I am on the plane returning from the New Energy Update Conference in Munich and a number of themes are spinning through my head. The conference was divided into Wind, Solar and Energy Storage tracks. During the conference I tried to catch what I thought was most interesting on the three different tracks and here are my reflections.
On Monday November 27, 20 Greenbyters and over 60 customers from all over the world gathered in Amsterdam for our annual Greenbyte Forum. An inspiring day filled with exciting announcements, workshops and rewarding discussions between industry colleagues.
Every year, the annual WindEurope conference brings together professionals from all around the world. In connection with this year's exhibition in Amsterdam, Greenbyte is hosting its annual Greenbyte Forum, a unique workshop for asset managers, owners and operators looking to capture the full potential of their assets with Greenbyte's services.
Most people reading this post will most likely have their news feeds in various social media explode with headlines such as 'Corporate Clean Energy: Not Just for Google Anymore', 'Big Oil needs to spend $350 billion…. on wind and solar', 'Global Wind Day Photo competition – and the winner for ‘Wind at Sea’ is…'
… I am preaching to the choir. At the end of this post, I will come back to this topic.
In connection with WindEnergy Hamburg 2016, Breeze hosted the annual Breeze Forum, a unique day with workshops and seminars and the opportunity for users of Breeze to meet with industry colleagues, contribute with ideas and learn from each other and the Breeze team.
The U.S. now has more than 74GW of wind energy with another 10GW under construction. By the end of the year, nearly 50,000 wind turbines will be harnessing American winds. Many of them are located in one of the world’s greatest concentrations of dynamic energy: the vast windy belt from the Canadian Prairies to northern Mexico.
Despite the tragic events in Paris, the EWEA 2015 wind energy conference turned out great. Members from the Breeze team got to meet with other industry leaders from around the globe to share valuable experiences. The wind industry is maturing and the high interest in Breeze clearly shows that more and more wind turbine owners and operators are serious about optimizing wind asset performance for increased ROI.
Every year, the annual EWEA conference brings together professionals from over 60 countries. In connection with this year's exhibition in Paris, Breeze is hosting Breeze Forum, a unique workshop for asset managers, wind turbine owners and operators looking to capture the full potential of wind assets with the Breeze system.
The first Breeze Customer Day has just come to an end and we are more than happy with the outcome. With the fast pace of innovation, we want to make sure users of Breeze are getting the most out of the service and that is what the Breeze Customer Day is for. This year's event featured an introduction and training on the main features of Breeze, from power curves to scheduled downtime to sharing data via API and reports as well as discussions of best practices, new ideas and “the big picture” as a group. We are looking forward to see you soon again! Click the article for more photos from the event.