Webinar: Getting to Know the NASA Prediction Of Worldwide Energy Resources (POWER) Project

Join us for an introduction to NASA's POWER Project, its datasets and web services. In this webinar, we will highlight partnerships that facilitate the use of Earth observation data, and provide case studies of how POWER data are used within the renewable energy, agroclimatology and energy sustainability communities.
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Dr. Paul Stackhouse, Langley Research Center
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NASA EOSDIS
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NASA’s global Earth observations help us to understand our planet’s interconnected systems including the vital processes and the climate effects of ongoing changes. These global data sets are freely and openly available to anyone. The Prediction Of Worldwide Energy Resources (POWER) Project, a component of NASA’s Applied Sciences Program, improves the accessibility and usability of NASA Earth Observation (EO) data supporting community research in three focus areas: 1) renewable energy development, 2) building energy efficiency and sustainability, and 3) agroclimatology applications.

The POWER Project helps communities become resilient amid observed climate variability through the efficient access of solar and meteorological data via geospatial web services and visualization tools. This presentation will showcase POWER’s data and web services, highlighting partnerships that facilitate use of EO data. The POWER Team will provide case studies of how POWER data are used for applications in the communities it supports, followed by a question-and-answer session.

Homepage: https://power.larc.nasa.gov/

Email: larc-power-project@mail.nasa.gov

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Last Updated
May 18, 2022