Monday, March 28, 2011

Offshore Wind China 2001: June 15-17

OFFSHORE WIND CHINA 2011 is to be unveiled June 15-17, 2011 with a
brand new level at Shanghai New International Expo Center. The
offshore wind industry leaders from home and aboard will take an
active part in proving the unique charm of China as the country with
the most potential for offshore wind power development in the world.

OFFSHORE WIND CHINA 2011 is jointly organized by the Chinese Renewable
Energy Industries Association, Chinese Renewable Energy Industries
Committee and Shanghai International Exhibition Co., Ltd. After the
successful experiences of the previous three sessions in 2007, 2009
and 2010, the organizers will join hands again to present a more
superior event. Moving to Shanghai New International Expo Center, the
exhibition will cover an area of above 20,000 sq.m, which triples the
last session. The conference is to be held in the newly built Pudong
Shangri-La Kerry Hotel with an anticipation of 800 persons to attend,
25% more than last session. The recruitment of OFFSHORE WIND CHINA
2011 is currently undergoing and it has received an active
participation from the industry.

In last June, OFFSHORE WIND CHINA 2010, the No.1 offshore wind event
in Asia, reached a big success in Shanghai. The national and
provincial development reform commissions' officials led by Mr. Wang
Jun, Director General of the National Energy Administration New Energy
& Renewable Energy Department, addressed the event. Sinovel and
Vestas, leading the global offshore wind power enterprises, gathered
together. China's Giant Five farm developers all participated.
National pavilions from offshore wind developed countries like
Denmark, UK and Norway came all the way to design the blueprint for
the world's offshore wind development. The last event gathered
insiders and specialists from 25 countries and regions with an
overseas percentage of 30%. 98 speakers delivered speeches in 14
sessions, attracting 639 conference delegates, and over 130 domestic
and foreign media made a full coverage of the brilliant event.

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