Get out of the usual schemes to find new growth and business opportunities.
Having clear and ambitious goals is essential for the growth and competitiveness of this sector. But while politicians deliberate, what can we do, here and now, to face the day-to-day business of this business? Can we think out of the old schemes? Adaptation is the key to survival. In this congress we will look beyond Europe to see how the wind sector in America reacted to the boom and subsequent fall of recent years, and what companies that act globally can learn from these countries.
We will also focus on the new groups of consumers and customers, for this we will consider other sectors that have set their sights on wind energy to improve the sustainability of their electricity, gas or thermal power supply and reduce costs. Different sectors of the economy have always been overcoming obstacles. This Congress will analyze how other comparable industries have weathered the storm and learned from their experiences. Finally, attendees will be able to hear representatives of institutions that see wind energy as a new business and investment opportunity.
The Session was directed by:
Robert Hornung. Presidente, CanWEA – Canadian Wind Energy Association, Canada
Tom Kiernan. Chief Executive Officer, AWEA – American Wind Energy Association, Estados Unidos
François Ster. Director, Global Infrastructure, Google Inc., Francia
Joan Canyes. CEO Corporación Start.Point, Spain