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The European Technology and Innovation Platform on Wind Energy (ETIPWind) connects Europe’s wind energy community. Key stakeholders in the platform involve the wind energy industry, political stakeholders and research institutions.

The scope of ETIPWind is to create a virtual and physical platform via which the wind energy community can communicate, coordinate and collaborate its work and activities related to research, innovation and technology. The ambition is to define and agree on concrete research and innovation (R&I) priorities and communicate these to the European institutions and other decision making bodies in order to support the ambition of reaching the RES targets for 2020.

Thus, the purpose of the activities carried out is to enable ETIPWind to perform its advisory activities to policy makers in a systematic and coordinated way, which facilitates collaboration transparency and share information with all stakeholders of the wind energy community and policy makers.

ETIPWind is a reorganisation of the former European Technology Platform on Wind (TPWind) that ceased operation in 2014.

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ETIPWind advising EC on the next H2020 Strategic Programme

18 November 2016

After the success of communicating the wind industry's main R&I focus areas in the Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda the industry has now been asked by the Commission to advise more concretely on topics that could fit into the H2020 Strategic Work programme for 2018-2020.

Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda launched

27 September 2016

Today a united wind energy community handed over its Strategic Research and Innovation Agenda (SRIA) to the Vice President of the European Commission Maroš Šefčovič. The SRIA names the priority areas for research and innovation (R&I) in order to help Europe maintain its global leadership on wind energy.

Upcoming events

Workshop

Hamburg

Workshop on how to maintain Europe as global leader in wind energy through research and innovation

29
SEP

Release

Hamburg

Release of the Strategic Research Agenda 2016