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Wind Energy the Facts - Integrating wind power in Hungary
Date: 12 June 2009
Location: Budapest, Hungary

European Wind Energy Association 
Hungarian Wind Energy Association

The fourth ‘Wind Energy - The Facts’ dissemination workshop was held in Budapest on 12 June 2009. 


Full programme

EWEA Press release 'Hungary needs to develop its huge wind energy potential' , 12/06/2009


1.   Péter Tóth, President, Hungarian Wind Energy Association,

      Welcome speech (no written version available)

2.   Jacopo Moccia, Regulatory Affairs Advisor, European Wind Energy Association


3.   Máté Kovács, Counsellor, Department of Environmental Development, Ministry of the

      Environment and Water, Hungary

      Keynote speech - Wind power as key technology in fight against climate change

4.   Andrea Hercsuth, Policy Officer, Policy Officer, Directorate General for Transport

      and Energy, European Commission

      National Action Plans, Hungarian version - English version

5.   Péter Tóth, President, Hungarian Wind Energy Association

      Wind industry's vision for 2020

6.   György Szerdahelyi, Head of Department, Ministry of Transport, Telecommunications

      and Energy, Hungary

      Hungary’s actions to meet the EU’s 2020 targets

7.   Dorina Iuga, Wind Energy The Facts Project Manager, European Wind Energy Association

      Wind Energy the Facts & IEE presentation

8.   John Twidell, AMSET Centre UK, and Visiting Professor, University of Reading, UK

      Environmental impacts of wind energy

9.   Søren Krohn, Søren Krohn Consulting

      The economics of wind energy

10.  Jannik Termansen, Director, Group Government Relations, Vestas Wind Systems A/S,

      Potentials, benefits and barriers

11.  Gábor Tari, Chief Executive Officer, MAVIR zRt

      EU 2020 targets: managing integration of wind in the Hungarian grid

12.  Paul Gardner, Strategic and Policy Studies Group, Garrad Hassan & Partners Ltd., UK

      Integrating large quantities of wind in the electricity grid

13.  László Hoffman, Director, Energy Corp Hungary Ltd.

      Connecting to and operating in the Hungarian grid, a developers’ experience

14.  Michael Nørtoft Frydensbjerg, Grid Connection Coordinator,

      Siemens Wind Power A/S, Denmark

      Wind turbine integration into the grid: a manufacturers perspective

15.  Ruslan Caraus, Electrical Engineer, Vestas Central Europe

      Newest technology in wind power generating


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