Wind Denmark is a Danish trade and network organization representing 3,100 members in the wind turbine sector, counting wind turbine owners and the wind turbine industry.
Wind Denmark is the premier mouthpiece for the wind sector in Denmark, promoting members’ interests as well as delivering policy guidance and technical advisory. Our members represent the entire value chain:
An American delegation on around 20 people are visiting Denmark to seek inspiration in the Danish wind industry. The delegation will be visiting WIND ENERGY DENMARK to get close to, and learn from, the companies of the Danish wind industry as well as getting an insight in what occupies the Danish wind industry now and in the future.
When a company – whether big or small – embarks on new technology development projects in wind energy, there are five central questions that must be asked to ensure that the project is driving forward the industry and supporting viable technology development. That is the clear message in a coming report from Megavind, Denmark’s national innovation platform for wind energy, which is due in October.
On 30-31 October 2018, WIND ENERGY DENMARK will once again gather the Danish and international wind industry to discuss, showcase, and drive forward the technology development that has turned Denmark into a true powerhouse of wind energy. Join in at the largest and most significant wind energy event in Denmark, where industry meets research, onshore meets offshore, and present meets future.
Anders Vedel, CTO of Vestas Wind Systems, is keynote speaker at this year’s WIND ENERGY DENMARK that merges technology, science, and product development within the wind industry. Danish Wind Industry Association met him for a talk about some of the central challenges facing the industry today and in the coming years – and how he sees the potential for the Danish wind industry to stay ahead in the fierce, global competition.
With the APQP4Wind project it has been possible to formulate a joint approach that will strengthen the productions processes in the wind industry. The approach has quickly been adopted by several companies who have already worked it into their existing production processes. The willingness to adopt this new approach to quality planning shows both the need to streamline processes to bring down cost of energy and the potential for further steps towards a common framework for quality assurance.
In 2016, several key players from the wind industry have together with the research community defined the most central areas of strategic importance to the industry within research and development. This year’s WIND ENERGY DENMARK conference focuses on these exact priority areas, so the industry together can discuss and identify how to best tackle the challenges as well as how to realize business opportunities.
Bringing together the entire wind industry supply chain and research community, the ambition of WIND ENERGY DENMARK 2017 is to further strengthen the knowledge sharing and ultimately improve the competitiveness of the Danish wind industry.
Ole Bigum Nielsen is the Country Manager for Vattenfall in Denmark and one of the high-level keynote speakers at WIND ENERGY DENMARK Annual Event 2016. We asked him five quick questions to give you a small taste of what he is bringing to the stage on October 26-27.
This white paper takes you through all the elements of the success story of wind energy in Denmark. From the starting point and what we now consider small-scale wind turbines to the projects and technologies that push the bar and the ambitions for wind energy as a source of renewable energy. We hope you will be inspired.