Each year, the European Wind Energy Association organizes an event for the wind industry that takes on a new theme to foster progress and industry growth. EWEA 2013 will focus on providing participants with real opportunities to help them find the real growth. New sources of finance and investment, new growth opportunities in the wind energy industry, new markets and technology developments all represent opportunities for new sources of growth and jobs that should be grasped.
EWEA 2013 Annual Event (February 4–7 2013) comprises a conference and exhibition. The conference is developed by industry experts and covers six tracks, where sessions will update attendees with the latest and most up-to-date developments and explore the industry’s most pressing issues. The exhibition will serve as the center point for the whole event, bringing together industry leaders and technology pioneers from mature and emerging markets, enabling delegates to meet, do business and learn first-hand about how challenges are being overcome and the new opportunities that are emerging.
“While the wind industry continues to grow in mature markets, developers are also looking to emerging markets,” EWEA president Arthouros Zervos said. “The Austrian capital — Vienna, a central location between the east and west of Europe, is a fitting place for mature and emerging wind energy markets to meet at the European Wind Energy Association 2013 annual event.”
The EWEA will issue a new report at the conference, entitled “Wind Energy Opportunities in Emerging Markets.” “This event is for anyone who wants to learn about the current state of the wind industry,” Zervos said. For more information, visit www.ewea.org.