Capitalising on real opportunities will be the main focus at EWEA 2013, where the conference aims to provide delegates with useful knowledge and tools to take away and apply to their own work. As well as covering the widest possible range of topics relevant to the wind industry, this year’s programme will feature sessions and workshops providing insight into the growing potential of Europe’s emerging wind energy markets.
Opportunities to learn and grow
- Our aim is to create a conference programme full of learning opportunities for delegates. This year, the conference programme will focus on translating ideas, experiences and theory into real, practical applications. Its aim is to give delegates useful knowledge and tools to take away, develop and implement.
- With over 40 sessions, the conference programme will cover the widest possible range of topics relevant to the industry, from high-level finance and policy issues through to the finest details of the latest advances in research and technology.
- Delegates will have the opportunity to get involved and easily interact with speakers in a range of different formats, from lively debates and panel sessions to the more interactive ‘Quick Fire’ session. We want people to feel involved whilst listening to presentations about the latest wind energy findings.
Key conference sessions
- In addition to conference sessions, the conference programme will also feature high-level plenary debates, where industry and political leaders will share their thoughts on the future of our industry and discuss some of the key challenges we face.
- The poster session on Tuesday, 5 February is not to be missed. It gives delegates the opportunity to browse hundreds of posters and discuss the work directly with the authors. It is always popular amongst delegates as a great learning and networking opportunity.
- More information on these sessions will be available in the programme overview and the EWEA 2013 homepage, as the programme develops.
Share your thoughts
The conference programme is formulated with the support of hundreds of industry experts – by the industry, for the industry. We are always eager to hear suggestions for improvements, important topics which we have not yet covered, or excellent speakers whom you think we should include. You can send your ideas to email@example.com.