World wind energy event to examine technology and R&D

January 21, 2002

Brussels, 18 January 2002

The 2002 World Wind Energy conference and exhibition will take place in Berlin, Germany, from 2 to 6 July 2002.

Wind energy is increasingly recognised as one of the leading options for sustainable development throughout Europe and the world. Europe currently leads the global market in wind energy, with Germany the world's leading producer of wind power.

The conference programme will include a focus on global markets and policies, lectures on the state of the art in wind energy, and targeted international workshops. Technology development and research and development activities will also be examined.

For further information, please contact:

Sylvenstrasse 2
Tel: +49-89-7201235
Fax: +49-89-7201291

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2001

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