Biodiversity, access and other siting issues

Environmental impacts, social acceptance and spatial planning

When: Friday, 28 September 2018, 14:45 - 16:00
Where: Room: Kopenhagen 1

Session description

The development of wind energy follows the noble objective of generating green electricity to protect our environment. It is therefore of the utmost importance to apply best practices as part of project development in order to mitigate potential negative impacts on the environment and ensure wide acceptability. Join us to learn more about the latest findings regarding environment and siting issues!

Learning objectives

Session chair

Nicolas Dietenbeck

Wind Business Unit Manager, Bureau Veritas


Guideline update on building wind plants in Natura 2000 sites

Christina Pantazi

Policy Officer - Nature Conservation, European Commission

Results from world’s largest bird avoidance behaviour & collision impact monitoring study at an Offshore wind farm

Eloise Burnett

Associate, The Carbon Trust

EnScope: Introducing a Socio-Technical Wind Atlas for Europe

Peter Enevoldsen

Third Party Product Owner, Envision Energy

Strategic Environmental Assessment on North Seas Renewable Energy Plans

Leo de Vrees

Co-chair of the Support Group on MSP under the Political Declaration and Project Coordinator SEANSE, Rijkswaterstaat, the agency of the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management

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