of these events have occurred since 2014, and all of them had overall damages exceeding $1B USD per event. With global climate change inten ...

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Wind resource assessment in the Maldives: Steps towards more cost-effective energy

In July 2017, the Maldives’ Minister of Environment and Energy conducted a workshop on preparing a roadmap for a low-carbon development of the energy sector of the Maldives. In his remarks, he indicated that the government has an objective for 30% ...

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