The International Workshop & Conference about “The Wind Energy Sector. A European challenge” was celebrated on November 21 & 22 in Barcelona (Castelldefels Beach). The committee was directed by the CPT Team and counted with the contribution of 80 attendees from different industrial and academic sectors around Europe.
The CPT and the 12 EU projects involved as sponsors want to express the final gratitude with all the participants.
On September 2016 EWEA was celebrated in Hamburg. It is the world's largest wind energy event and the Hydrobond project was represented by Martin Herlov and Vandad Pachai, from Muehlhan, Jari Knnutila and Petri Sorsa from Millydine. Muehlhan also has its own booth.
Over the next 15 years, EWEA expects wind power installations in Europe to reach 320GW of capacity, which could serve 24.4% of electricity demand across the region. For further information, visit its website: http://www.ewea.org/events/
During 12st and 13rd of September 2016, HYDROBOND consortium met in order to present and discuss the latest results about the project. The meeting was at Hotel Rey Don Jaime, in Castelldefels (Barcelona).
The PTA Project congratulated all the partners for the good results obtained.
The International Thermal Spray Conference and exposition 2016 during 10th-12th of May 2016, took place at Shanghai, P. R. China. Within this event, CPT joined for the world’s foremost international conference and exposition for thermal spray technologists, researchers, manufacturers and suppliers.
Hydrobond project was presented in a poster to the Thermal Spray community. ITSC participants (companies, engineers and scientists) showed interest in the project due to its objectives, potential outcomes and high industrial and economic impacts. In the below picture are Dr. Irene Garcia Cano, The Project Manager, and Jari Knuuttila, one of the Project members from Millidyne (Surface Technology) Company, Finland in ITSC Exposition 2016, Shanghai. CPT and Scientific partners of Hydrobond project participated in several presentations.