10th German Wind Energy Conference DEWEK 2010
17 /18 November 2010 at Congress Centrum Bremen
In Germany, the construction of deepwater offshore wind farms has started, a much higher technical challenge than the nearshore wind farms erected in northern Europe so far. What can be done to reduce the weather-related problems of offshore logistics, what methods can be implemented to automate the rotor blade production and how can the foundation structures subject to extreme dynamical load be designed for 20 years of safe operation? What are the options for grid connection and what is the best way to distribute the energy flows in a North Sea grid and to bring them ashore?
The latest findings of research and development in these and many other subjects will be presented on 17/18 November at the 10th German Wind Energy Conference (DEWEK 2010) in Bremen. 105 papers and over 80 posters are presented to the expected 700 participants. During session breaks the delegates can visit the exhibition for more information about wind energy technology and networking with colleagues and exhibitors. On the day after the conference, a one-day excursion is offered with visits to the production plant of a 5 MW offshore wind turbine, another 5 MW wind turbine in operation in Bremerhaven and to two manufacturing plants for offshore foundations in Cuxhaven.
The fastest way to register is to download the registration form from the conference website. There you will find all details about the conference, accommodation, exhibition and the technical excursion.
There are still a few stands available at the exhibition . Don't miss this excellent opportunity to present your company to an interested audience! Order form and all other details can also be found at the conference website (under 'Exhibition').
Only two weeks to go until DEWEK 2010 !
Registration for conference & exhibition at www.dewek.de