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Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture Conference Announced

May 3, 2010
Topics addressed include blade production (from design through materials and processing), weathering, and testing.

The wind energy market is predicted to grow at dramatic rates, particularly offshore with the opening up of new areas, for example by the British Crown Estates. Wind turbine manufacture is a global business and production is commonly located close to the end-use sites, involving new factories for new market development. Vestas (Denmark) is currently the biggest global manufacturer of large wind turbines; other leading players include Goldwind and Sinovel (China); Enercon, REPower, Nordex and Siemens (Germany); Suzlon (India); Gamesa and Acciona (Spain); GE Energy and Clipper Windpower (USA).

 

Applied Market Information Ltd. (AMI) is organizing a global conference on Wind Turbine Blade Manufacture, to be held December 7-9 at the Maritim Hotel, Dusseldorf, Germany. Topics addressed include blade production (from design through materials and processing), weathering, and testing. 

For more information, visit http://www.amiconferences.com.