27-30 September 2022
AWEurope and members will showcase our sector at the biggest gathering of the wind industry.
Hall B7 stand B7.425!
28 September 2022
10:00 – 16:00 CEST
Hamburg Messe Hall 7 Room B7.1 (first floor)
Messeplatz 1, DE-20357 Hamburg
About this event
20 September 2022
The first Airborne Wind Energy (AWE) systems are now commercially available. The webinar focussed on the benefits of this innovative technology, its future cost developments, deployment potential and the sector’s imminent needs regarding policy and regulation. Almost 90 representatives from different institutions and several countries attended the webinar.
The White Paper is directed to policy makers, utilities and wind project developers.
White Paper (2 MB)
14-16 September 2022
AWEurope has participated in the 7th edition of UNVEX, the tradeshow on drones and unmanned aviation systems with an own booth. Moreover, Kristian Petrick presented AWE in the technology session, and Agustín Arjonilla from AWEurope member CT Ingenieros had a talk in a commercial session.
22-24 June 2022
The 9th International Airborne Wind Energy Conference (AWEC 2021) will be held from 22-24 June 2022 at the Politecnico Milano, Milan.
Webinar , 24 May 2022 with 22 attendees
Airborne Wind Europe
May 25-28, 2021
Webinar Spain, 14 April 2021 with 25 attendees
Airborne Wind Europe, Universidad Carlos III de Madrid
Airborne Wind Europe will attent the WindEnrgy Hamburg Digital Event
December 01-04, 2020
New concept for world’s leading wind industry gathering
Starts: Sep 23, 2020 1:30 PM (CET)
Ends: Sep 24, 2020 5:45 PM (CEWindEnergy Hamburg 2020
Associated with TEM#102 https://community.ieawind.org/tem102/home
KEY INFORMATION ON TEM#102
For more detailed information please read the Introductory Note here.
July 12-17, 2020
Every three years the international automatic control community meets to exchange and discuss the newest research ﬁndings in the broad ﬁeld of systems, control and automation.
Wind Energy Science Conference 2019, Cork, Ireland
16 to 20 June 2019
The vision for WESC is to provide a multi-disciplinary open forum for discussion where delegates can explore the latest developments in wind energy science, spot emerging trends and identify future collaborators.
The latest developments of Airborne Wind Energy will be discussed in a multi-disciplinary session at Mini-symposium: Airborne Wind Energy with Dr. Roland Schmehl, TU Delft.
Airborne Wind Europe and its members took the opportunity to present Airborne Wind Energy at the world’s largest wind fair and conference, WinEnergy Hamburg fair in September 2018 to the wind energy industry.
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