GWEC events …
… organised for the industry, by the industry
Below is an overview of events organised or supported by the Global Wind Energy Council in partnership with our national and regional member associations.
GWEC members receive up to 37% discounts on a booth and delegate passes at most of these events. Find out how your company can benefit from these great discounts by emailing us today.
27/09/2016 - 30/09/2016
GWEC is proud to once again support WindEnergy Hamburg as Global Partner and as Supporter of the WindEurope Summit. This event will be one of the biggest on the international wind power calendar and a ‘must’ for stakeholders from across the supply chain. The combination of WindEurope’s leading industry conference in conjunction with one of the world’s top wind energy …more
19/10/2016 - 21/10/2016
The 10th edition of China Wind Power will take place in Beijing, China from 19-21 October 2016.
China Wind Power is the official wind industry event organised annually by GWEC, Chinese Renewable Energy Agency (CREIA) and Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA).
Call for Abstracts is now open – deadline 30 June 2016
China Wind Power (CWP) is one of the world’s most influential …more
The new Global Wind Energy Outlook 2016 (GWEO) presents three visions of the future of the global wind energy industry out to 2020, 2030 and up to 2050. The scenarios compare the International Energy Agency’s central scenario from its World Energy Outlook with a Moderate and Advanced scenario developed especially for this report, detailing how the global wind industry might …more
Cape Town, South Africa
02/11/2016 - 04/11/2016
South Africa has excellent wind resources and is one of the leading new wind markets globally. It currently has a total of 1,053 MW of installed wind capacity with a further 3,000 MW at different stages of development.
Windaba 2016 aims to take a long term view towards a ‘30 GW or more’ wind industry – to establish what it would …more
New Delhi, India
10/01/2017 - 12/01/2017
The Indian wind market has huge potential. The country added 2,623 MW of wind power in 2015, reaching a total installed capacity of over 25 GW. India has committed to a target of 60 GW of wind by 2022 and to raise the share of non-fossil fuel power capacity in the power mix to 40% by 2030.
On this backdrop, …more