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Join us at THE Wind Energy Industry Event in Canada

CanWEA 2014 conference will be better than ever! The conference will continue to tackle important issues facing the industry while serving as the main platform for networking and discovering the latest technologies, solutions and opportunities in the Canadian energy market. Canada’s largest wind energy focused event is expected to draw over 2,000 delegates and 200 exhibitors.The 30th annual CanWEA Conference and Exhibition! will take place October 27-29, 2014, at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal in Montréal, Québec.

Canada posted a record year in 2013!

1,600MW of new wind energy capacity, our biggest year ever!

Wind energy is providing enough power to meet the annual needs of approximately 2 million Canadian homes

Quebec emerged as Canada’s largest growth market with new projects totaling 1,050 MW

New projects were built from coast to coast – British Columbia to Prince Edward Island

Even bigger things ahead!

With an even bigger year expected for 2014, CanWEA 2014 is THE place to be to network and discover opportunities in Canada’s thriving Wind Energy industry.The partnership between CanWEA and Deutsche Messe, one of the world’s leading trade show organizers, will elevate CanWEA2014 to be the biggest and best show to date. Join us and celebrate the tremendous growth our wind energy industry over the last 30 years.

See more at: http://canwea2014.ca/

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