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Reported by Natural Power on 12 March 2019

Conference on wind energy and wildlife impacts comes to Stirling

Wind energy and wildlife (Courtesy of The Natural Power Consultants Limited)

Natural Power is to headline sponsor the fifth Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts (CWW 2019) that will be hosted in Stirling, Scotland, on 27th to 29th August this year.

In a series of keynote talks, sessions and workshops, experts from across the globe will come together at the University of Stirling to share their knowledge on the impacts that wind energy has on wildlife, and to discuss the upcoming challenges for this dynamic industry.

The last CWW took place in Portugal and welcomed more than 300 delegates. The theme of the 2019 conference will be on “Renewable wind energy in new and changing environments – a forward look”. The conference’s scientific committee is currently inviting abstracts on a range of topics and is looking forward to receiving ideas.

Sign up to the mailing list to keep up to date with the latest news from CWW, or if you’d be interested in submitting an abstract please visit http://cww2019.org/

References

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The Natural Power Consultants Limited. Press release - Conference on wind energy and wildlife impacts comes to Stirling. URL: https://www.naturalpower.com/conference-on-wind-energy-and-wildlife-impacts-come.... [Date Accessed: 12/03/2019].

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