Prospects for Community Energy – International, National, Regional

WWEA, in cooperation with the renewable energy federation of North Rhine-Westphalia LEE NRW and the German Wind Energy Association BWE, will host a half-day event on community energy on 13 September 2017, during Husum Wind 2017.

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Leosphere is hosting a lidar side event presenting OEM user experience and more at Offshore Wind Energy in London

Leosphere brings its community together with a Lidar user session within the upcoming Offshore Wind Energy 2017 in London (6-8th of June, Day 1). Open to everyone upon registration, this free event is the ideal place for users and non-users to challenge their views and learn about the potential offered by this technology, quickly becoming a standard in offshore.

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Call for Papers - World Small Wind Conference 2017

The World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) and Intersolar Europe invite the small and medium wind stakeholders as well as the Solar PV and Energy Storage industry to participate in the World Small Wind Conference (WSWC2017), taking place in Munich/Germany on 1 and 2 June 2017.

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WWEA and Intersolar Europe will team up and co-host the World Small Wind Conference

The World Wind Energy Association WWEA and Intersolar Europe are pleased to invite the small and medium wind stakeholders as well as the solar PV and energy storage industry to participate in the World Small Wind Conference WSWC2017, taking place in Munich/Germany on 1 and 2 June 2017, in parallel with the Intersolar Europe exhibition 2017 (31 May - 2 June, 2017).

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EWEA signs long-term events deal with Hamburg Messe

EWEA and Hamburg Messe (HMC) have agreed to host two more events in 2018 and 2020, in addition to the collaboration on WindEnergy Hamburg 2016 that will take place in September.

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COP21 Side Event: RENEWABLES WORKING TOGETHER

Monday, 7 December 2015, 11:30-13:00, COP21 UNFCCC Blue Zone | Side Event Room 3

Achieving the goal of a world supplied by 100% renewable energy will require a clear understanding of how different renewable energy technologies can work together to provide reliable energy systems. This side event brings together five renewable energy technology organisations, representing solar, wind, geothermal, hydro, and bioenergy, to provide case studies and best practices of cities, regions, and countries where various high-penetration combinations of renewable energy technologies are working together. The case studies will identify practical policy, financial, and technical steps taken to achieve successful hybrid renewable energy systems. Of particular focus will be the benefits of achieving climate mitigation goals by using renewable energy for all our energy needs, as well as the benefits of access to clean energy for all, including the 1.3 billion people who currently have no access to reliable, modern-day energy services.

The International Renewable Energy Alliance (REN-Alliance) is a partnership of international renewable energy organisations representing renewable energy technologies. The Alliance includes the International Solar Energy Society (ISES), the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA), the International Hydropower Association (IHA), the International Geothermal Association (IGA), and the World Bioenergy Association (WBA).