Past event
20.03.2024 - 22.03.2024

WindEurope Annual Event 2024

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Turnkey booth - SOLD OUT

7.650 DKK per m2 - before grant

Poster booth - SOLD OUT

27.500 DKK

Co-exhibitor registration

7.500 DKK per company

Coordination fee

5.500 DKK



Bilbao, Spain

Participating companies:

  • Aegir Renewables ApS
  • Amsoil Inc
  • Atten[2]
  • C.C. Jensen A/S
  • COWI A/S
  • Clobotics A/S
  • DAMM Cellular Systems A/S
  • DEIF A/S
  • DHI A/S
  • DTU Wind and Energy Systems
  • Dansk Gummi Industri A/S
  • Dansk Ingeniør Service A/S (DIS)
  • EMD International A/S / EnergyPro
  • Emerson Automation Solutions
  • FORCE Technology
  • FT Technologies
  • Frontier Technologies
  • Gexpro Services
  • H-Tec Systems
  • HAWE Energy Solutions A/S
  • HeliPPE
  • Hove A/S
  • K2 Management A/S
  • Kanda ApS
  • Klingspor A/S
  • LJM - Lind Jensens Maskinfabrik A/S
  • Liftra ApS
  • MAN Energy Solutions
  • MacArtney Offshore Wind Solutions
  • Nord-Lock ApS
  • Polytech A/S
  • Primo
  • Promet AG
  • Rambøll
  • RelyOn Nutec Denmark
  • Resolux Group
  • SABIK Offshore GmbH
  • Scan Global Logistics A/S
  • Scanel International A/S
  • Shoreline Aps
  • Stillstrom by Maersk
  • Svendborg Brakes Aps
  • Terma A/S
  • United Wind Force
  • Weissenborn
  • Øglænd System A/S

Co-financed by:

WindEurope Annual event 2024 will return to Bilbao where you can expect 10,000+ attendees to join us for a look at the shape of European wind energy today. There’ll be dozens of conference sessions, hundreds of speakers, and 400+ exhibitors from the whole value chain looking to showcase their innovations and seal new deals.

The Pavilion - Powered by Denmark can be found on a very central prime location in hall 1 covering nearly 600 sqm. Here you can get your own space from 9 sqm and up.

Bilbao and Spain have plenty to offer. With more than 27 GW installed capacity onshore wind, they’re one of the most important countries on the continent and their Offshore Wind Roadmap aims to build up to 3 GW of floating wind by 2030. Today the industry employs 28,000 people in Spain and adds €3bn to its GDP. When it comes to Bilbao is the city headquarters for two of Europe’s leading renewable energy leaders. Meanwhile the Basque Country aims to become a major offshore energy hub in the years ahead on the pleasure side Bilbao has a lot to offer. Especially when it comes to the gastronomic and architectural delights.

Søren Rasmussen
Managing Director
+45 4022 0311
Katrine Aaby
Project Coordinator
+45 2167 9617