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China Wind Power 2020 – Biggest Wind Event in Corona Times

Envision New Products ReleaseChina Wind Power 2020 was held from 14 to 16 October at the China International Exhibition Center (New Venue) in Beijing. More than 400 companies presented at the exhibition, which attracted 40,000+ visitors during 2.5 exhibition days.
By Crystal Zhang, Beijing minds:connected Information Consulting, China

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Review WINDFORCE 2020

The German Energy Transition Must Not Become an Imported Product
windforce bremerhaven (courtesy wiwiphoto)At the 16th WINDFORCE Conference in Bremerhaven, Germany, organised by WAB from 3 to 4 September, numerous experts called on the Federal Government to correct the course of pending legislative amendments in order to avert further job and turnover losses in small and medium-sized industry. At the centre of the criticism is the lack of construction activities in the North and Baltic Seas despite existing grid connection capacities and projects ready for construction, as well as the proposed special course of the Federal Government for a tender model for offshore wind power from 2021.

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Review Winterwind 2018

winterwind2On 6 and 7 February 2018, the 10th Winterwind International Wind Energy Conference was organised by the Swedish Windpower Association in Åre, Sweden. Winterwind is an annual conference dedicated to the development and deployment of wind energy systems in areas which are prone to cold climate effects, such as accretion of ice on blades, lubrication problems of gearboxes, ice throw, aerodynamic and mechanical imbalances caused by icing, etc. When dealing with wind energy in cold climates it is essential to distinguish between two types of cold climate issues: very low temperatures combined with dry air on the one hand, and ‘not so low’ temperatures combined with various types of ice build-up on rotors and sensors depending on the water content of the atmosphere on the other hand.

By Jos Beurskens, SET Analysis, the Netherlands

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HUSUM Wind 2015

The meeting place and shop window of the wind industry for over 25 years

Husum 1For the last 25 years HUSUM Wind has been the leading biennial trade fair for the wind industry. HUSUM is now increasingly focused on the core market of Germany and its neighbouring countries. From 15 to 18 September wind industry businesses and representatives came together at HUSUM Wind, to showcase their innovations and services – onshore and offshore – along the whole supply chain. This year almost 650 exhibitors showed their products and services and it looks like HUSUM Wind welcomed the expected number of 20,000 visitors.

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The Premiere of WindEnergy Hamburg

Hamburg-48 Halls, 1,250 Exhibitors and 33,000 Visitors

It was a good start for the new event WindEnergy Hamburg, which came to a close on Friday 26 September after four exhibition days at the Hamburg Fair ground. The new fair demonstrated its international character; more than 33,000 visitors from all parts of the world were there, getting information on the latest products and services from 1,250 exhibitors from 33 nations. A third of the visitors were from outside Germany, including 24 delegations from 22 countries.

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China Wind Power 2013

Driving Continued Growth in the Wind Industry
cwp131The 6th China Wind Power Conference & Exhibition (CWP2013) was held between 16 and 18 October in Beijing. The annual event was organised among others by the China Wind Energy Association, the China Renewable Energy Industry Association and the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC). This year’s theme was ‘Driving Continued Growth in the Wind Industry’. Windtech International joined the event as a media partner.
By Joost Siteur, Asia Representative, Windtech International

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