EWEA Wind Energy Workshops
In addition to its main events, EWEA also organises wind energy workshops in response to requests from members where participants can exchange experience on policy, finance and technical developments. As with all of our events, EWEA workshops are organised ‘for the industry by the industry’.
The highly popular technology workshops provide a quality platform for discussing specific issues at the best value for money for delegates, only possible because EWEA – the sector’s non-profit organisation – does not have to generate profit for shareholders. As with all association events, by supporting EWEA events you are supporting your industry.
The series of policy workshops in emerging wind markets will continue for a fifth year in 2013 with events in Turkey, Hungary, Romania and Bulgaria.
Design tools for enhanced performance and value of North Sea offshore wind power
Thursday 6 June 2013, London area, UK
Programme, presenters and registration
Tuesday 11 June 2013 – 09:00-14:00
Thon Hotel EU, Rue de la Loi/Wetstraat 75
The final workshop of the TWENTIES project will take place on 11 June at the Thon Hotel EU in Brussels, from 9AM to 2PM. A visit to CORESO’s facilities will be possible for interested participants in the afternoon.
The TWENTIES Project was coordinated by Red Eléctrica de España, the Spanish Transmission System Operator, and ran from 2010 to 2013. Its aim was to advance the development and deployment of new technologies facilitating the widespread integration of more onshore and offshore wind power into the European electricity system by 2020 and beyond.
25 & 26 June 2013, Dublin, Ireland
Organised in association with the Irish Wind Energy Association
EWEA’s series of workshops on technology issues critical to members continues in 2013 with a second resource assessment workshop, as requested by participants at the highly-acclaimed May 2011 edition that 180 specialists attended.
3 & 4 December 2013, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Organised in association with the Anemos Consortium
The final technology workshop in 2013 will focus on forecasting issues related to onshore and offshore wind energy. Programme and registration will be launched in second quarter 2013.