2 - 3 October 2017 | MCH Messecenter Herning HAL F
WIND ENERGY DENMARK is a two-day event for you, who operates within the wind industry. It kicks off with an exclusive day on Monday, 2 October and ends on Tuesday, 3 October. We have put together a comprehensive, multi-level conference and workshop programme for specialists and researchers, sourcing/procurement, and marketing and project optimisation.
In close collaboration with the Danish Wind Industry Association and the Danish Research Consortium for Wind Energy, we will continue to strengthen the concept from 2015.
Join this two-day conference and exhibition, that gathers the entire value chain under one roof to discuss the future of the industry.
In 2017 you can participate in the comprehensive conference- and workshop program in 5 tracks:
These sessions present high -level keynote speakers who share their thoughts and insights into the central themes that define, challenge, and drive the industry.
Industrialization and standardization are key drivers to reduce the cost of wind energy. They represent a natural step that the wind sector needs to take to achieve economies of scale in production and strengthened cooperation throughout the entire value chain. While some wind turbine components are already standardized, there is still an untapped potential for further standardization, as seen in other industrial sectors.
As wind energy becomes a mainstream source of power generation, wind turbine technology and power grid systems must adapt and develop accordingly. This calls for a better understanding of the interaction between wind turbines and the power system - and the development of stronger grid systems which can handle higher amounts of renewable energy.
When market designs change and electrification increases through new customer types, e.g. data centers and electrical vehicles, there is an increased pressure in particularly for players in the top of the value chain to adapt their business model - and with the invention of ever more intelligent wind turbines, technological developments need to deliver new, innovative solutions to stay ahead.
Improved operation and maintenance is crucial to drive down costs. With a large number of turbines now in operation, the wind industry has never had so many sources of information and data available. The growing amount of operating capacity today highlights the need to devote more efforts to develop better and smarter O&M, where wind energy operators continue to make better analysis and use them to improve the design of machines, components, and servicing systems.
In order to develop beyond the activities of today and tomorrow, the wind energy sector needs a strong scientific knowledge base which involves both fundamental and pioneering research. Addressing aa long-term application and stimulation of possibilities of research and technology breakthroughs will be paramount to achieve lower LCOE and maintain global competitiveness.
or read more at http://www.windenergydenmark.dk/
If you want to know more about WIND ENERGY DENMARK, or how to exhibit, feel free to contact Lene or Casper.
Tel. +45 9926 9924
Tel. +45 9926 9991