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2. International conference on small and medium Wind Energy in Denmark

2. international conference on small and medium wind energy with participants from several countries, all with interest in renewable energy.
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22 October 2019

In Week 41 Nordic Folkecenter in Hurup, Denmark was setting the framework for the 2. international conference on small and medium wind energy with participants from several countries, all with interest in renewable energy.

The conference was hosted by Nordic Folkecenter for Renewable Energy and the Danish Association for Small and Medium Wind Energy and had international experts giving presentations on potentials, opportunities, and threats for the industry of small and medium wind energy. The focus was mainly on off-grid and stand-alone systems in the arctic area and other rural areas and the challenges this may hold.

The aim of the conference was to develop new policies to support the gro

wth of the industry for Small and Medium Wind Energy.

CEO Ulrich Høgenhaven from Viking Wind, who is vice chairman of the Danish Association for Small- and Medium Wind was among the multiple speakers. He was there to share Viking Wind’s experience in setting up a turbine in Greenland including the challenges and the precautions met when setting up a small wind turbine in the Arctic area.

The end of the week-long conference included two excursions: one to the Small Wind Test Center in Hundborg and the other to the Danish National Test center for large wind turbines in Østerild.

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