EWEA 2014 ANNUAL EVENT 10 – 13 MARCH 2014 | BARCELONA, SPAIN

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By eletaen February 6, 2014 14:13 Updated

EWEA 2014 ANNUAL EVENT 10 – 13 MARCH 2014  |  BARCELONA, SPAIN

Story Highlights

  • Portuguese Energy Minister, Jorge Moreira da Silva, to speak on 2030 renewables targets on the opening day.
  • Networking and discussion with the authors of over 200 technical posters at the Poster Award Ceremony on 12 March.
  • NEWside event takes a look at the impacts of the Spanish electricity reform on the Spanish wind energy sector on Wednesday 12 March

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EWEA 2014 ANNUAL EVENT | 10 – 13 MARCH 2014  |  BARCELONA, SPAIN

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What’s new?

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- Portuguese Energy Minister,
Jorge Moreira da Silva, to speak on 2030 renewables targets on the opening day. Read more >>

- Networking and discussion with the authors of over 200 technical posters at the Poster Award Ceremony on 12 March. See poster topics >>

- NEWside event takes a look at the impacts of the Spanish electricity reform on the Spanish wind energy sector on Wednesday 12 March. Read more >>

With the EU discussing the need of binding 2030 renewable targets, energy prices rising and European elections coming, EWEA 2014 will be the perfect event for the European industry to meet and discuss the future of the sector. And what better place to address such issues than Spain – the first country in the world to have made wind energy its number one source of electric power.”

Luis Polo Gómez, Director General of Asociación Empresarial Eólica (AEE)

 

Good to know…

  • Opening Reception hosted by Siemens. Join other professionals after a busy day on the exhibition floor, against a relaxed backdrop of music and drinks. Read more >>

  • Technical visit to a wind farm with 3MW turbines. Followed by networking, Cava and Catalan cuisine.Read more >>

  • Travel to EWEA 2014 for 20% less when you choose to fly with Star Alliance. Read more >>

For more information and to register, visit: www.ewea.org/annual2014

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By eletaen February 6, 2014 14:13 Updated
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