Wind2050 Final workshop, 31 May 2017

Focus will be on challenges regarding planning and implementation of wind power. We will have discussions on  instruments and possibilities for new types of cooperation building on Wind2050

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Excursion to Wind turbines at Middelgrunden off Copenhagen harbour,

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Wind2050 Seminar, 26 August 2016, DTU, Lyngby

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Research School, 22-25 August 2016, Copenhagen University

See agenda hereRegistration before 1 August 2016 . For further information please contact Charlotte Bukdahl Jacobsen

Wind2050 Seminar, 2. Feb. 2016, Skovskolen, Nødebo

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Wind2050 Project Meeeting, Risø, 19 August 2015,

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Invitation til at deltage i Miljøstrategisk Årsmøde 2015, Aalborg Universitet København, 23-24. november 2015

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Invitation til WISEPower arbejdsmøde, den 10 september 2015 i Nykøbing Falster

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KL og Energistyrelsen afholder i samarbejde afsluttende konference for energipartnerskabet den 9. oktober 2015.

Målgruppe:     Alle med interesse for fremtidens energiplanlægning i Danmark 
Sted:               Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Amager Boulevard 70
                        2300 København

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The next Wind2050 project meeting (full-day meeting) will take place on 19 August 2015  at Risø (close to Roskilde) and will be hosted by WP3.
You will find the agenda here



Wind2050 Project meeting on 29 January 2015 on
"Approaches to concerns of being neighbour to Wind turbines"

Participants were  stakeholdes from the Danish Energy sector, municipalities, companies and Danish and foreign  universities.

Presentations from the meeting:


On 24 October 2014 Wind2050 hosted a Mini-conference on Controversy over Energy Technologies entitled

 What shapes Community Acceptance over Wind Power?

Discussion focused on controversy and change as the normal basic social attribute for the potential change in modern societies, and how innovation in project planning as well as public policy measures can support a sustainable transition towards a fossil independent energy system.

The panel of speakers presented the state-of-the-art of international knowledge on challenges with respect to social acceptance of energy technologies. The mini-conference concluded with a trans-disciplinary dialogue on how to develop engagement strategies that address different risk perceptions and community concerns when implementing renewable technologies locally.


Peter Hauge Madsen, Head of Department, DTU-WindThe Necessary Collaboration

Prof. Geraint Ellis, Queens University Belfast: Complexity of concern: Social acceptance of wind energy and the inevitability of dissensus

Dr Maarten Wolsink, University of Amsterdam: Integration of renewables supply and demand; social acceptance of crucial smarts grid elements. 

Prof Helle Tegner Anker, Copenhagen University: The role of the legal framework for local acceptance of wind energy projects; some preliminary observations.

Prof Gordon Walker, Lancaster University: Symmetries, expectations, dynamics and contexts: a framework for understanding public engagement with renewable energy projects

Dr Hans Christian Sørensen, SPOK Consult: The cooperative approach in Danish Wind energy ownership before and after the 2007 RE-law.

Dr Bonnie Ram, DTU Wind Energy, Guest Scholar: Social Acceptance in the Siting of Wind Energy Turbines: Questions for a Robust Knowledge Base





15 June 2014

On 15 June  Wind2050 partners visited the offshore wind Farm at Middelgrunden outside Copenhagen Harbour.