Frequently Asked Questions

This page will be updated as more information becomes available.


When and how will WWRM take place?

WWRM 2020 will be entirely virtual! On-demand presentations are available now to registrants, and the live meeting content will take place December 1-4. Registrants have access to the virtual meeting platform, where they will be able to access all live and on-demand content. We know many will miss the opportunity to connect in person, but we are excited about opening up access to this meeting to a broader group of potential attendees that may have faced travel-related barriers in the past.


What can I expect each day of the meeting?
  • Live panels bringing together thought leaders on priority topics and themes
  • Access to over 75 on-demand presentations on the latest science for onshore and offshore wind and wildlife
  • Live and asynchronous Q&A
  • Virtual exhibit booths
  • Half day workshop on the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Land Based Wind Energy Guidelines

View the meeting schedule-at-a-glance for more details.


When and how can I access on-demand presentations?

Meeting registrants can now access all on-demand presentations by logging into the virtual meeting platform. Once you register, you will receive access information within 2 business days. View the complete presentation list.


When will registration open?

Registration is now open! Register here.


What are the registration rates?

See the registration page for all details. Early Bird rates end October 30.


I am a student and I am interested in attending WWRM 2020. Do I have to pay for registration?

Students are encouraged to apply for the scholarship program. This new scholarship program is available for higher-ed students with an interest in renewable energy and wildlife conservation to attend WWRM 2020. The program aims to support students from diverse backgrounds to learn about wind-wildlife science and interact with professionals in the field. Undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in and eager to learn more about renewable energy and/or wildlife conservation are encouraged to apply. Contact us for more information:


As a sponsor, what value can I expect from a virtual event?

The virtual hub of the meeting will provide many options for featuring and highlighting sponsors throughout the event, and unlike an in-person meeting, we can provide concrete metrics on engagement. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, view the virtual sponsorship packet and contact Lauren Flinn at


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