TUESDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2003

SESSION 7

       

09:00- 10:30

POLICY ISSUES : PLENARY - GLOBAL POLICY FRAMEWORKS

Chairs: Everaldo Feitosa, Brazil Wind Energy Association & Hermann Scheer, World Council for Renewable Energies
The Johannesburg Renewable Energy Coalition
Thomas Verheye, European Commission, Belgium (to be confirmed)
The International Conference for Renewable Energies in Bonn 2004
Norbert Gorißen, Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany
New Partnership for Africa’s development: NEPAD’s impact on energy policy
Smunda Mokoena, CEO of NEPAD, South Africa (to be confirmed)
Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Programme (REEEP)
Amal–Lee Amin, British High Commission
A complete renewable energy supply of an OECD country: simulation and political requirements
Harry Lehmann, Institute for Sustainable Solutions and Innovations, Germany
The world–wide proliferation of renewable energies: an agenda to overcome the barriers in the international frameworks
Stefan Gsänger, WWEA, Germany

BREAK 10:30 - 11:00

11:00 - 12:30

           

SESSION 8

 

SESSION 9

 

SESSION 10

GLOBAL MARKETS:
AMERICA & AUSTRALIA

Chairs: Erico Spinadel, Argentine Wind Energy Association & Heinz Dahl, Renewable Energy Generators Australia
 

TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT
TECHNOLOGY ADAPTATION TO REGIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Chairs: Jens Soerensen, Technical University of Denmark, & Choong–Yul Son, Inha University
 

FINANCING

Chairs: Michael Eckhart, American Council for Renewable Energies & Heinrich Bartelt, German Wind Energy Association
Canada's wind energy at present and in the future
Gilbert Parent, Ambassador for the Environment, Canada

Status of renewable energies in Cuba with special emphasis on wind energy
Conrado Moreno, CETER, Cuba

Brazilian Wind Energy Programme — recent developments and future
prospects
Everaldo Feitosa, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil

Mandatory renewable energy target legislation
Peter Rae, AO, Hydro Tasmania, Renewable Energy Generators of Australia (to be confirmed)

The US wind markets: status and perspectives
Paul Gipe, USA
 
Optimum water pumping from wind energy
Michel Malengret, University of Cape Town, South Africa

Development and utilisation of small wind turbines in China
He Dexin, Chinese Wind Energy Association, China

Wind turbines and earthquakes
Uwe Ritschel, Windrad Engineering GmbH, Germany

Perspectives in re–using wind energy converters in developing countries
Carsten Ropeter, Technical University of Clausthal, Germany

Presentation of a German offshore wind energy project
Hans–Joachim Buehring, Amrumbank West GmbH, Germany
 
Wind energy funds in Germany — specific requirements
Ulla Meixner, Reconcept, Germany

Trends for financing of wind energy projects
Edwin Feo, Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, USA

Decommissioning costs and liability reserve
Christof Schwarz, Consultant, Germany

Financing wind energy in third world countries
Dana Younger, IFC (to be Confirmed)

DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

LUNCH 13:00 - 14:00

14:00 - 15:30

           

SESSION 11

 

SESSION 12

 

SESSION 13

GLOBAL MARKETS:
ASIA

Chairs: Sarvesh Kumar, Vestas RRB India, & Izumi Ushiyama, Ashikaga Institute of Technology
 

TECHNICAL ISSUES :
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

Chairs: Jürgen Schmid, ISET & Takao Maeda, Mie University
 

FINANCING

Chairs: Frede Hvelplund, Aalborg University & Dana Younger, IFC (to be confirmed)
Policy and institutional issues for accepting wind energy on a large scale
Anil Kane, Chairman, Indian Wind Energy Association

Growing wind power development in Japan

Yukimaru Shimizu, Mie University, Japan

Wind energy programme of Korea for reducing greenhouse gases under the Renewable Energy Act
Choong–Yul Son, Inha University, Korea

Mongolian Wind Energy Programme
Baataryn Chadaar, Mongolian Renewable Energy corporation, Mongolia

Policies and Potential of Wind Power in China
Shi Pengfei, Hydropower General Planning Institute, China
 
Condition monitoring of induction generators for wind energy conversion systems
Paul Barendse, University of Cape Town, South Africa

The development of a 5kW off–grid wind generator set

Chen Li, Aerodynamics Research & Development Center, China

Reactive power limit of Variable–speed constant–frequency wind turbine
Hong Shen, China Electric Power Research Institute, China

Centralised lubrication systems in wind turbines reduce costs and increase key component lifetime
Patrick Saendker, Lincoln Lubrication, South Africa

Windside — a Finnish vertical–axis wind turbine
Timo Vekara, University of Vaasa, Finland
 
GEF's approach to finance wind energy projects in developing countries
Alan Miller, GEF, USA (to be confirmed)

Carbon trading and wind energy in India: overview, constraints and opportunities
Chintan Shah, Suzlon Energy Limited, India

Legal aspects of the Clean Development Mechanism in developing countries
Johan van den Berg, CDM Africa, South Africa

The role of carbon finance in wind project development
Philip Doyle, Econergy International Corporation, USA

Emissions credits and wind energy development in Brazil
Andre de sa Leal, Ecoinvest Assessoria Ltda, Brazil

DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

BREAK 15:30 - 16:00

16:00 - 18:00

           

SESSION 14

 

SESSION 15

 

SESSION 16

POLICY ISSUES : PROMOTION INSTRUMENTS & FRAMEWORKS

Chairs: Dieter Holm, SESSA / ISES & Rainer Hinrichs–Rahlwes, Federal Ministry for Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, Germany
 

TECHNICAL ISSUES :
TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT - AERODYNAMICS

Chairs: Jens Larsen, KMEK & He Dexin, China Aerodynamics R & D Centre
 

TECHNICAL ISSUES :
GRID INTEGRATION

Chairs: Nico Beute, Cape Technikon & Martin Hoppe–Kilpper, ISET–Kassel
Policy options for wind energy in South Africa
Harald Winkler, University of Cape Town, South Africa

A comparison of feed in and certificate models

Frede Hvelplund, Aalborg University, Denmark

Reference revenue model in Germany’s feed in law
Johannes Lackmann, German Renewable Energy Association, BEE

Evolving environmental regulations for wind power projects in the Philippines
Esperanza Castro–Lee, PNOC Energy Development
Corporation, Philippines

 
 
Full–scale aerodynamic effects of solidity and blade number on small horizontal axis wind turbines
Kenneth Visser, Clarkson University, USA

The effect of local inflow angle, cross & parallel on the section performance of a rotor blade
Takao Maeda, Mie University, Japan

Load reductions on HAWTs using smart flaps

Benjamin Marrant, Delft University of
Technology, Holland

Design and manufacturing of a low wind speed 1kW turbine blad
e
Johannes Bosman, Potchefstroom University, South Africa
 
Impact of wind generation resources on power grid supplemental energy and
regulation reserves

Yuri Makarov, California Independent System Operator, USA

Implementation of wind turbines in weak grids
Åke Larsson, ÅF–industri & System AB, Sweden

Variable wind speed generator models for power system stability
Markus Pöller, DIgSILENT GmbH, Germany

Plugging wind into the grid —
California Independent System
Operators (ISOs)

Randall Abernathy, Vice President Market Services, California ISO, USA

A new approach to micro–grid
implementation

Frank Spencer, University of Cape Town, South Africa

DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

DISCUSSION

18:00 - 19:30

POSTER SESSION

19:30 - 20:00

GALA DINNER

Programme is subject to possible changes pending confirmation from certain speakers


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