We regret to have to inform everyone that due to scheduling conflicts with official meetings which came up due to recent international developments the conference hosts have made the difficult decision to change the dates of the conference to later in 2023. At this time, the new dates are still being worked out, however, we wanted to advise you as soon as possible to ensure that it does not interfere with any travel plans you may be making.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause, however, rest assured that we will use the additional time to add to the high level programme to also reflect upon latest developments that have occurred in 2023 – WWEC2023 will be even more the focal point for the latest renewable energy advancements in 2023.
Two Keynote Speakers have now been announced as part of the WWEC2023 Program!
Australia’s island State, Tasmania, has over a century of experience with hydropower. Its grid demonstrates wind and hydro working synergistically with high-voltage direct current interconnection. Its Roaring 40s latitude justifies investment in wind power resources and expertise. Tasmania’s 200% renewable energy target will enable development of some of the world’s best onshore and offshore wind resources.
WWEC2023 recognises that an understanding of the integration of wind energy with other renewable sources is vital to wind energy’s future.