5 (100%) 8 votes


Registration fee includes: participation in all sessions and b2b meetings, information materials, lunches and coffee-breaks, participation in the official reception. Accommodation is not included into the registration fee.

Confirmation: Your registration will be confirmed by an email. Please wait for your confirmation before making any further arrangements. However, please note that your registration will be completed and considered final only when your payment has been received.

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5 (100%) 10 votes

Place of Holding


Radisson Blu Hotel Hamburg is a 4-star superior hotel in Hamburg, Germany. It is operated by Radisson Hotels & Resorts under the Radisson Blu brand. At 108 meters height, it is the tallest hotel in Hamburg and the second tallest building in the city. It has 32 floors and 556 rooms. The hotel is surrounded by the park Planten un Blomen and situated directly next to the Congress Center Hamburg (CCH). Hamburg Dammtor station is also located nearby.

Rising high above the city of Hamburg, this design hotel offers direct connections to the CCH Conference Centre. The stylish hotel features a spa with panoramic terrace, elegant restaurant, and complimentary Wi-Fi.

The soundproofed rooms at the 4-star Superior Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg are decorated in a natural, urban or New York mansion style. All include a flat-screen TV with Sky channels on demand, tea/coffee facilities, and a Laptop-compatible in-room safe.

The Radisson Blu Hotel Hamburg’s ‘Health&Sport Botanical SPA’ includes a free gym, steam room and 2 saunas including a women’s only sauna. Exclusive massages and cosmetic treatments are also available for a surcharge.

Freshly prepared Italian and seasonal dishes are served in the modern Filini Restaurant. Guests are also welcome to relax with an exotic cocktail in ‘THE ROOM’, a new lounge in the Radisson Blu Hotel Hamburg’s basement.

The Alster River and Jungfernstieg Promenade are only 800 metres away from the Radisson Blu Hotel, Hamburg. Dammtor S-Bahn Train Station is just 100 metres away, and the airport is just 20 minutes away.

4 (80%) 3 votes

International Conference

We are pleased to announce the Conference «HEAVY WIND POWER 2016»to be held on October 21, 2016 in Hamburg, Germany.

Volume of power megawatts generated by wind-driven power plants is rapidly growing all over the world, in Europe only it increases by 30 percent annually. This tendency will still be the case in the coming years, as the leading global countries have committed to drastically reduce emissions of greenhouse gases (CO2). It will be possible to comply with these commitments only in case the share of wind power is constantly rising.

Increase of wind turbines capacity implies not only the increase in quantity, but first of all, increase in size of wind turbines. In the 90s, the size of a wind turbine made about 50 meters, and now the height of these jumbo structures has increased to 100 meters and more. This factor makes transportation more complicated, as the turbine weight, length of rotor blades and dimensions of towers segments are growing. Just so, foundations of modern turbines can weigh over 700 tons, nacelles – more than 350 tons and the weight of towers exceeds 260 tons.

Standard methods of transport are not suitable for such bulky towers, nacelles and long fragile blades, therefore, logistics for these cargoes calls for implementation of more sophisticated vehicles and installation equipment which certainly impacts the prime cost of transportation. Need for reduction of total cost of wind power urges to take more and more seriously such factors as possibility of their carriage by a certain type of transport, position of ports and deployment locations. Shipping companies and manufacturers of equipment are working hard on implementing new logistic technologies to make delivery of wind turbines safe, quick and cheap as much as possible. By 2020 the share of transport costs in total volume of investments is expected to decrease from 23 to 18 percent, with innovative logistic technologies actively boosting this process.

Among the Conference topics:

  • Practices of delivering wind turbines to hard-to-reach areas
  • New vehicles for delivery of equipment
  • Practices of using river and railway transport
  • Logistics for offshore wind farms

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