As demand for green energy soars, wind will be key to driving the energy transition. Renewable energy has faced many headwinds and tailwinds recently, but together we can address market challenges and seize opportunities in the push toward net zero.
Northland Power, in collaboration with WindEurope and GWEC, is hosting this year’s Markets Theatre, bringing you updates and deep-dives on global drivers for renewables growth, the state of the supply chain, and key markets for wind in Europe, North America, the Asia-Pacific region, Australia and beyond.
Join industry CEOs, country delegates and market experts at the Markets Theatre right throughout WindEurope’s Annual Event in Copenhagen.
- When: 25-27 April 2023
- Where: Markets Theatre – Exhibition – Hall D
- Open to: All visitors with a valid event ticket
Tuesday, 25 April
Wednesday, 26 April
Thursday, 27 April
About our partner
Founded in 1987, Northland Power is a Canadian global power producer dedicated to accelerating the clean energy transition by producing electricity from renewable resources. Northland owns and manages a diversified generation mix including offshore and onshore renewables, and efficient natural gas, as well as supplying energy through a regulated utility. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, with global offices in eight countries, Northland owns or has an economic interest in 3.0 GW (net 2.6 GW) of operating capacity and has a significant project pipeline encompassing over 14 GW of potential capacity.
The European market has been instrumental in establishing Northland’s position as global leaders in offshore wind and is home to some of our largest operational facilities including Gemini (600 MW, Netherlands), Nordsee One (332 MW, Germany), and Deutsche Bucht (252 MW, Germany). Northland’s European headquarters and our Offshore Wind Center of Excellence are both based in Hamburg, supporting our global offshore development and construction pipeline.