Bonn, 23 September 2015 (WWEA) -The Husum Wind Fair, the traditional meeting place for the wind industry, has welcomed an international distinguished group of panelist to explore the status and new developments on community power and small and medium sized companies (SMEs) in Germany, Europe and worldwide. Together with the audience, the panelists discussed the challenges which SMEs and community based investors like energy cooperatives are facing today and the role they will play in the changing business landscape.
The symposium called “Trends in Community Power – the Future Role of SMEs and Energy Cooperatives” was held in the Nordsee Congress Center on 15 September 2015. It was hosted by the World Wind Energy Association WWEA in cooperation with the German Wind Energy Association BWE, the European federation of groups and cooperatives of citizens for renewable energy REScoop and the Global 100% Renewable Energy campaign go100re.net
Community wind in Germany and Europe: Challenges and Prospects
Community Wind Power Tender System As A Game Changer 1.1 MiB by: Tom Lange - BWE What Have We Achieved In Schleswig- Holstein And What Are Our Future Challenges 1.6 MiB by: Henning Holst - ARGE Netz Power To The People Energy Transition To Energy Democracy In Europe 1.4 MiB by: Dirk Vansintjan - REScoop Community Wind In Denmark Challenges And Prospects 287.9 KiB by: M. V. Petersen - Danish SWT asso. /WWEA
International progress in Community Wind
100% RE A Global Movement 1.8 MiB by: Anna Leidreiter - Go 100% RE/WFC Sharing The Wind In Canada 598.8 KiB by: Christine Koenig - OSEA Progress Of Community Wind In Japan 3.3 MiB by: Shota Furuya - ISEP Importance Of Small & Medium Enterprises In India 486.5 KiB by: Jami Hossain - WinDForce/WWEA Avenues For Community Wind In Developing Countries 810.5 KiB by: Carlo Schick - WWEA Community Ownership In Off-Grid Hybrid Applications In West Africa 93.4 KiB by: Nopenyo Dabla - WWEA
New policies – new business models?
Why The Next Five Years Belongs To Distributed Wind 2.2 MiB by: Brett Pingree - Endurance Wind Power FWT – Small But Powerful 1.9 MiB by: Henning Zint - FWT energy GmbH Wind As A Product Changing Today’s Energy Supplier Into Tomorrow’s 1.6 MiB by: Kevin Hayward - Clean Energy Sourcing AG Ideas To Facilitate The Structuring And Due Diligence Process For Energy Cooperatives 261.4 KiB by: Tobias Natt, WWEA LWG