It also seems more than fitting that EWEA 2012 will be held in Denmark, a pioneer of modern wind energy and a major contributor to the European industry which by the end of last year had 93,957 MW of cumulative installed capacity — representing 10.5% of total EU power capacity, according to EWEA blog.
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Those speaking at the conference represent some of the most successful leaders in the business and renewable energy world.
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The event was opened by the Prime Minister of Denmark, Helle Thorning Schmidt, and the Crown Prince, with EU Energy Commissioner Oettinger giving the key-note speech.
For more information go to EWEA 2012’s website here.