This is a watershed moment for energy in Europe. The war in Ukraine has upended the energy system and meant a whole new energy policy. No more Russian energy imports by 2027. Faster expansion of renewables. To help deliver energy security, the EU now wants wind to grow from 190 GW today to 480 GW in 2030.
This will mean finding sites for new wind farms, and getting the most of existing ones. Better assessing our wind resources and capturing more energy from the wind will be central to delivering on this.
WindEurope’s Technology Workshop 2022 will focus on the latest developments in resource assessment and how to optimise the performance and efficiency of wind farms. It’s taking place in person on 23-24 June at The Egg in Brussels. The participants will be innovators from the wind industry and academia.
There’ll be a range of sessions across the 2 days covering specific issues – check out the programme. There will also be a poster exhibition and networking opportunities.
There’s never been a bigger moment for wind energy technology. We hope you can join us this June in Brussels. Registration is now open – click here to sign-up.
Please note: the event will be onsite only – there will be no online participation.
|Day 1, Thursday 23 June|
|11:00-12:30||Improve forescasting in different timescales|
|14:00-15h30||Environmental aspects of wind farms|
Day 2, Friday 24 June
|09:00-10:15||Monitoring & diagnostics|
|10:45-12:15||Using Al to improve operations|
|12:15-13:00||Optimising lifetime & lifecycles|
|14:30-16:00||Wakes & Blockages|