Hannover Messe 2017 is currently taking place in Hannover (Germany) until next 28 April. This world leading industrial tradeshow includes a wide conference’s programme where are being addressed hot topics such as Digital and Smart, a changing energy world, the future of production logistics, Kopernikus project for the energy transition, industrial IT enablers to drive a manufacturer revolution and cyber security, among many others.
Hannover Messe 2017 allows participants to networking, sharing experiences and having a first-hand insight into the most relevant trends of this industry sector through a supporting programme which includes forums such as the EU-China economic cooperation forum and the start-up forum energy, tours, awards and competitions.
California’s Distributed Energy Future 2017 meeting opens today and runs until tomorrow, Thursday, 9 March. During these two days, the future of renewableelectricity is being discussing through a series of conferences which will address specific themes such as California and the Distributed Energy Transformation, The Future of Rates in a Distributed Energy Market, Tomorrow’s Grid Edge UX and Financing California’s Distributed Energy Future, among others.
The conference’ sessions will be accompanied by a technical workshop running tomorrow 9 March.
World Smart Energy Week 2017 will start next week in Tokio (Japan). During three days, from 1st March to 3rd March, stakeholders will have the opportunity to attend conferences on a wide range of topics including hydrogen and fuel cells, photovoltaic power generation, rechargeable battery, smart grid, wind energy, biomass, energy market liberalization and thermal power.
Simultaneously, participants could visit the many different expositions that will be on display showcasing the latest product innovations, technologies and developments in the international smart energy industry.
Edinburgh (Scotland, UK) holds the Scottish Renewables’ Low-Carbon Cities Conference which will take place on 22 February next. The conference programme covers some of the most burning issues in the field of low-carbon economy such as integrating technologies and changing behaviour, what are we aiming for and why, where do we go from here and making the transition.
The Scottish Renewables’ Low-Carbon Cities Conference includes an exhibition that will provide attendees with the opportunity to establish networking relations with different stakeholders and to learn first-hand the latest technological developments, commerce opportunities and policy trends.
The 9th Annual Wind O&M Europe 2017 conference and exhibition will take place in Hamburg (Germany) on the 7th and 8th of February. Optimization through effective maintenance, the boom of big data, the benefits of an O&M business driven data management strategy, approach to turbine condition monitoring, mitigate loss of energy from cold climate and mobile technology operations to improve the speed and quality of servicing and inspections are just some of the topics on the conference’s agenda.
The 9th Annual Wind O&M Europe 2017 is one of the leading events in the renewableonshore wind energy sector.