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WINDPOWER 2014 Conference & Exhibition

Venue: Las Vegas, NV

Date: May 5-8, 2014

WINDPOWER 2014 is the world’s largest annual wind energy event. It is produced by the American Wind Energy Association, and is the premier wind energy event in North America. WINDPOWER 2013 hosted more than 15,000 attendees and 1,100 exhibitors; more than 2,800 international attendees represented 60 countries, led by Canada, Germany, China, Denmark, and Spain.

Seminars: WINDPOWER 2014 offers more than 60 educational programs, workshops, and seminars focusing on the wind energy sector and business. Many of these sessions will focus directly on international opportunities and challenges that international companies and countries are facing. Please see the show website’s “Education” section for further information.

Exhibitors: 1,150 (2013)

Industries: Balancing equipment, blades, braking equipment, cables, castings, controls, converters, electrical components, gearboxes, generators, housings & frames, onsite components & solutions, raw materials, small wind systems & components, towers, wind turbines, yaw & pitch systems, construction, engineering & procurement services, consulting services, development services, erection services, financial & investment services, insurance services, legal services, logistical & transportation services, operations & maintenance, and training services.

Target Buyers: Persons involved in all segments of the wind energy business, including developers, services, manufacturers, dealers, distributors, utilities, and local, state, and national government officials from the United States and other countries.

Benefits for Attendees registering through the U.S. Commercial Service

  • Reduced registration for exhibit floor.
  • Complimentary networking reception.
  • Airfare and hotel discounts.
  • Pre-show or after-show plant tours or site visits offered by exhibitors who express interest in offering this benefit. Arrangements for the tours will be the responsibility of the delegation leader. IBP Attendees will be responsible for expenses associated with participation in these tours. Please inquire for more details.

Contact: Mark Wells, mark.wells@trade.gov, (202) 482-0904 or Padraig O’Connor at padraig.o’connor@trade.gov