German-French Renewable Energy Coordination Office event
Fostering wind energy development through a new regulatory framework? Experiences from France and Germany.
Wednesday 18 April 2012 – 13:30 – 15:30
Bella Center, Copenhagen, Denmark
This side event organized by the German-French Renewable Energy Coordination Office will provide participants with in-depth knowledge of the recent developments in the regulatory framework for wind energy in France and Germany. Particular attention will be paid to:
- Practical experiences of the wind energy sector with the new ICPE regulation in France, e.g. the related environmental impact assessment;
- The recently enacted wind power decree of North Rhine-Westphalia aiming at fostering wind development in Germany;
- Feedback from a project developer on the implementation of wind farms with a focus on legal-administrative processes in both countries.
This event will be held in French and German and interpretation between those two languages will be provided.
Attendance at this event is free of charge, but you must also be registered to attend the main EWEA 2012 event, as a conference delegate, exhibition visitor or exhibitor. Register to attend EWEA 2012