More information about WWEC2023 can be found on the WWEC2023 website: www.worldwind.events
All abstracts should be written in English, be concise and clearly state results, objectives or key components of the paper – as well as the topic to which it belongs. They should not exceed 500 words and should contain a list of key words. Abstracts should be submitted before 15 February 2023 online on www.worldwind.events
Please choose one of the presentation types: Oral presentation/Poster presentation
EXTENDED deadline for call for abstract: 15 February 2023
Deadline for notification of abstract acceptance: 28 February 2023
Deadline for paper submission and registration of authors: 15 March 2023
Abstracts should be submitted before 15 February 2023 online: https://worldwind.events/abstract-submission/
The main theme of WWEC2023 is “Symphony of the Renewables” referring to the manifold synergies of a combination of wind power and other renewable energies, such as hydro, solar, geothermal, ocean, bioenergy and storage technologies such as hydrogen – ultimately for a 100% renewable energy supply.
WWEC2023 will in particular take the socioeconomic dimensions of renewable energy into account: all sectors of society need to be mobilised, from governments, citizens and communities, businesses, science and academia, civil society etc. Local ownership and community engagement models will be discussed which will help to ensure, by sharing benefits, that there is strong social support of the energy transformation.
Tasmania as the Host: 200% Renewable Energy
The hosting state Tasmania is an excellent location for WWEC2023, as Tasmania has not only applied a broad variety of renewable energy technologies, including some of the world’s top wind sites. Tasmania already achieved 100% renewable energy self sufficiency and has also adopted a 200% renewable energy target, aiming at sharing its renewable energy abundance with other states and countries.
Wind and renewable energy experts from around the world, Australia, Oceania, and the broader Asia-Pacific region will gather in Hobart to discuss how to deploy wind power and other renewables in order to achieve a 100% renewable energy future – or even beyond that. Technical, economic and political conditions will be discussed that need to be available for such a future.
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)
in association with Leishman Associates