Wind Power Romania 2012 features the very companies and organisations building, operating, financing and advising Romanian wind farms, organisations such as CEZ, Iberdrola, Enel, Continental Wind Partners, Verbund, Prowind, GE, Siemens or REpower.
Key government officials from OPCOM (the market operator), ANRE (the market regulator), the Ministry of the Economy and the Romanian Competition Council not to mention key wind turbine manufactuers such as GE, Siemens and REpower as the event is fully supported by RWEA.
Some of the companies attending Wind Power Romania 2012 EXPO:
Wind Power Energy is a company based on development and implementation of wind farms. With the experience gained in this domain, our experts have proven professionalism and seriousness, perseverance and a will to continue training. The Wind Power Energy team is trained and accredited to use the best software in the wind domain and we continue to gain more experience. More details on www.wpe.ro.
REpower Systems SE, a Suzlon group company, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of onshore and offshore wind turbines. The international mechanical engineering company develops, produces and markets wind turbines for almost any location – with rated outputs of 1.8 MW to 6.15 MW and rotor diameters of 82 metres to 126 metres.
Clipper Windpower, a United Technologies Corp. company, is engaged in wind energy technology, turbine manufacturing and wind project development. Clipper designs advanced wind turbines, manufactures the 2.5 MW Liberty wind turbine, and develops wind power generating projects in the Americas and Europe. The company is headquartered in California with manufacturing and assembly facilities in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Clipper’s website is at www.clipperwind.com.
United Technologies Corp., based in Hartford, Connecticut, is a diversified Fortune 50 company that provides high technology products and services to the global building systems and aerospace industries. The UTC website address is www.utc.com.
CMS Cameron McKenna has been present in Romania for over twelve years and represents both Romanian and international expertise and a full-service offering – including a very strong Energy practice. The team has advised on a variety of renewable power projects, small and large, assisting international companies, such as Iberdrola, EDP, Vestas and GE Wind, and advised on some of the market’s most complex and high-profile transactions in the Energy sector in recent years.
MEGAJOULE is Portugal’s leading independent renewable energy consultant for wind and solar energy. Our services include wind measurements, wind mapping and simulation, resource assessment and energy estimates, technical due diligence, support to project development and power curve measurements and performance tests. Our solar PV project portfolio ranges from technical due diligences to country scale resource mapping and prospecting. Dedicated to renewable energy solutions MEGAJOULE operates worldwide with offices in Poland and Brazil.
Nordex is a leading manufacturer of multi-megawatt wind turbines. The Gamma Generation range comprises the N80/2500, N90/2500, N100/2500 and N117/2400 suitable for all wind classes. To date, over 1,700 turbines of this type have been installed around the world. More than 4,600 Nordex turbines with an aggregate capacity of around 7,100 MW produce clean energy worldwide. Nordex has offices and subsidiaries in 19 countries and a total global headcount of over 2,700 employees.
TYPSA is an independent international engineering firm with over 45 years of experience and an integrated multi-disciplinary workforce with more than 1.600 professionals on staff.
TYPSA is highly specialized in providing consulting, engineering and construction management services to the Wind Power Market. In the past ten years it has provided consultancy and engineering services for more than 11,000 MW, in more than 15 countries.
Wolf Theiss is one of the leading European law firms in CEE with a focus on international business law. Its 12 offices, in Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine, employ 300 lawyers, working for local and international industrial, trade and service companies, as well as banks and insurance companies.