“NEW OPPORTUNITIES FOR SMALL WIND: The Global Shift Towards 100% Renewables”
Husum, Germany, 17-18 March 2016

The World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) and New Energy Husum are pleased to invite all small and medium wind stakeholders to participate in the 7th World Summit for Small Wind (WSSW2016), taking place in Husum/Germany on 17 and 18 March 2016, in parallel with the New Energy Husum Trade Fair 2015 (17- 20 March 2016).

The main theme of the 7th WSSW is New opportunites for small wind – the global shift towards 100% renewables. The summit is aimed at jointly exploring new markets and potential applications for small wind turbines. Also, to present new innovative business models that could exploit the competitiveness of the technology in developed and developing countries.

For registrations please visit the NEW ENERGY HUSUM website clicking here


Day 1 – 17.03.2016 – 13:00 – 18:00

Worldwide SWT Market Status

Small Wind in Germany – Uwe Hallenga, German Small Wind Energy Association

Small Wind in Denmark – Morten V. Petersen, Danish Small Wind Turbine Association

Small Wind in China – Shen Dechang, Chinese Wind Energy Equipment Association

Small Wind in South Korea – Choon-Yul Son, South Korea

Small Wind in Austria – Kurt Leonhartsberger, Fachhochschule Technikum Wien

Standards, Certification and Patents

Small Wind Turbine Engineering – from idea to certification – Svend W. Enevoldsen, Ecology Management, Denmark

The International Consumer Label for Small Wind – Ignacio Cruz, IEA Task 27, Spain

Improving the situation for small wind in Sweden – Sven Ruin, Swedish Windpower Association

IRENA’s Interactive Tools Project Navigator & INSPIRE – Roland Roesch, IRENA

Day 2 – 18.03.2016 – 10:00 – 17:00

Markets Potential

Assessing the market for small wind turbines in the Global South: the Wind Empowerment methodology – Jon Sumanik-Leary, Loughborough University, UK

Viability assessment of small and medium wind turbines in regions with moderate wind speeds – Mark Runacres, University of Brussels, Belgium

Small windturbines for telecom base stations – Frits Ogg, The Green Collective, Netherlands

Investigation into ducted wind turbines for urban environment – Vinit Dighe, TU Delft, Netherlands

Hybrid Energy on St. Helena Island – Results and Lessons Learned – José Braakman-Croonenbroek , Wind Energy Solutions WES, Netherlands


Method for a Bankable Wind Measurement Program and Testing & Commissioning Standard Procedure for Microgrid Wind Projects without the Need for a Wind Measurement Mast –Martina Dabo, QiDo Energy Development , Germany

Load profile assessment and forecast tool for microgrid design and optimization – Pierre Pesnel Abadia, QiDo Energy Development, Germany

Connection to a Microgrid of a Small Wind Turbine with Smart Grid Control Capabilities – Juan Carlos Ausin, Spain

Technology Development

Parametric study of influencing parameters for micro urban wind turbines – Mathias Haase, SINTEF, Norway

Aerodynamic flow detector to increase the annual wind energy production by 10% and reduce the LCOE of wind energy by 8% – Arturo Villegas, XPEED Turbine Technology, USA

Opening New Markets for Small Wind by dramatically Increasing SWT Efficiency, Eli Rozinsky, EVR Motors, Israel

Development process of a vertical axis wind turbine – Daniel Lehser-Pfeffermann, htw saar, Germany

Wind turbine on the basis of Vortex Converter Continuum – R.A.Serebryakov, VIESH, Russia

Accelerators wind flow in wind power – S.S. Dorzhiev, VIESH, Russia


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