International Small Wind Conference and Exhibition (ISWC2010)

Venue: Science Centre

Location: Glasgow, United Kingdom

Event Date/Time: Apr 27, 2010 End Date/Time: Apr 28, 2010
Abstract Submission Date: Jan 24, 2010
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Generating your future: the world's leading small wind event

Following the success of the inaugural International Small Wind Conference 2009, the event will run again in 2010, with even more delegates, exhibitors and visitors expected. ISWC2010 will be held at Glasgow Science Centre over Tuesday 27th - Wednesday 28th April 2010. Over 400 people are expected to attend the conference and up to 50 companies will be on displaying their small wind products and services at the accompanying exhibition.

Small wind systems are taking off in a big way. Driven by government policy, planning, building regulations, climate change and increasing fossil fuel prices, microgeneration technologies are increasingly becoming an integral part of national, householder or business approaches to energy use and onsite generation.

Free exhibition: Come and discover your own small wind turbine !!
ISWC2010 will provide much much more, and will coincide with the launch of new UK financial incentives or Feed In Tariffs. An exhibition hall hosting up to 50 small wind companies demonstrating their technologies, products, and services will allow all those with an interest in small wind systems to come and discover small wind technology for themselves for free!

An unrivalled programme
Two days of seminars, educational sessions and networking opportunities will bring together all constituents of the global small wind sector, with focus given to renewable energy policy, international markets, technology awareness, technical research and educational issues.

The sell-out inaugural ISWC attracted attendance from the international microgeneration industry, national Governments, policy makers, the financial sector, the construction sector, academia, the media, as well as consumers, farmers and businesses interested in generating their own clean green renewable energy.