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.


REserviceS Final Event

30 September 2014, Brussels, Belgium

This event will launch REserviceS’ ‘Technical and economic recommendations for the design of a European market for grid support services, as well as for future network codes within the Third Liberalisation Package’.

It will feature lively debates in panels tackling the recommendations from both a technical and a market perspective, and will finish with a networking cocktail. Join us in finding out what variable renewables can do for the grid and how we can make it happen.

Due to overwhelming interest, registrations for this event were closed on Monday 15 September. More information can be found here.


workshop2Technology Workshop:
Analysis of Operating Wind Farms 2014

9-10 December 2014, Malmö, Sweden

As requested by participants at the first edition in Lyon, France – July, 2012, we return to the topic of operation assessment two years later in order to debate progress in the field.

Register now.

View the workshop programme and find out about sessions and presenters. Check regularly for updates.

Discover the venue, plan your trip to Malmö and book your room at a preferential rate at our selection of hotels.

Stay informed about this workshop.

See the programme & proceedings and attendee list from the first edition.


EWEA Noise Workshop 2012 Oxford - audienceTechnology workshop:
Wind Turbine Sound 2014

9-10 December 2014, Malmö, Sweden

Our second workshop on this highly topical issue will have common threads running through the different sessions: amplitude modulation (AM/OAM), low-frequency sounds (LFS), sound levels and tones.

Register now.

View the workshop programme and find out about sessions and presenters. Check regularly for updates.

Discover the venue, plan your trip to Malmö and book your room at a preferential rate at our selection of hotels.

Stay informed about this workshop.

See the programme & proceedings and attendee list from the first edition.


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