Staying competitive with advanced tower concepts for new challenges, emerging markets and diverse locations
Wind turbine towers are continuing a trend of growth to meet the needs of rising turbine capacity to further boost energy production. Hub heights need to be increased while cutting down costs for materials at the same time. Advances in Wind Turbine Towers is a technical event for experts in the wind industry and the goal is to push forward technical development for future tower concepts. The conference will deal with current developments, improved technology and new concepts on tubular steel towers, lattice towers, pre-stressed concrete and hybrid towers.
The conference aims to:
- Explore new tower concepts and recent developments in certification
- Optimizing construction methods by adapting existing strategies and going new ways
- Global perspective of the wind industry sector and where it is heading
- Challenges and opportunities of towers with +160m hub heights
- Load and control perspective and Sustainability and its impact on tower manufacturing
If you would like to contribute, please contact email@example.com
Head of Operations, Towers & external Blades North Europe & Middle East
Siemans Gamesa Renewables Energy
Chief Consultant (M.Sc. Civ.)
Ramboll Wind Energy
Managing Director and Professor
P.E. Concepts GmbH
Board Member & CTO - Chief Technology Officer
Head of Section Steel Structures Hamburg
Assistant Professor, Construction Programs
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Director Global Sourcing Steel Towers
Benefit from the following interactive opportunities
Who is Who
Learn about your peers. Discover who else is participating in the conference. The matchmaking picture wall will help you identify who you want to meet at the conference.
IQPC invites you to a joint evening get-together. Take this opportunity to network and make new business contacts. Or just to relax and round off your first conference day.
Match and Win
Identify your group while at the same time getting to know many of your peers in a short amount of time.
Interactive Q & A
Make your topic a part of the agenda and pose a question you are currently most concerned with.