15/12 2020

Energy & Transport Summit IV – Digital

ONLINE – 09:30 – 15:00

Where energy and transport meet is exceptionally challenging in the wind sector. For companies and organizations involved in wind energy, logistics, transport, and shipping topics are not trivial organizational support functions with routine tasks…

Wind turbines are scaling up to yield more power per installed unit in order to bring down overall cost and make wind energy competitive with other energy forms. As the individual machines yield more output, they also get bigger. And heavier. This makes the transportation challenge and related logistics issues even more pronounced. And the race for bigger output yield is fierce with industry consolidation taking place at all tiers of the value chain.

Lots of indigenous innovation, new ideas, and hard work to achieve economies of scale characterize the energy and transport industries as collaboration intensifies and both industries assume leadership in spearheading the change necessary in terms of logistics, transport, and shipping. This continuous improvement is done to advance the diffusion of wind energy on a global basis. And the wind industry is globalizing fast when it comes to onshore wind and also offshore wind.

Join Energy & Transport Summit IV digital for your “early-holiday-season” view into the engine room of cross-supply chain wind shipping and logistics cooperation in wind energy.


09.30: Welcome and opening

10.00: Seven years of shipping and logistics collaboration

10.50: Bio Break

11.00: The maritime part of the wind energy value chain

12.00: Lunch break

12.30: New technology and innovation

13.15: Standardization across the supply chain

14.00: Logistical aspects of offshore wind globalization

15.00: Conference closing followed by online networking

(Participation is online and free of charge)

For more information, contact Thomas Poulsen



Energy Cluster Denmark

Wind Logistics Group
Wind Logistics Group is a cross-value chain collaboration forum where companies and organizations work together to advance logistics, shipping, maritime, offshore, and ports topics for the wind industry. Wind Logistics Group is the successor of the Reference Group of the Global Wind Energy Shipping and Logistics PhD research project of Thomas Poulsen. Transportens InnovationsNetVærk (TINV) and Panticon jointly fund that Thomas Poulsen can continue to be the facilitator of Wind Logistics Group. TINV will become part of Maritime & Logistics Innovation Denmark on January 1, 2021

Read more about Wind Logistics Group HERE

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GWEC is a member-based organization that represents the entire wind energy sector. The members of GWEC represent over 1,500 companies, organizations and institutions in more than 80 countries, including manufacturers, developers, component suppliers, research institutes, national wind and renewables associations, electricity providers, finance and insurance companies.

Read more about GWEC: HERE