KEY Energy

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Following the success of the first independent KEY Energy event last year, the conference returns to Italy in 2024. The conference promises to be a keystone event for the renewable and energy transition markets of Southern Europe, Africa, and the Mediterranean. Packed full of talks, debates, and workshops, last year’s event boasted over 33,000 attendees, and this year’s event is expected to be even bigger.

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Futurebuild 2024

March 5-7, 2024 | UK

Futurebuild 2024 will continue its mission in taking a stand for a better built environment. As the industry’s most respected event, we provide the stage for inspiring ideas, innovative solutions and knowledge sharing to drive sustainable construction and help us reach our goal of net zero. The exhibition brings together the entire supply chain to showcase, debate and understand the advancements in sustainable construction and the emerging technologies that will make net zero possible.

Offshore Wind Conference 2024

January 24-25, 2024 | UK

The Offshore Wind Conference 2024 kickstarts a critical year of action to address the barriers affecting the deployment of offshore wind and the success of Scotland’s supply chain companies. Secure your place today to be a part of supply chain and offshore wind collaboration in action. You'll learn: About the scale, pace and change needed to deliver the supply chain and offshore wind required to achieve net-zero. How consenting, environmental, grid and network challenges are being unlocked by industry and government action on the ground. The latest ongoing work to maximise economic opportunities for Scottish ports funding and manufacturing to achieve a just transition. The latest thought leadership, news and project updates from stakeholders seeking catalysts for co-existence. How to access advice, supply chain opportunities and who to engage with to grow your offshore wind business.

11th International Conference Wind Turbine Towers

February 26-28, 2024 | Germany

The Evolving Landscape of Tower Heights and Market Dynamics in Renewable Energy Wind turbine towers are continuing a trend of growth to meet the needs of rising turbine capacity to further boost renewable energy production. Where hub heights need to be increased while maintaining cost efficiency, there is pressure for experts in the wind industry to push forward technical development for future tower concepts, utilising improved technology, new concepts on tubular steel towers, pre-stressed concrete and hybrid towers. Tackle these challenges and more at the 11th International Conference Wind Turbine Towers, taking place 26th- 28th February 2024 in Bremen, Germany. If you’re tasked with improving efficiency and achieving operational excellence in your operations, join over 60 of your industry peers and learn how to: Navigate this technological shifts with precision, empowering you to lead and adapt to industry shifts with agility. Acquire mastery in material selection, manufacturing techniques, and operational management. Equip yourself with the tools to actively contribute to environmental preservation while advancing your technical expertise. Navigate the financial challenges to optimize your operations. Manage the complexities of offshore wind tower projects. Overcome challenges related to fatigue, buckling, and frequency-induced issues. Plus, much more...

ASES SOLAR 2024

May 20-23, 2024 | USA

As Conference Chair of the American Solar Energy Society’s SOLAR 2024 National Solar Conference in Washington, D.C., at George Washington University on May 20-23, 2024. I heartedly invite you to this conference and hear speakers present in person or virtually, as well as interact with a wide variety of experts and practitioners, as well as educating your Congressional representatives. The conference theme, “Connecting Technology & Policy,” will promote the ASES mission to “accelerate equitable solar adoption and universal sustainable living by educating and building community.” And will focus on models and tools for negotiating the challenges to advancing renewables by following justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion (JEDI) principles.

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