Log in


Seminar of the Thematic Working Group "Maritime Spatial Planning" in Klaipeda (Lithuania)
22 November 2017

Coastal Research and Planning Institute (CORPI) will organise the 2nd seminar of the Thematic Working Group "Maritime Spatial Planning"to discuss the aspects of maritime spatial planning related to offshore grid locations and corridors in the Baltic Sea.

More information »
Best Paths: "Innovating grid technologies for sustainable energy" in Madrid (Spain)
22 November 2017

The EU-funded Best Paths project aims to develop novel network technologies to increase pan-European transmission network capacity and electricity system flexibility and seeks to validate the technical feasibility, costs, impacts and benefits of the tested grid technologies through five large-scale demonstrations. Join Best Paths’ experts in Madrid, Spain on 22nd November 2017 for the workshop to share experiences and learn more about the latest developments in the state-of-the-art technologies for electricity grids. Industry professionals, policy stakeholders, renewables sector actors, and citizens can engage in dialogue on innovative network technologies that will allow to anticipate the future transmission network development needs in line with the long term decarbonisation goals set at European level.


IEA WIND TCP: Impacts of Wind Turbine Technology on the System Value of Wind in Europe in Lyngby (Denmark)
22 November 2017

On the 22nd of November, intrested parties are invited to participate at the launch event of the new report from International Energy Agency Wind Technology Collaboration Programme (IEA Wind TCP): Impacts of Wind Turbine Technology on the System Value of Wind in Europe

On this full-day event hosted by DTU participants will have the chance to hear about the study carried out by IEA Wind TCP Task 26 - Cost of Wind Energy group, as well as other speakers discussing the topics of market value of wind, the cost status and perspective and the future challenges for onshore wind power.


WindEurope Conference & Exhibition 2017 in Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
28 - 30 November 2017

This years WindEurope Conference & Exhibition will take place at the Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre.


Seminar of the Thematic Working Groups "Market & Supply Chain" and "Technology & Grid Design" in Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
29 November 2017

The Rostock Business and Technology Development Agency and the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) will organise a combined seminar of the Thematic Working Group "Market & Supply Chain" and "Technology & Grid Design" alongside the WindEurope Conference and Exhibition in Amsterdam (The Netherlands).

More information »
ENTSO-E Annual Conference 2017 in Brussels (Belgium)
05 - 06 December 2017

The ENTSO-E annual conference seeks to create a platform for all relevant transmission system operator (TSO) actors, in order to discuss current political and economic challenges for the industry.


10 years GCEL: The North Sea as a Source of Sustainable Energy and Law in The Hague (The Netherlands)
08 December 2017

The University of Groningen is celebrating the 10 years’ anniversary of the Groningen Centre of Energy Law (GCEL) with a conference in The Hague titled "North Sea as a Source of Sustainable Energy and Law". At the conference topics such as "Offshore System Integration" or "Wind meets Interconnection" will be discussed by a variety of different speakers from the GCEL and other organisations.


WINDFORCE Baltic Sea in Gothenburg (Sweden)
07 - 08 February 2018

WINDFORCE Baltic Sea offers a unique focus on the challenges in the Baltic Sea. The two day conference targets on experiences and questions concerning offshore wind energy in the Baltic Sea. The conference will be continued annually, every year in another country of the Baltic Sea.


Grids meet Renewables – Conference and Best Practice Fair in Brussels (Belgium)
20 February 2018

The energy sector is currently undergoing a grand transition, one that will most likely have a significant impact on citizens, consumers, industry and the environment. The transformation needs a joint concept of the future energy landscape, shared by a variety of actors – including the renewables and grid industries – to meet societal expectations and technological requirements. Th WindEurope event “Grids meet Renewables” will provide space for an open dialogue between these actors, deep diving on the key challenges and potential solution and current best practices implemented by industry and civil society.


Baltic Energy Industry Forum 2018 in Warsaw (Poland)
28 - 01 March 2018

The Baltic Energy Industry Forum 2018 will take place in Warsaw and it will be your chance to see and discuss the future and potential of the Polish offshore energy sector and of the entire Baltic Sea Region. The following areas will be covered at the conference:

  • economic potential of offshore wind energy in the southern Baltic region
  • possible scenarios for offshore wind development on the Baltic Sea
  • international partnerships in supply chain operations
  • systemic solutions that promote investment in the Polish offshore energy sector
  • spatial, environmental, social and economic conditions for building cross-border transmission capacity in the southern Baltic region


Baltic Sea Future 2018 in Stockholm (Sweden)
06 - 07 March 2018

The environmental and societal challenges in the Baltic Sea region are numerous and the work for a sustainable development needs to speed up quickly. The Baltic Sea Future 2018 Congress in Stockholm seeks to bring together all relevant actors of the Baltic Sea and to promote a  sustainable, prospering and internationally competitive region.


DPSP 2018 - The 14th International Conference on Developments in Power System Protection in Belfast (United Kingdom)
12 - 15 March 2018

DPSP is the only bespoke conference and forum in the UK for industry experts, academics and business leaders to meet, publish results and share knowledge in the power system protection and control systems sector. The widely acclaimed and well recognised conference attracts international audiences of over 250 delegates from more than 30 countries. DPSP is superbly placed in the industry to bring together academics, consultants and engineers involved in the application, ownership, management, design and development of system protection and control systems.


WINDFORCE Conference in Bremen (Germany)
15 - 17 May 2018

The WINDFORCE Conference has become the central meeting place for the offshore wind industry in Germany during its more than a decade history. The WINDFORCE Dinner, will offer participants the opportunity to enjoy the company of old and new business associates in a pleasant atmosphere.


PSCC 2018 - 20th Power Systems Computation Conference in Dublin (Ireland)
11 - 15 June 2018

The Power Systems Computation Conference (PSCC) has become one of the most outstanding events in the area. PSCC addresses theoretical developments and computational aspects with respect to power system applications from micro-grids to mega-grids. There is an emphasis on modelling and simulation for understanding a system of components, plant or actors, the interactions between them and their collective behaviour, and methods to inform decision-making in power systems.


Global Offshore Wind 2018 in Manchester (United Kingdom)
19 - 20 June 2018

In 2018 RenewableUK presents the association’s 17th annual offshore wind energy conference and exhibition. Taking place over two days, 19-20 June in Manchester, RenewableUK welcomes the global industry to the heart of the UK – all in one place at one time.


CIGRE Technical Exhibition 2018 in Paris (France)
26 - 31 August 2018

The week-long CIGRE Technical Exhibition 2018 offers the opportunity to all visitors, including delegates, to discover new services, tools, equipment and materials as well as the most advanced technologies in the field of power systems.


WindEnergy Hamburg 2018 in Hamburg (Germany)
25 - 28 September 2018

The world’s leading expo for wind energy, WindEnergy Hamburg, will provide a comprehensive overview of the current status and future prospects of the sector – along the entire value chain of the international wind industry, onshore and offshore. It will take place on the grounds of the Hamburg Messe exhibition center.