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NOAA Technology Transfer Award
Overview: Each year, NOAA's Technology Partnerships Committee selects individual projects as the best examples of technology transfer from across all NOAA's Line Offices.
Recipients by year
2017
Melinda Marquis

Category/Organization

Melinda Marquis, Curtis Alexander, Stan Benjamin, John M. Brown (ESRL/GSD Federal Staff) and Joe Olson, James Kenyon, Eric James, Terra Ladwig (ESRL/GSD CIRES Staff) - For improving forecasts of turbine-height winds and solar irradiance from the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) weather model to improve usage of renewable power by industry.

2017

Category/Organization

Melinda Marquis, Curtis Alexander, Stan Benjamin, John M. Brown (ESRL/GSD Federal Staff) and Joe Olson, James Kenyon, Eric James, Terra Ladwig (ESRL/GSD CIRES Staff) - For improving forecasts of turbine-height winds and solar irradiance from the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) weather model to improve usage of renewable power by industry.

2017
John Brown

Category/Organization

Melinda Marquis, Curtis Alexander, Stan Benjamin, John M. Brown (ESRL/GSD Federal Staff) and Joe Olson, James Kenyon, Eric James, Terra Ladwig (ESRL/GSD CIRES Staff) - For improving forecasts of turbine-height winds and solar irradiance from the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) weather model to improve usage of renewable power by industry.

2017

Category/Organization

Melinda Marquis, Curtis Alexander, Stan Benjamin, John M. Brown (ESRL/GSD Federal Staff) and Joe Olson, James Kenyon, Eric James, Terra Ladwig (ESRL/GSD CIRES Staff) - For improving forecasts of turbine-height winds and solar irradiance from the High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) weather model to improve usage of renewable power by industry.