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*Please note that this is a preliminary agenda of Wind Power Conference in Tallinn and some changes may occur. Please check back for updates.

Thursday October 20, 2011

13.00 Opening Session by H.E. Mr. Jan Palmstierna (Ambassador of Sweden), Kaja Kallas (Chairman of the Economic Affairs Committee in the Parliament of Estonia), Fredrik Lindahl (President of the Swedish Wind Power Association) and Martin Kruus (Chairman of the Board of Estonian Wind Power Association).

13.45 Offshore wind energy as an opportunity for innovation, co-operation and growth

  • Offshore wind power around the Baltic Sea. Charlotte Bergqvist, wpd Offshore Stockholm AB
  • Estonian offshore wind power projects, an example from Eesti Energia. Raine Pajo, Board Member of Eesti Energia
  • Blekinge offshore wind farm. Gustaf Ekberg, CEO of Eolus Vind AB

15.00 Energy Break

15.30 Offshore wind energy continues

  • Electrical certificates and the joint market Sweden-Norway. Tomas Söderlund, TSEM AB
  • The importance of storage in wind energy. Lembit Vali, Board Member of Energiasalv OÜ
  • Challenges of wind energy for electricity markets. Hando Sutter, Sales Manager of Nord Pool Spot AS
  • Development of Offshore wind energy – opportunities for Estonian companies. Tuuliki Kasonen, General Manager of Estonian Wind Power Association (EWPA)

Friday October 21, 2011

09.00 Social acceptance – vital for wider deployment of wind energy

  • The esthetics of wind power in the landscape. Werner Nystrand, photographer
  • Social acceptance in Sweden – theory and practice. Fredrik Lindahl, Swedish Wind Power Association (SVIF) and Slitevind AB
  • Ölandsvind – Shareholding wind power in practice. Marie Jönsson, Swedish Wind Power Association (SVIF)
  • Research about the effects of wind power on human interests. Sofia Jönsson, Linnaeus University Kalmar/Växjö
  • Planned Communications & Social Acceptance. Johanna Olesen & Claus Vandsø, Triventus AB

11.00 Energy Break

11.15 Small scale wind energy – decentralized generation raising awareness about energy, environment and climate

  • Small scale wind energy in Estonian context – an overview of the recent developments. Criss Uudam, Development Manager of EWPA
  • Why small scale wind turbines? Success stories from Sweden and further needs. Lennart Tyrberg, Energikontor Sydost
  • Small scale wind turbines market study. Örjan Hedblom, Swedish Wind Power Association

12.00 Lunch (at participants’ own cost)

13.00 Economy – Wind energy and Electricity Prices

* Discussions are led by Rene Tammist, the Director of Estonian Renewable Energy Association

  • Economics of wind energy compared to other conventional technologies. Athanasia Arapogianni, Research officer of European Wind Energy Association (EWEA)
  • Support schemes for renewables – rational approach. Mihkel Härm, Secretary General of World Energy Council (WEC) Estonia
  • Power Sector Development in Europe – Lenders’ Perspectives 2011. Gregory Rubinchik, KPMG Energy and Utilities
  • Required revenues to attract additional wind power investments in Estonia. Lili Kirikal, Transaction Advisory Services Manager of Ernst & Young Baltic AS
  • Finland new support scheme. Jari Suominen, Chairman of the board of Finnish Wind Power Association, Energy Director of St1 and Managing director of TuuliWatti Oy
  • Wind energy and Electricity Prices. Professor Poul Erik Morthorst, Risø National Laboratory for Sustainable Energy – Technical University of Denmark (DTU)

16.00 Conclusions

We are sorry that Registration is now closed because the Conference has reached full capacity. Thank you for your interest.

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