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Why attend?

Learn about EWEA 2014 participant benefits

The EWEA Annual Event was initiated over 20 years ago to bring the European wind industry together. Our prime objective is to strengthen the development of European and global wind energy markets. As a non-profit organisation, revenues from EWEA events are reinvested in the industry and used to fund EWEA’s policy and industry advocacy efforts, coordinating research and analysis for the industry.

Let EWEA’s Deputy CEO convince you to come to Barcelona

EWEA’s Deputy CEO, Malgosia Bartosik, has over 10 years’ experience in organising events for the wind industry. She knows that in today’s climate, every company needs to make sure its money is well spent. Review the event benefits, then download Malgosia’s “Must attend EWEA 2014 Toolkit” to help you make your case.

Get it all at EWEA 2014

  • Opening session: Getting back to business

The Opening Session officially marks the start of EWEA 2014. Hear some of industry’s leading advocates as they introduce this year’s conference theme ‘getting back to business’ (also interpreted in Spanish).

  • Explore business opportunities in the exhibition halls

Meet with hundreds of companies from across the supply chain at this international event housing exhibitors from Europe and beyond, including 7 national pavilions.

  • Attend the EWEA 2014 Opening Reception (FoC)

Join thousands of your fellow participants from around the globe as EWEA 2014 kicks off in grand style. Talk with your peers and enjoy food, drinks, music, and more.

  • Keep up with trends and technology

Take full advantage of your trip to Barcelona. Register as a conference delegate and get access to all of the sessions or register as an exhibition visitor and select the session(s) you are interested in.

  • Find your way and make new contacts

Visit the What’s On page to learn about all of the side events and not-to-be-missed networking events that first-timers might overlook. EWEA Annual Event veterans can learn what is new and different at EWEA 2014.