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Simulation for Renewable Energy Technologies
Posted Wed March 25, 2009 @10:50AM
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News Today, the Renewable Energy industry is on the verge of dramatically increasing the contribution of renewable power towards meeting our nation's electricity needs. Furthermore, the recent Economic Stimulus Package specifically targets the Renewable Energy industry and it is expected that we will double our renewable energy generating capacity over the next three years.

Join ANSYS for a free one hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

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Simulation during the design and development process can streamline and help to shorten the process of developing and implementing renewable energy technologies. This webinar will explain how and why simulation tools from ANSYS, Inc. are being applied to the hydropower, biomass, wind, and solar industries.

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Wednesday, April 1, 2009
11:00 a.m. EDT

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