International Wind Congress scheduled for Berlin


The International Wind Congress will be in Berlin, Germany, November 7-8. It focuses on wind energy, and it will provide its participants — developers, operators, EPC(I)s, Electricity TSOs — with a place to discuss their projects in a closed-door format.

The two-day business program features more than 45 case studies from wind-energy experts, including Energinet, Maple Power, The Scottish Government, Hexicon, and Equinor. The topics of discussions include:

  • Repowering and recycling of aged assets.
  • Digital optimization with big data, AI, and drones.
  • Wind-farm challenges.
  • Enlargement of turbines.
  • Factors in offshore wind-farm development.

Also, the framework of achieving 2030 goals by using new technologies and making new projects will be discussed. The closed-door format ensures only key representatives of companies and decision-makers will be in attendance; therefore, the exchange of views and consultations are expected to be mutually productive.

The list of confirmed participants already includes representatives from more than 20 wind farms, including Thor Offshore Wind Farm, Saint-Brieuc offshore wind farm, Nordsee One, ScotWind, and Albatros.