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Wind Energy Operations Maintenance Forum

Start Date:26 Jan 11 End Date:27 Jan 11

Major government commissions for both onshore and offshore projects across Europe have given a clear indication that the wind industry can now become a driving force in supplying the continent with reliable, efficient and green energy. However, it is clear that the industry still has lessons to learn, namely how both operators and manufacturers can work together to guarantee maximum output with minimum interruptions in the future.

It is therefore a necessity for wind experts to address issues such as failure, operational costs and turbine downtime, as a way of proving that wind energy can be the perfect alternative source of energy for Europe by 2050.

Berlin stages the launch of Energy IQ’s Wind Operations and Maintenance Forum, which will offer a unique opportunity to meet the world’s leading experts in the field, to gain insights into new projects undertaken by Europe’s leading companies for 2010 and beyond and to learn from experts in fields that are essential to wind expansion.

For more information, please send an enquiry.

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