When it comes to energy, the world is changing rapidly. We have a lot to take stock of. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has changed the dynamic of the European energy debate. Clean, home-grown renewables are the name of the game. That means more wind, more customers, closer cooperation, and more opportunities for our industry.
The EU now want wind to go from 190 GW today to 510 GW by 2030. We were already gearing up to deliver the targets set under the European Green Deal – now we’ve got to help deliver an energy secure Europe too. The stakes have never been higher.
When it comes to wind power, Denmark is one of Europe’s shining lights. The country is a global leader in the field, for both onshore and offshore wind. And a showcase for what we do best as an industry.
It’s only fitting then that in 2023, the wind energy sector will come to life in Copenhagen, from 25-27 April. There’s a lot on the line for us here. It’s time to come together to plot the way forward.
This will be the key European wind energy event of the year. You can expect a wide-ranging conference shedding light on the state of the industry, and a look at the years ahead. There’ll be hundreds of companies looking to showcase their brands and build solid partnerships. Top speakers from Governments, industry, NGOs, financial institutions and centres of learning. Educational outlets looking at the face of our industry and what keeps it ticking. And thousands of others from around the world looking to fill themselves in on all things wind.
With decarbonisation and energy security on the agenda, this is a defining moment for wind energy. And Copenhagen will lay the groundwork for the shape of the sector in the years ahead. This is your chance to come and make your mark.
All of WindEurope’s events are developed by the industry for the industry. The wind industry’s brightest minds help to put the programme together and support its execution. And every euro you spend on these events goes back to the association, enabling our advocacy work and putting wind at the centre of the European energy mix.