September 25 - 28, 2018 | Hamburg, Germany
WindEnergy Hamburg is teaming up with the leading wind energy conference WindEurope Summit. The two events will run in parallel in Hamburg – the European Wind Capital. At WindEnergy Hamburg, more than 1,200 exhibitors will present their products and services in nine exhibition halls, which provide a total of more than 65,000 square metres of exhibition space. The event will act as a unique meeting point and bring together the major players in the wind industry and related sectors – as well as completely new partners in an ever-evolving market.
October 9 - 11, 2018 | Houston, TX
The annual Renewable Energy Markets conference convenes a broad spectrum of industry professionals who are rapidly transforming the global clean energy marketplace. The event brings corporate leaders, policymakers, and suppliers together to collaborate and guide the rapidly expanding market. Attendees explore emerging trends in policy, exchange best practices in renewable energy procurement and marketing, review the latest technology and market innovations, and help shape the future for renewable energy.
October 23 - 25 , 2018 | Estherville, IA
This technical conference targets those individuals who operate, maintain and repair wind turbines and those in a direct supervisory role or managerial role. These participants are expert end users of products and services which are employed in the wind industry. The event provides a great opportunity to gain “field perspectives” on needs and use cases of tools and equipment for operating and maintaining wind turbines. The conference is held at one of the premier technician training facilities, Iowa Lakes Community College.
November 8, 2018 | San Francisco, CA
ACORE’s Renewable Energy Grid Forum convenes senior renewable energy executives, experts in the storage and technology sectors, system operators, financiers and corporate purchasers to maximize the use and integration of renewable energy in our nation’s power markets. Attendees will assess and advance efforts to promote a modernized grid that values flexibility, competition, reliability and resilience, as the U.S. increasingly fuels its economic growth with renewable power.