WindEurope Wind Energy Workshops

In addition to its main events, WindEurope organises wind energy workshops in response to requests from members where participants can exchange experience on policy, finance and technical developments. As with all of our events, WindEurope workshops are organised ‘for the industry by the industry’.

The highly popular technology workshops provide a quality platform for discussing specific issues at the best value for money for delegates, only possible because WindEurope – the sector’s non-profit organisation – does not have to generate profit for shareholders. By supporting WindEurope events you are supporting your industry.

Upcoming workshops

Resource Assessment 2019 – 5th edition

27 – 28 June, Brussels, Belgium

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Recent Workshops

Analysis of Operating Wind Farms 2018 – 4th edition

15 & 16 May 2018, Vilnius, Lithuania
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Resource Assessment 2017 – 4th edition

16 & 17 March 2017 – EICC, Edinburgh, UK

WindEurope’s technology workshop on wind resource assessment is the must attend event for specialists in the field. The Resource Assessment workshop gathered over 180 resource assessment experts from industry and academia.

You can see an overview of the programme below. This edition covered a wide-range of topics including how to handle big data, how resource assessment can contribute to minimising the cost of energy or how to reduce uncertainty in modelling wakes. We also held a special session with investors for exclusive insights on resource assessment.

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Wind Turbine Sound 2016 – 3rd edition

17 & 18 November 2016, Gdansk, Poland


The programme featured five sessions covering:

As in 2014, the different sessions also included a specific look at amplitude modulation (AM/OAM), low-frequency sounds (LFS), sound levels and Tones.

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Analysis of Operating Wind Farms 2016 – 3rd edition

14 & 15 April 2016, Bilbao, Spain

The 2016 edition focussed on big data and innovative approaches to boost performance and optimise O&M strategies.

The five sessions covered strategies to extract value from big data, understanding failures and detecting faults, using data for advanced performance modelling, reporting and analysis from operating assets, as well as innovative approaches to operations optimisation, life-extension and decommissioning.

During the extended networking breaks, participants were also able to view 37 posters and meet their authors.

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