Brazil Windpower 2017



Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
29/08/2017 - 31/08/2017
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Brazil Windpower is the biggest event in Latin America dedicated to business development and wind power generation projects in Brazil and Latin America. Taking place from 29-31 August, BWP2017 is the ideal meeting place for entrepreneurs, consultants, executives, manufacturers, service providers and professionals in general involved in wind power in the region.

During the 2016 edition, it showcased more than 110 national and international exhibitors, bringing together the main players from the wind market onto the two floors of the SulAmérica Convention Center in Rio de Janeiro.  The event incorporated a two and a half day conference featuring expert speakers who addressed policy, market, finance and technical issues, as well as a 2-day parallel conference, dedicated to Operations and Maintenance.

Call for Papers opens on 10 April

Registration for paper submissions for this year’s Brazil Windpower will be open in early April. But why not stay ahead of the game and start to prepare your submission now?

The topics that will be included in this year’s Call for Papers are as follows:

1.      Wind Resource Analysis
2.      Supply Chain and Logistics
3.      Integration of wind farms onto the grid
4.      New Technologies and R&D
5.      Wind Project Financing
6.      New regulation, Commercialization, Social and Environmental challenges
7.      Miscellaneous

Submission of papers will be possible between 10 April and 19 May 2017.  Full submission rules and templates can be viewed here

If you want to be informed when the Submission portal is open, sign up here. .

Book your booth now – discounts for GWEC members

Is your company active in the Brazilian wind market?  The there’s no better place to be visible than on the exhibition floor. Book your booth early – 10% discount on published prices for GWEC members.

Brazil Windpower is an event organised annually by Global Wind Energy Council, ABEEolica and Grupo Canal Energia.

“Wind generation, with its industry is a success story in Brazil. Success needs to be expanded and maintained. There is much to do and the government must turn challenges into opportunities”

Eduardo Azevedo
Secretary of Energy Planning and Development of the Ministry of Mines and Energy

“The wind energy sector has the capacity to help us set in motion the transmission projects, which is a short-term issue in the electricity sector,”

Luiz Eduardo Barata
director general of the National Electric System Operator

“We expect to reach 20 GW by 2020,”

Lauro Fiuza
president of the Board of Directors of ABEEólica

 

Brazil Windpower …. and event organised by the industry …. for the industry