July 25-26, 2023 | Australia
Co-located with Connecting Green Hydrogen APAC 2023.
The strategic conference focuses on Australia's wind power roadmap, offshore wind deployment, wind farm O&M, wind investments, and technical innovations.
Two-day unique networking platform for participants to build solid business partnerships.
Innovation and Technology Exhibition to demonstrate practical wind farm case studies and advanced technologies.
October 11-12, 2023 | Ireland
We are proud to announce an exciting new event for 2023 which will bring together Ireland’s growing domestic supply chain, the key players in the global wind energy industry and cutting edge research from Ireland and internationally for the country’s first Wind Energy Trade Show.
Already a leader in onshore wind energy, Ireland has the project pipeline and the determination to become a force in offshore renewables as well. The 2023 Trade Show will showcase the exciting potential for new entrants into the Irish market and introduce to the world Irish companies that are not just competing here but are ready to compete internationally.
June 7-8, 2023 | USA
Amidst complex geopolitical tensions, evolving supply chains and catalysed technological development, the global energy transition has reached a critical inflection point. Against this uncertainty, are we realizing the commitments we have set ourselves?
We must re-scrutinize critically evaluate the status of the energy transition and ask the hardest question around the reality, commitment, and pathways to a net-zero future. Are we on the right track? Are we setting realistic and tactical goals? Can the gaps be bridged by action and technology? Does the industry need a new agenda?
November 28-30, 2023 | Germany
Energy storage systems are the key to the successful energy transition to full renewable energy supply and are more relevant today than ever before. They address numerous challenges of the energy transition at once: stabilise the electricity grids, support the shutdown of power plants, make regionally generated electricity available locally and compensate for fluctuations in renewable energy generation.