For the fourth time, WWEA, in cooperation with New Energy Husum, will hold the World Summit for Small Wind WSSW2013, from 21-22 March 2013.
The WSSW2013 takes place on the occasion of the New Energy Fair Husum, the international trade fair for small wind and decentralized renewable energy.
An International Advisory Committee comprising experts from Australia, China, Ethiopia, Germany, and Mexico put together a high-quality programme with leading small wind experts from around the world: Speakers from Austria, Bangladesh, China, Denmark, Ethiopia, Germany, India, Korea, Poland, Sweden, Turkey, and USA will present latest achievements and challenges of the small wind sector. Also the International Renewable Energy Agency IRENA will present its activities in the field of small wind turbines.
The first day of the WSSW2013 will be dedicated to standards and certification, one of the most challenging topics for the small wind industry. The presentations will cover the current status of small wind certification and will be followed by an interactive panel discussion. The first day will also deal with technology and industrial strategies as well as hybrid systems.
On the second day, speakers will present the most important markets for small wind and discuss the related policies and regulations which enable the rapid growth of the small wind sector. Presentations will cover markets in industrialized as well as in developing and emerging countries, for grid-connected as well as for off grid applications. The second day will also conclude with a panel discussion which will involve the audience.