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The Front Cover

Players in the wind energy business from all over Europe will be meeting in Warsaw, Poland, from 20 till 23 April. Poland is one of the promising emerging wind markets in Europe. Currently, the installed capacity in Poland is approximately 724MW (on December 2009). The Polish government has the ambition to have installed 2,000MW by 2020. If you want to know more about the new wind countries in Central and Eastern Europe it is worthwhile to pay a visit to EWEC in Warsaw, Poland. The image shows the 30MW Zag?rze windfarm in Poland. (courtesy PWEA).

Publisher's Note


The NewGen Generator
By Staffan Engstrom, ?gir Konsult AB, Sweden

IT Strategy for Renewables Projects
By Simon Gulliver, Technical Manager, SeaPlanner, UK

Real-Time Spectral Wave Monitoring

By Robin Newman, Principle Oceanographer, Emu Limited, UK


The European Wind Energy Conference and Exhibition 2010

Company in Focus

Metis Instruments
By Dr Luc L. Van Bockstal, Technical Director, Metis Instruments & Equipment, Belgium


WWEA Page March April 2010


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