How to maintain Europe’s global leadership in wind energy

Tuesday 27 September 2016,

WindEurope Summit 2016, Hamburg, Germany

 

Scope: How to maintain Europe’s global leadership in wind energy

 

Report with conclusions from the workshop

Frontpage d.3.2

Pictures

The digital economy and wind

wind-ind-a-digitalised-world

Programme

14:30

 

The digital economy and Wind 

This session will look at the digitisation of the wind energy sector and ask the following questions: What are the challenges and bottlenecks? Which success stories look promising? What can be learned from other, more advanced, industries? Where should R&I efforts focus and in which area should the collaboration be encouraged?

 

Thomas Pump

E.ON Climate and Renewables, Germany
[email protected] HOW TO HARVEST THE FULL POTENTIAL?

 

Peter Thorsted

Envision Energy, Denmark
TOWARDS AN ENERGY INTERNET: WHAT IS COMING?

 

Ward Thomas

Sentient Science, United States
USING COMPUTATIONAL PROGNOSTICS TO EXTEND MACHINE LIFE

 

Tom Richardson

University of Bristol, United Kingdom
AUTONOMOUS DRONES & PERSPECTIVES FROM THE AEROSPACE INDUSTRY

16:00

 

 

 Networking break & poster viewing

17:00

 

 

 

Making the most of EU R&D spending

This session will provide participants with an overview of the challenges ahead for the wind industry in Europe, and present the R&I EU funding opportunities, with concrete examples of successful initiatives.

 

Charles Dugue

8.2 Consulting AG, Germany
WIND TECHNOLOGY: AN R&I PERSPECTIVE

 

 

Matthijs Soede

DG RTD — Directorate-General for Research and Innovation, European Commission,
OVERVIEW OF EXISTING FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES IN EUROPE

 

                                                 

Stephan Wachtel

GE Power & Water, Germany
RESERVICES – A PAN EUROPEAN RESEARCH PROJECT SUCCESS STORY

 

 

Gustavo Quiñonez Varela

ACCIONA S.A., Spain
TOWARDS GRID SUPPORT SERVICES: THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF RESERVICES

18:30

 

 

 

Drinks and networking