Welcome to DEWEK 2015

From 19 to 20 May 2015, organizer DEWI welcomes the wind industry for the 12th biennial German Wind Energy Conference DEWEK in Bremen. With 100 lectures in 20 sessions and a panel discussion about EEG 3.0, plus poster presentations and an accompanying Exhibition, DEWEK 2015 is one of the wind industry’s most important forums focusing on science and technology developments. During the opening session Dr. Georg Menzen (Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy) and Mr. Olaf Lies (Minister for Economic Affairs, Labor and Transport of Federal State Lower Saxony) will address the audience.

DEWEK 2015 offers two days of cutting-edge research results and expert presentations – two days which no wind industry professional can afford to miss. Additional attractions include the traditional conference dinner with live music in the historic town hall of Bremen that offers an informal and pleasant exchange for all participants. Furthermore, there will be a technical excursion the day after the conference.

Conference topics will focus on the latest scientific developments and address current wind industry challenges, particularly as technical optimization becomes ever more important for increasing the economic efficiency, reliability and durability of wind farms.

Patron DEWEK 2015


Sigmar Gabriel

Federal Minister for
Economic Affairs and Energy

 
Panel Discussion
EEG 3.0 – Tendering System

Opens internal link in current windowSession 7, 19.05.2015

Moderator: Andreas Neumann, Radio Bremen

Panelists:

  • Stefan Wenzel, Minister for the Environment, Energy and Climate Protection, Lower-Saxony
  • Juarez Castrillon Lopes, EPE
  • Thorsten Falk, BMWi
  • Hermann Albers, BWE
  • Dr. Klaus Meier, WPD
  • Holger Meents, Bremer Landesbank
  • Dr. Jörg Buddenberg, EWE

 

 

Venue

Congress Centrum Bremen
Theodor-Heuss-Allee
28215 Bremen, Germany

 

 
 

 
 

Conference Registration

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