EU leaders may be dithering over the next set of renewable energy targets for 2030, but the wind industry is not playing a waiting game. How has the industry been getting back to business amid all the political and economic uncertainty? What practical steps has the industry been taking to meet its responsibilities towards shareholders, stakeholders and employees to get investments flowing again? Hear six of the industry’s leading CEOs share their experiences at the EWEA 2014 Annual Event in Barcelona on the morning of Tuesday 11 March 2014 and get set to be inspired with new business ideas and directions in Europe and beyond. Find out more about this session here.
With a host of companies from over 20 different countries represented at the exhibition at the EWEA 2014 Annual Event and six national pavilions, this is the ideal time to make new connections. Come and meet your industry in person, as well as new businesses looking to get involved in wind energy,_session including Google, and take advantage of the considerable networking opportunities. An array of networking and social events are planned throughout the four days, starting with the opening reception taking place in the exhibition hall at the Siemens stand on Monday evening.