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EWEA is hosting a public debate on subsidies that are received in the power sector. The objective is to contribute to the policy discussion in advance of the European Commission’s study on the topic that is due to be published before summer 2014.
The second edition of KeyWind will take place in Rimini (Italy), from 5th to 8th of November 2014. Key Wind, co – organized by ANEV, the Italian Wind Energy Association, will join together all the key players from the wind industry in Italy and the Mediterranean Area in exhibition, conference, workshops and training courses. Moreover, as in the first …
Returning for the 4th year, Wind Power Romania is the leading annual meeting for the who’s who of the Romanian wind power industry. At a decisive time when the market is facing changes to the green certificates scheme, there has never been a more crucial moment to gather the industry and discuss the latest challenges and new opportunities for wind power …
OWIB is an annual network event dedicated towards making contacts within the offshore wind industry. It’s an alternative to traditional conferences and exhibitions. At OWIB 2013 B2B, participants have the opportunity to pre book meetings with participating companies. The OWIB 2013 Conference focuses on CoE reductions and supply chain optimization.
Call for Papers for 2014 NZ Wind Energy Conference
This is your chance to explore publicly the opportunities and challenges in fulfilling the potential of wind power in NZ. NZWEA would like to receive your proposal for a presentation at the conference, which will be held in Wellington from 14-16 April 2014.
This year the conference and exhibition will have an …
EWEA’s second technology workshop in 2013, organised in response to requests from members, focuses on technical challenges related to wind power forecasting onshore and offshore. Organised in association with the Anemos Consortium.
The workshop will cover topics including:
The end users’ requirements
Numerical weather prediction models
Wind power forecasting models and operational systems
Integrating forecasts in business processes
How important will forecasting be at 200 GW?