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The global wind industry is becoming increasingly crowded with new players. Every year, EWEA brings together over 60 nationalities from across the world, making the EWEA Annual Event truly international and a great place to find new suppliers, check out new developments and build partnerships.
GWEC at EWEA 2015
GWEC is organising a series of activities at EWEA2015, …
GWEC is Husum Wind’s global partner, providing continued support to ‘The Home of the Wind Industry’.
With Husum Wind’s new focus on national companies and being the hub of know-how and education of the wind energy sector, GWEC will be setting up sponsored side events for companies wanting the opportunity to provide technical or research-type content during the show. For information about …
The 9th edition of China Wind Power will take place in Beijing, China from 14-16 October 2015.
China Wind Power is the official wind industry event organised annually by GWEC, Chinese Renewable Energy Agency (CREIA) and Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA).
China Wind Power … an event organised by the industry, for the industry
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The 5th edition of Windaba will take place in Cape Town, South Africa from 4-5 November 2015. The conference is themed: “Powering the winds of change”.
The expanded and accelerated renewable energy investment programme (REIPPP) underway in South Africa has stimulated investment and created a thriving market for wind energy. There are currently 294 wind turbines installed with plans to reach …
As of the end of 2014, Mexico had an installed capacity of 2,551 MW, in 31 wind farms operating in Oaxaca, Baja California, Chiapas, Jalisco, Tamaulipas, San Luis Potosi, and Nuevo Leon. Currently six more projects are in construction that will start operations in 2015, contributing 732 MW more to the country’s wind-power installed capacity. By 2018, more than 9,500 …
WINDPOWER is the annual conference and exhibition for the U.S. wind industry hosted by the American Wind Energy Association(AWEA). It’s the nexus of wind energy professionals who converge to generate actionable ideas for expanding the wind energy economy through technology and collaboration.
The largest wind power conference and exhibition in Latin America!
As of September 2015, Brazil had reached 7 GW of installed capacity with expectations to add an additional 2 GW by the end of the year, and ambitions to reach 20 GW by 2020. Growth prospects are good, the energy ministry is pushing for more manufacturing to take place, financing is available, …