Dias 8 e 9 de Dezembro, realiza-se a conferência internacional Wind Power Turkey 2009, organizada pela Turkish Wind Energy Association (TWEA).

There is huge growth potential for wind power in Turkey and Southeast Europe (SEE). This key regional event will examine the current and future wind power markets in Turkey and the SEE region, with in depth analysis and country case studies.

* Turkey is the 6th largest electricity market in Europe and one of the fastest growing globally. The Turkish government and authorities have made a strong push for increased electricity production from renewable sources and are increasingly promoting wind power to bolster the country’s power supply
* Turkey is the emerging market destination for wind power investments and is also a rapidly growing economy
* This potential room for investment and development appears to be huge and growing, as new wind energy projects, and ideal conditions to harness wind energy are helping Turkey pioneer this sustainable form of energy.
* Amongst the top five fastest growing wind markets, Turkey and Hungary are on the list

Steve Sawyer, Secretary General for the GWEC, said he expects to see a boom in Turkey before the other emerging markets in Europe. The country's rapidly-growing economy, tremendous wind resources and a government that's greening up to enhance its bid to join the European Union, has contributed to the speedy growth of wind power in Turkey, he said.

Green Power Conferences and the Turkish Wind Energy Association have collaborated to bring together key players in the wind industry, who are driving the development of wind power generation in Turkey and SEE.

Green Power Conferences events stand out for the unparalleled number of operators, utilities, government and regulatory bodies we attract and the level of detail and knowledge reflected in our event programs.
Network with key industry decision makers

Here’s who you’ll meet :

* Energy and utility companies
* Wind farm owners/operators
* Wind project developers
* Government and regulatory bodies
* Wind power integrators and installers
* Wind technology developers and manufacturers - wind turbine manufacturers, wind component manufacturers
* Transmission system operators, planners, and reliability authorities
* Finance sector – finance directors and venture capitalists
* Risk management companies
* Wind power technology research and development companies
* Law firms and industry consultants
* Energy analysts, environmental, engineering consultants and industry press