ACP Resource & Technology Conference 

Thank You for Joining Us in Austin, TX in 2023!

Hundreds joined ACP to build the future of the clean energy industry.

Together, we explored innovations and advancements in the area of clean energy assessments and performance and reliability improvements.

This conference focused primarily on preconstruction modeling, project development analyses, and tackled topics on operational assessment and performance and reliability engineering.

Topics Addressed at R&T

The ACP Resource and Technology Conference focuses on topics related to clean energy project performance, the optimization of energy storage resources, data tracking, and analyses increasing the accuracy of energy assessments, and more related to modeling and practical innovations to improve efficiencies.

This event is tailored to professionals who specialize in clean energy operations and maintenance, improving performance, data collection, or training and educating in these fields. 

Other topics addressed at the ACP Resource and Technology Conference:

  • Solar: Advancements in Modeling; and Asset Management.
  • Solar & Storage: Methods for Modeling & Validation; P50 Bias Update; Optimization & Dispatch Modeling; Asset Management Performance Modeling; and Green Hydrogen.
  • Combined Technologies: Extreme Conditions & Events; Measurement Systems; and Time Series Analysis;
  • Performance & Reliability: AI & Performance Analytics; and Life Extension & Loads Modeling.
  • Transmission & Basis: Congestion & Basis Modeling; and Mitigation Strategies & Offtake Structures.
  • Wind: Offshore & Metocean; Wakes & Losses; Asset Optimization & Repowering; and Operational Assessment.
The Stage at ACP's Resource and Technology Conference.

Thank you to our 2023 Program Co-Chairs

Thank You to Our 2023 Sponsors.

Thank You to Our 2023 Exhibitors.

2023 Pre-Conference Wind Project Tour

Invenergy and ACP hosted a tour on Monday, November 13, 2023 of Goldthwaite Wind Energy—an 86-turbine wind project, commissioned in 2013—that’s about 2 hours from the conference. Partners from Invenergy will provide an inside view of a full legacy wind site. Of the 86 turbines, 83 are 1.7MW GE towers; the remaining three were part of a pilot program and are GE Brilliance 2.5MW. Thank you to all who joined us!

The Goldthwaite Wind Project in Austin, TX. A green field wth trees along the horizon and one turbine poking out of the treeline.