Wind-Diesel 2002: Tours, Deadlines and Discounts!
- Hi folks,
PIease note the updates of the optional Field Tours following the
Wind-Diesel 2002 workshop in Anchorage, Alaska. See
www.nrel.gov/wind_meetings/winddiesel for information on the workshop.
There is no longer an option to attend just the Kotzebue wind-diesel
project. The trip to Kotzebue is only being offered with a combined trip to
Wales. Secondly, the tours are now scheduled on separate days so you have
the option to attend both. The Kotzebue+Wales is on Wednesday, 25 September
and the trip to St. Paul is Thursday, 26 September.
Lastly, we have some updated information on the trip to Kotzebue and Wales.
The airfare cost will range between $650 and $875, depending on the number
of people registered. The trip will be completed in one day, returning to
Anchorage late evening on the 25th.
The deadline to register for the field tours is approaching quickly! We
must know by Friday, 6 September the number of people interested in each of
the tours. Please go to <http://www.nrel.gov/wind_meetings/winddiesel> to
download the registration form and sign up for the tours. You will not be
charged for a tour until we know the total number of people attending and
until you are notified of the final cost.
Other Important Info
* In order to facilitate planning and food arrangements, we are
offering a discounted registration fee of $100 for those registering by
Friday, 6 September.
* The Hotel Captain Cook is offering the excellent rate of $80/night
for Wind-Diesel attendees, but rooms are limited and based on availability.
The Hotel Captain Cook reservation line is 800-843-1950. Be sure to mention
you are with the Wind-Diesel 2002 workshop to obtain the special rate.
* The agenda will be posted on the website soon.
* Also, there will be room available to have tabletop and full
displays for interested sponsors. The cost of a tabletop will be $250 and
if you are interested in bringing a full display, the cost will be $500.
Please let me know if you are interested.
National Renewable Energy Laboratory