Energy Storage Global Conference

October 19-21, 2021 | Belgium

The Energy Storage Global Conference offers a unique opportunity to industry, researchers and policymakers to exchange views on key issues for the storage sector. Representatives from around the world will come together for three days to discuss the latest developments in energy storage technologies, regulatory and policy frameworks, and the future storage market. For the first time in 2021 the Energy Storage Global Conference will be a hybrid event, taking place in-person at the Hotel Le Plaza in Brussels and online. The fourth Energy Storage Global Conference is organized by EASE - The European Association for Storage of Energy, with the support of the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission.

Spotlight

Worldwide, the total consumption of electricity reached almost 20.000 TWh1 with an average price of 0.14 USD per kWh, which equates to USD 3tn per year! Commercial buildings account for 40-50 % of this amount. Besides the growing consumption, the key issue in the power industry is the unpredictability of supply and demand for electricity, such as the influx of renewable sources, e.g. solar panels and wind turbines.


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Windpower Data and Digital Innovation Forum ( US Edition) 2021

October 28-29, 2021 | Czech Republic

Digitalization refers to the application of digital technologies and data to transform business models and generate new value-producing opportunities. In the wind industry, advances in areas such as data science and the internet of things are set to disrupt the industry at every stage of the asset life cycle. Hear from the industry experts as they come together to share their experience and knowledge as well as look at the future market opportunity of digital wind farm. Wind turbine manufacturers will share their views on technical requirements, standards and drivers for digitalization as well as investigate the latest wind turbine design & technology.

Wind Power Finance & Investment Summit

December 7-8, 2021 | UK

With nearly 10-years’ experience in solar and storage finance and investment, Solar Media brings our network of highly experienced and senior lenders and investors to the wind sector. Dedicated content looking at both offshore and onshore opportunity will ensure a fantastic opportunity for projects and money to meet. Our inaugural Wind Finance & Investment conference in London, will discuss how the market plans to meet recent EU & UK offshore commitments and how best to invest the billions needed to reach the 2050 targets. Europe’s expertise in technological, scientific, and industrial know-how in this sector is unrivalled, however many challenges still lay ahead across the supply chain, from manufacturing to shipping and installation.

Novogradac Financing Renewable Energy Tax Credits Conference

November 4-5, 2021 | USA

Novogradac Financing Renewable Energy Tax Credits Conference is a prime opportunity for renewable energy participants-developers, investors, project sponsors, intermediaries and others-to network and keep abreast of the latest in the always-changing renewables world.

MENA Wind Power

November 1-3, 2021 | USA

The event will look at how governments are driving the energy transition in the region through policy and regulatory frameworks, how investors are making their decisions to support this transition, the latest trends in the wind industry, and how countries in the region can further scale-up wind power to create greater energy security and socioeconomic benefits. The wind energy market in Egypt is expected to grow at a CAGR of around 15% during the forecast period of 2020-2025. The primary driver for the market includes the government’s efforts to have a low-cost, sustainable, and cleaner form of energy to reduce carbon emissions and limit the impacts of climate change.

Spotlight

Worldwide, the total consumption of electricity reached almost 20.000 TWh1 with an average price of 0.14 USD per kWh, which equates to USD 3tn per year! Commercial buildings account for 40-50 % of this amount. Besides the growing consumption, the key issue in the power industry is the unpredictability of supply and demand for electricity, such as the influx of renewable sources, e.g. solar panels and wind turbines.

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