Meet The WindTech 2018 Supporting Organisations
WindTech is Supported by 30 Local and International Organisation from 20 Countries. We are inviting all Associations, Organisations, Institutions, Government Bodies or Alliances to be next Supporter.
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European Union Organisations
The Portuguese Renewable Energy Association (APREN) is a non-profit association, founded in October 1988, with the mission of coordination , representation and defense of the common interests of our Members .
APREN represents more than 90% of all installed capacity of renewable energy sources in Portugal.
ALER is a non-profit association with the mission to promote renewable energies in portuguese-speaking countries.
The Association facilitates business opportunities by supporting the private sector and attracting financing and investment, by liasing with national and international authorities to create a favourable regulatory framework, and by coordinating all stakeholders, acting as a cooperation platform and the common voice of renewable energies in portuguese-speaking countries.
The Spanish Renewable Energy Association (APPA Renewables) is the reference association of renewable energy in Spain. It brings together more than 350 companies and entities that carry out all clean technologies like biofuels, biomass, wind, geothermal, hydro, marine, small wind and solar photovoltaic
The Spanish Wind Energy Association (AEE) is the voice of the wind sector in Spain. It promotes the use of wind energy in Spain, Europe and worldwide. It represents and defends the interests of the sector.
With about 200 member companies, it represents more than 90% of the sector in Spain which includes promoters, wind generator and component manufacturers, national and regional associations, organizations connected with the sector, consultants, lawyers and financial entities, among others.
The ANEV is the environmental protection association (recognized under Law No. 349 dated July 8, 1986) established in July 2002, which brings together about 70 companies operating in the wind energy sector and over 5,000 subjects, including producers and energy operators electricity and technology, plant engineers, designers, engineering and environmental studies, electric traders and developers working in compliance with the rules and regulations of Associations. The ANEV is a member of Confindustria Energia and is the Italian Association present on the Board of Directors of the corresponding European and World associations such as the WWEA-GWEC-EWEA as well as adhering to UNI-CEI-AIEE.
The Association of wind energy companies and wind energy scientists in Greece.
The Hellenic Wind Energy Association HWEA/ELETAEN was founded in 1990.
It has been a member of the European Wind Energy Association WindEurope since its founding and operates as its National Representative in Greece.
Polish Offshore Wind Energy Society (PTMEW) is a non-governmental organization (NGO) that gathers entities interested in supporting the offshore wind energy sector in Poland.
POWES is professional membership organization that runs an active and consistent business for the creation and development of the offshore wind energy within the area of the Polish marine zones. The activities have a popularizing educational and lobbing character.PTMEW is a member of the following associations:
European Wind Energy Association (EWEA)
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA)
International and Non-European Organisations
CADER is a non-profit association that brings together companies in the renewable energy sector. It is a key player that facilitates dialogue and projects for the current and future development of energy projects. It is composed of firms of national and international origin and is the most representative association in the sector:
Bioenergies, wind, solar photovoltaic, solar thermal, concentrated solar, small hydroelectric, geothermal, tidal, and all forms of renewable energy in Argentina.
It is the main coordinating body that interacts with a wide range of actors, from both the public and private sectors, as well as academic institutions.
The wind power industry is at a very nascent stage in Asia and there is a rapidly growing demand in the Asian wind energy sector. Acting as the industry representative, the Asia Wind Energy Association aims to capitalize on this opportunity. The association aims to develop and communicate conclusive policies to influence the decision-making process of the Asian governments to create a positive investment environment and enable greater deployment of wind energy in the Asia-Pacific region.
The Asia Wind Energy Association will be the central agency on wind energy issues for its members and will provide a platform to interact with wider constituencies by organizing monthly networking events and quarterly theme focused events.
THE UKRAINIAN WIND ENERGY ASSOCIATION (UWEA) is All-Ukrainian non-profit, public organisation aimed at promoting wind energy technologies and ensuring wind energy industry’s interests on the national and international levels.
The UWEA links wind power project developers, wind power equipment manufacturers and suppliers, utilities, construction companies, scientists and researches, lawyers, NGOs, consumers and others involved in the wind industry – one of the world’s fastest growing energy industries.
The UWEA is a proven, effective advocate for Ukrainian wind industry and it continues to mature along with the industry.
The Ukrainian Wind Energy Association is a member of the World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) and the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA).
UWEA is governed by a Board of Directors which is currently headed by Andriy Konechenkov, Vice President of the WWEA, Head of the CIS Wind Committee.
Russian Association of Wind Power Industry – independent non-profit organization, to develop the market in the interests of the state, RAWI members and partners. It is registered for the first time in 2004 year.
The aim of the Association is to provide real practical help and support to market participants on their entry into the market, the development of production, development of wind farms and orders of the production of components for wind turbines, and construction of wind parks.
ARAB RENEWABLE ENERGY COMMISSION – AREC is a non-profit and non-governmental Commission that is concerned with renewable energy in the Arab world. It consists of a good number of members representing several Arab countries. It was founded in 2011 in Amman- Jordan and honoured to be chaired by HRH Prince Asem bin Nayef.