European Wind Energy Technology Platform (TPWind)

A dedicated voice for Technology and Policy R&D, speaking for the wind energy sector and its stakeholders.

Advisory Board

Description

The Advisory Board is composed of external stakeholders (i.e. non-Platform members) who help TPWind to enhance its network and effectiveness by providing advice and contacts. They represent an essential link between the Platform and other relevant sectors and stakeholders.

They also act as a quick access point to the expertise and know-how developed by other sectors, which is essential to reduce fragmentation of R&D activities.

The Advisory Board is not a decision-making body of the Platform, but has a consultative role.

It is managed by the Secretariat under the supervision of the Steering Committee. Its members were selected by the Steering Committee and invited in December 2010.

The members of the Advisory Board are the following:

Family Name

First Name

Organisation

Avia

Felix

European Academy of Wind Energy

Benedetti

Lanfranco

Community of European Shipyards Associations

Birat

Jean-Pierre

European Steel Technology Platform (ESTEP)

Blakey

Simon

EUROGAS

Estanqueiro

Ana

LNEG

George

Sian

EU Ocean Energy Association

Ivanov

Chavdar

ENTSO-E

Knudsen

Soren

European Energy Research Alliance

Kutscher

Joachim

Project Management ETN, Forschungszentrum Julich GmbH, on behalf of the German State North Rhine Westphalia

Lancelotti

Paola

European Marine Equipment Council

Lekou

Denja

European Energy Research Alliance

Lemmens

Hubert

ENTSO-E

Maringer

Florian

Austrian National Wind Energy Technology Platform

Mueller

Simon

International Energy Agency

Pedersen

Anja

Danish National Wind Energy Technology Platform

Reynolds

Paul

UK National Wind Energy Technology Platform

Sawyer

Steven

Global Wind Energy Council

Simonot

Emilien

Spanish National Wind Energy Technology Platform

Smith

Brian

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Tavner

Peter

European Academy of Wind Energy

Vinther

Niels

The Alliance for Offshore Renewables

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