ROMEO will have a leading role at Wind Europe Offshore Conference in Copenhagen

||ROMEO will have a leading role at Wind Europe Offshore Conference in Copenhagen

ROMEO will have a leading role at Wind Europe Offshore Conference in Copenhagen

30/July/2019                      

The European project will have a significant presence at the event, that will be hold in the Danish capital in November

Denmark is the leader in wind energy penetration, with wind energy producing enough electricity to cover 44% of its domestic consumption last year. This fact makes the northern European country the perfect spot to hold the next Wind Europe Offshore Conference, that will take place in Copenhagen between the 26th and 28th of November this year.

The flagship European project ROMEO, backed by the Horizon 2020 programme of the European Commission, will be present at this important event and the representatives of this initiative will have a leading role during the conference where industry leaders and respected specialists will discuss the main trends in offshore wind, exchange scientific points of view, analyse technological achievements and review economic perspectives.

The conference will include a gallery of technical posters and several exhibition halls housing the entire value chain. It will also include networking and social events in order to enhance links between stakeholders.

ROMEO’s presence at the conference is part of the project commitment with the reinforcement of the links with the main European actors in the field of wind and renewable energy. In the last ROMEO’s General Assembly, celebrated in Austria last June, the initiative consortium underlined the relevance of interacting with other stakeholders through participation in major events.

This year ROMEO Project has been successfully showcased during different events such as the Wind Europe Conference and Exhibition that took place last April in Bilbao (Spain) and the REMS Annual Conference “Optimisation of Offshore Wind Structures”, organized by the University of Strathclyde.

2019-07-30T13:55:06+00:00

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