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21st Wind Fair Symposium at the Hotel Hafen Hamburg - Networking and knowledge transfer

The 21st Wind Fair Symposium will take place on Tuesday, 23 April 2024, as usual in the Elbkuppel of the Hotel Hafen Hamburg.

This prestigious event brings together leading experts from the wind energy industry to discuss the latest trends, technologies and challenges.
The range of topics includes

  1. Market development, framework conditions, strategies
  2. Onshore/offshore - construction, service, operation
  3. New technologies, methods, results
  4. Research/development: prototypes and ideas

The symposium offers a varied programme of presentations with renowned speakers, in-depth insights into innovative solutions and an outlook on future-oriented projects. A total of 16 15-minute presentations are planned and the conference language is German. To the programme

Take the opportunity to find out about the latest developments and innovations in the field of wind energy. Following the presentations, the get-together offers the opportunity to exchange ideas with industry colleagues and make new contacts. The Elbkuppel is the perfect location for inspiring discussions with a view over Hamburg harbour.

Don't miss the chance to be part of this influential industry gathering.

Register now! With the voucher code WM2024 you will receive a discount of 100,- €

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We look forward to your participation and an exciting exchange!

What: 21st Wind Fair Symposium
When: Tue. 23.04.2024
Where: Hotel Hafen Hamburg, Seewartenstraße 9, Hamburg
Near Landungsbrücken (U3)



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