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    WWEA Activities during WindEnergy Hamburg


    September 19, 2022 - Contify Energy News

     

      The world’s biggest wind industry fair, WindEnergy Hamburg (27-30 September 2022, Hamburg, Germany) is approaching and WWEA will be involved in several ways. WWEA will have a stand at the fair. It's team will be very happy to meet you at the WWEA Stand B1.OG 127.

      Original Press Release:

      Sept. 19 -- World Wind Energy Association issued the following news release:

      The world’s biggest wind industry fair, WindEnergy Hamburg (27-30 September 2022, Hamburg, Germany) is approaching and WWEA will be involved in several ways.

      WWEA will have a stand at the fair. Our team will be very happy to meet you at the WWEA Stand B1.OG 127. We will be happy to welcome you there and talk directly.

      For general information about the fair, please visit: https://www.windenergyhamburg.com/en/

      WWEA will host an event in collaboration with the Ukrainian Wind Energy Association and Global100RE:

      Renewables4Ukraine – Renewables4theWorld

      in collaboration with Ukrainian Wind Energy Association und Global100RE

      Wednesday, 28 September 2022, 14:40 – 15:40 h

      NEW HORIZONS STAGE in Hall B6

      The war against Ukraine is showing us the vulnerability of our societies, in particular originating from dependencies on fossil energy. The answer to this must be to invest much more and much rapidly in a renewable future. Wind power and renewable energy in general are key in making our societies and economies more resilient. In particular Ukraine needs now urgently support in order to provide electricity access in the areas devastated by the Russian army. Relief and post-war reconstruction of Ukraine should be based on renewables with wind energy at its core. But also all other countries are paying currently a high price and need to accelerate the pathway towards 100% renewable energy.

      Speakers from Ukraine, Turkey and the Netherlands will present different angels of the current energy crisis and what the response should be. As special guest, former ESC winner and Renewable Energy Ambassador Ruslana will call for renewable action.

      * Galyna Shmidt, Ukrainian Wind Energy Association

      * Frits Ogg, WWEA Small Wind, The Netherlands

      * Jami Hossain, WWEA Technical Chair, India

      * Tanay Sidki Uyar, Beykent University, President, EUROSOLAR Türkiye, WWEA Vice President, Turkey

      * Performance by Ruslana Lyzhychko, first ESC Winner from Ukraine, Global100RE Ambassador

      * Special address: Hans-Josef Fell, President Energy Watch Group

      * Moderator: Stefan Gsänger, WWEA

      It has become a tradition that the WWEA Legal Working Group will meet on the occasion of WindEnergy Hamburg. The meeting will take place on 29 September at our member’s offices, the law firm TaylorWessing, in the old harbour of Hamburg. Please send a message to secretariat@wwindea.org should you be interested in joining this meeting.

      Source: World Wind Energy Association

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