World Wind Energy Conference WWEC2021, being organized by World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) and The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), will focus on the clean energy transition propelled by spectacular progress of renewable energy with prime focus on accelerating the capacity additions of wind and solar energy into the country’s energy systems in line with Paris agreements. The conference is supported by International Solar Alliance (ISA) and International Solar Energy Society (ISES). While discussing technology innovations and capturing sectorial growth around the world, important contemporary topics would be discussed by international experts through various plenary sessions. The Conference will provide a platform to capture learnings in various parts of the world, and also in India which is seeing rolling out of one of the largest renewable energy programme in the world.
WWEC2021 host country, India, is one of the leaders in many renewable energy technologies and therefore is an ideal location to discuss progress, challenges and achievements of the renewable energy world.
Other than wind energy, experts of Renewable Energy from all over the world will gather at WWEC2021 to provide their perspective on the growth potential along with success stories of the renewable energy sector.
WWEA and TERI solicit participation of the renewable energy community especially wind and solar, from around the world to join us to help make the benefits of renewable energy available for all human beings.
This event will take place on 24-26 November 2021 in New Delhi, India.
World Wind Energy Association (WWEA) is an international non-profit association embracing the wind sector worldwide. With more than 600 members in over 100 countries, WWEA works for the promotion and deployment of wind energy technology world over, and for the ultimate goal of a global 100% renewable energy supply.
WWEA provides a platform for comprehensive and holistic communication of all the stake holders of wind energy worldwide including women and communities. It also advises and influences the national governments and international organizations towards policies. WWEA enhances international technology transfer.
WWEA collaborates with other renewable technology associations, e.g. via the global umbrella organization REN Alliance, REN21, the IRENA Coalition for Action or the Global 100% Renewable Energy Platform.
1. Wind energy shall serve as one cornerstone and a driving force for the immediate application of a world energy system driven by renewable energies to completely substitute fossils and nuclear sources.
2. Global dissemination of grid-connected and stand-alone wind energy solutions should rely on experience gained from the most successful implementation strategies, based on favorable legal, political and social framework conditions as initiated by national associations. Local and rural communities and people should be involved and should benefit directly.
3. WWEA shall stimulate and support the foundation of national and regional wind energy associations and encourage national governments to set ambitious targets and political frameworks for priority strategies in favor of a fast and sustainable development of all renewable energies.
4. WWEA organizes together with continental, national and regional wind energy associations the World Wind Energy Conferences and further international events for mobilizing a wind range of the different wind energy applications.
5. WWEA plays an active role in the World Council for Renewable Energies and cooperates with further international renewable energy organization in order to work for a substitution of all polluting and hazardous waste causing energies
A dynamic and flexible organization with a global vision and local focus, The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) was established in 1974. While in the initial period the focus was mainly on documentation and information dissemination activities, research activities in the fields of energy, environment, and sustainable development were initiated towards the end of 1982. The genesis of these activities lay in TERI’s firm belief that efficient utilization of energy, sustainable use of natural resources, large-scale adoption of renewable energy technologies, and reduction of all forms of waste would move the process of development towards the goal of sustainability. With a staff strength of over 800, drawn from multidisciplinary and highly specialized fields, offices, and regional centers equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, and a diverse range of activities, TERI is the largest developing-country institution working to move human society towards a sustainable future.
TERI’s Renewable Energy Technology Division provides a wide array of technological solutions and technical services for the efficient utilization of resources and for harnessing renewable sources of energy. The Division’s strength lies in its ability to work closely with end-users in funding practical technological solutions to energy-related and environmental problems: from providing comprehensive distributed electricity generation solutions to remote rural communities to promoting green building concepts in the urban areas; from developing and disseminating clean technologies in numerous small and micro enterprises 8 along with impact assessment for providing energy auditing services to large industrial units; from developing biomass gasification technology for power generation. The division through its dedicated research area, namely Renewable Energy Technology Applications (RETA) is engaged in developing renewable energy technologies-based products and their markets.
The research and research based solutions that TERI has given have had a transformative impact on the industry as well as communities. TERI has fostered international collaboration on sustainability action by creating a number of platforms and forums. This is done by translating the research into technology products, technical services, as well as policy advisory and outreach.
Having headquarters in New Delhi, TERI has regional centers and campuses in Gurugram, Bengaluru, Guwahati, Mumbai, Panaji and Nanital. With a team of 1200 plus scientists, sociologists, economists and engineers, TERI delivers insightful, high-quality action oriented research and transformative solutions supported by state-of-the-art infrastructure. TERI’s mission is to usher transitions to a cleaner and sustainable future through the conservation and efficient use of energy and other resources, and innovative ways of minimizing and reusing waste.
World Wind Energy Association and The Energy and Resources Institute are happy to announce the World Wind Energy Conference WWEC2021 and calls for the submission of abstracts for papers and presentations. The presentation may be either Oral or Poster Presentation.
All abstracts, to be written in English, must be concise, stating the results, communicate the objectives and key aspects of the topic clearly. They should not exceed more than 500 words and should contain a list of key words.
Theme – Powering the World with Wind and Sun