WindEnergy Hamburg 2018
Kitepower testifies the great potential of airborne wind energy.
Hamburg Messe Und Congress, Messeplatz 1 - 20357 Hamburg, Germany.
Airborne Wind Europe at WindEnergy Hamburg 2018
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About The Event
Technological and market innovations are transforming the capacities and ambitions of the wind industry. But new frontiers bring new opportunities and challenges – it is essential for all stakeholders to be up to date with the rapid changes facing our industry.
Everywhere we look today, wind energy is breaking new ground.
At the WindEurope 2018 Conference, more than 50 conference sessions and 500 speakers and presenters will put attendees at the forefront of every aspect of the wind industry in 2018. Each day of the WindEurope 2018 Conference programme will be organised around a distinct theme, highlighting the different ways in which wind energy is breaking new ground today.
Join us at WindEnergy Hamburg 2018 from 25-28 September 2018. You can find us at the Airborne Wind Europe booth in Hall 7B (booth number 322). You will be able to see prototypes of our member companies and be able to discuss the newest development with us and representatives of our members present during the fair.
Kitepower & AWE Forum @ Hamburg Wind
Kitepower will present its newest developments together with other companies in the airborne wind energy industry such as Ampyx Power, Kitemill, Skysails Power, KPS, EnerKite and Twingtec.
26/09; 12:25 – 12:40
Conference Room B7.1 in Hall B7 – Hamburg Fair
→ Kitepower CEO, Johannes Peschel, will present the company’s latest developments and road-map.
Participation is free of charge. Confirm your attendance via email
WindEurope 2018 Conference at the Global Wind Summit
Session: Turbine technology; New approaches to drivetrains, yaw, converters, cables …and airborne
Title: Airborne Wind Energy – Could flying wind turbines become reality?
When: Wednesday, 26 September 2018, 15:00 – 16:15
Where: Room: Brussels
Text courtesy from www.windeurope.org