Copenhagen to host major wind conference

One of the world's largest wind conferences will be hosted in Copenhagen in 2021. More than 10,000 company representatives, scientists, and politicians are expected to attend the WindEurope Summit.

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In 2021, Denmark's capital city will see prominent visitors flooding in when the WindEurope Summit is hosted at the Bella Center in Copenhagen, reveals the Danish Wind Industry Association in a press release.

10,000 people will participate in the conference.

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