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Copenhagen Hosts Successful EWEA Congress

Tonight more than 10,250 delegates, 500 exhibitors, 400 presenters and 100 expert speakers, who joined the European Wind Energy Congress EWEA in Copenhagen this week, are heading home after a successful event.

“I have been attending EWEA in a number of cities, but I must say that Copenhagen has been the most enjoyable show ever. I am impressed with the conference center – the Bella Center – it was easy to get a hotel close to both the venue and the city, there are loads of nice people in Copenhagen and Denmark is not too expensive,” said Steve M. Jackson, Sales and Marketing Manager at SEM Limited, which manufactures elements to wind mills, and continues:

“It has been a really good show, very well organised. And I have already associated with both existing and potential costumers, so I am expecting a high outcome.”

The weekend before the show, the Copenhagen City Council and Wonderful Copenhagen arranged a major energy festival, MINDBLOWING Copenhagen on Ofelia Beach, a popular public space beside the harbour in the centre of the city, to raise awareness among locals and visitors. MINDBLOWING COPENHAGEN was another step towards Copenhagen Council's ambition to be the world's first carbon-neutral capital by 2025.