Copenhagen hosts the world's largest wind event  

EWEA 2012

2012.04.02

In two weeks, the world’s largest wind energy event - EWEA 2012 - takes off in Denmark – a world leader in wind energy.

More than 10.000 business leaders, experts and media within wind energy are getting ready to gather in Copenhagen, as EWEA 2012 takes place from 16-19 April.

EWEA, The European Wind Energy Association, is the voice of the wind industry, actively promoting the utilisation of wind power in Europe and worldwide.

Danish Prime Minister and Chair of the EU's rotating Presidency Helle Thorning-Schmidt will attend the opening session 16 April, as will Crown Prince Frederik and European Energy Commissioner Gunther Oettinger, while Danish Energy Minister Martin Lidegaard will chair a panel discussion on European energy supply towards 2030. On the same day, Denmark’s Minister for Trade and Investment Pia Olsen Dyhr will host an investor seminar.

It is no coincidence that this year’s EWEA takes place in Denmark. The Danish government has just launched what has been named the world’s most ambitious energy agreement where usage of wind power plays an essential role. In 2020, half of the electricity consumption will come from wind power.

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