WindTV: WindEurope Brings The Latest In Wind Energy To A Screen Near You

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From 1-4 December WindEurope is rolling out its brand-new WindTV format. It is replacing WindEurope’s annual conference as an integral part of WindEnergy Hamburg. WindTV is an innovative event concept. Like the traditional TV programmes we are used to, WindTV offers documentaries, news, interviews, TED talk format and entertaining content – all designed to bring you the latest on wind energy and its role in a green energy system.

“WindEurope’s live WindTV stream will include the annual WindEurope conference and a whole load of other features – videos, interviews, entertainment. There’ll be top speakers from industry, government, finance and technology – and from other walks of life including music and sport. All in a range of different formats. It’s absolutely not your usual Zoom webinars!”, explains Giles Dickson, WindEurope CEO.

The list of speakers includes European Commissioner for Energy, Kadri Simson, IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol, the Energy Ministers of Germany, UK, Denmark, Poland and Belgium as well as CEOs from leading industry players, such as Tennet, BASF, RWE Renewables, MHI Vestas or Vattenfall.
More information on WindTV and speakers

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WindTV comes in two streams: a paid and an open stream. Journalists are granted free access to the whole WindTV programme. Once played on the day, it will be available on-demand. Missed an episode? Want to revisit some important industry news? No problem. With your WindTV access you can watch these parts wherever and whenever you want.

WindTV will cover a wide range of topics, from the development of global wind markets and challenges related to permitting procedures and community engagement, to hydrogen from wind power, to technologies, digitalisation, electrification and system integration. The days have specific themes with Day 2 focusing on technology, Day 3 on offshore wind and Day 4 on Europe’s wind energy supply chain.

WindTV is produced jointly by WindEurope, GWEC and Hamburg Messe und Congress and will also include news and reports on the latest developments in business, policy-making and technology: daily Live Business News, GWEC Global Wind Briefs, Exhibitor Talks, VDMA Industry Talks, and latest industry insights from the virtual exhibition floor.

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