‚ÄúDriving Continued Growth of the Wind Industry‚Äù is the theme for CWP 2013 with the call for abstracts closing on June 30. Main sessions named ‚ÄòEntrepreneur Fora‚Äô will address the fields of Finance and Market Developments, Challenges for Manufacturers, and Grid Integration & Distribution. Breakout sessions will look at hot issues affecting our industry in terms of: offshore technology; wind farm O&M; resource assessment and wind forecasting; storage and distribution; drain train systems; standards testing and certification; new financial models for wind farms; capacity building; and, electrical and control systems.
China Wind Power (CWP) which began in 2008 has since become one of the world‚Äôs most influential exhibitions in the wind power industry. It will take place 16-18 October in Beijing and is co-delivered by four organisations: Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA), Chinese Renewable Ene