This basic workshop is slated for December 1, 2011 at the Hilton Windsor, 277 Riverside Dr, West Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The Great Lakes Wind Network will also participate in the workshop. Developers say it will cover the bases for manufacturers and service providers interested in exploring market diversification into one of the fastest growing markets. Questions answered will include:
- How extensive is this industry and what are the trends?
- What is the FIT program in Ontario and how do you capitalize on it?
- What components and systems make up a wind turbine?
- What is the supply chain structure for wind turbine parts?
- What are the mandatory requirements for this industry?
- Beyond manufacturing, what else is needed?
- Where does a company get more information fast?
Do you operate a factory in Ontario that has the capability to produce power electronics, control systems, hydraulics, fasteners, brakes, blades, nacelles, or supplemental equipment for the wind industry such as ladders, elevators, hoists, fire suppression, lighting, or meteorological equipment? Do you operate a foundry, forge. machine shop, or fabricating plant? Do you provide support services including engineering, construction, legal or financial services? If so, the wind industry may be an overlooked opportunity.
Register at www.xagenergy.com
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