The CanWEA Conference has helped companies market themselves in the wind industry and continues to promote the advancement of Canadian green energy. Their mission has thus far been very successful as the Canadian wind energy sector blossomed in the last decade. CanWEA is looking forward to 2014 as a record-setting year for new developments in the industry and an increase in international attendance at the event.
Have you already registered as an exhibitor?
Booth booked? Contact one of our conference representatives:
Walter Willet at [email protected] or (613) 716-9373
Ulli Hammer of the Canadian Wind Energy Conference Partnership at [email protected] or (609) 540-1481
Christian Wegmann of Deutsche Messe AG at [email protected] or +49 511 89-31158
For CanWEA membership services, please contact:
Kathy Wong of CanWEA at [email protected] or (613) 234-8716
Still on the fence?
Here are some reasons why you need to participate in this year’s conference and invest in Canada’s wind energy programs:
- The CanWEA Conference is Canada’s largest wind energy event that hosts more than 150 exhibitors and 1,500 delegates
- Canada’s wind energy market continues its dynamic growth with a record number of wind energy installations to be commissioned in 2014. Installation rates are projected to remain high in 2015 and 2016, meaning there will continue to be a high demand for service providers to build and commission these projects
- CanWEA covers the whole segment of wind energy from production to distribution
- A conference program focused on important industry issues from technical advancements to policy and environmental topics
- 63% of attendees are involved in purchasing decisions
- The conference partnership with Deutsche Messe AG will increase global outreach for the conference and exposition
- Since the Wind Power Production Incentive of 2002 Canada’s annual wind energy capacity has risen dramatically and will expect an average of 1,500 MW of new annual capacity for the next four years
- Wind energy provides unlimited power options and creates years of employment opportunities for all provinces of Canada
- Quebec is currently holding an RFP for wind energy projects and Ontario will be issuing RFPs in 2015 and 2016. Alberta and British Columbia are markets that represent mid-term investment possibilities as electricity demand is poised to grow significantly in the future
- The conference partnership with Deutsche Messe AG will increase international participation for the CanWEA 2014 Conference & Exhibition