CWE2013 Conference on Wind power and Environmental impacts

CWE 2013 included 70 lectures, 11 plenary speakers and 4 workshops, with more than 300 participants from 30 countries.

We thank all participants of the conference for sharing knowledge and experience regarding the future challenges of wind power and its environmental impacts.

How can the proportion of renewable energy increase to meet the world demand?  Panel discussion with Björn Iuell, Mr Tomoo Machiba and Mr Tatsuya Wakeyama, Japan. 

Conference summary

Download a summary of the conference by Björn Iuell - Senior Environmental advisor at Statkraft or download a copy of the Book of abstracts:

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  1. Offshore wind power plants – marine surveys and monitoring needed.
  2. What are the most important factors regarding monitoring programmes?
  3. How do we minimize negative impacts on birds and bats?
  4. How should developers and authorities encourage public participation in the planning process?


Organizer, secretariat of Vindval: 


Call for abstract is closed


Last dates of submission was 15 August 2012

  • Vindval

    Vindval is a research programme that aims to facilitate develoment of wind power in Sweden. The programme focuses on environmental impacts of wind power; humans and landscapes, the marine environment, birds, bats and other mammals...

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