Wind Energy Training: The Tiered Approach - Questions and Answers

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Wind Energy Training: The Tiered Approach - Questions and Answers

During the live broadcast, roundtable participants fielded questions from the audience online. This document provides answers written by the roundtable participants to questions that they did not have time to address during the broadcast. The members of the roundtable included: Christy Johnson-Hughes (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), Jim Lindsay (NextEra Energy Resources), Stu Webster (Iberdrola Renewables), Mary Connor (Edison Mission), and Taber Allison (American Wind Wildlife Institute).

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