DTU Wind Energy is granted the IEA Wind TCP

DTU Wind Energy granted the secretariat of IEA Wind TCP

Tuesday 19 Mar 19

Contact

Ignacio Martí
Head of Section
DTU Wind Energy
+4546 77 54 67

The team

The IEA Wind TCP Secretariat team is:

  • Ignacio Martí, Secretary
  • Klaus Jakobsen, Deputy Secretary
  • Peggy Friis, Senior Adviser
  • Mattias Andersson, Senior Adviser
  • Charlotte Hede, Communication Officer
  • Cezanne Levesque, Specialized Writer

DTU Wind Energy has been chosen to lead the secretariat of the International Energy Agency Wind Technology Collaboration Programme, also known as IEA Wind TCP.

As of April 2019, DTU Wind Energy is in charge of the secretariat of the International Energy Agency Wind Technology Collaboration Programme, also known as IEA Wind TCP.

IEA Wind TCP is an international co-operation that shares information and research activities to advance wind energy research, development and deployment in member countries.

"We are extremely proud to be chosen to lead the secretariat of the IEA Wind TCP"
Ignacio Martí, DTU Wind Energy

There are currently 26 contracting parties from 21 member countries, the Chinese Wind Energy Association (CWEA), the European Commission, and WindEurope participating in the IEA Wind TCP.

Head of the Wind Turbine Structures and Component Design Section at DTU Wind Energy, Ignacio Martí will be the Secretary. He will be supported by an experienced DTU Wind Energy team. Ignacio Martí says:

”We are extremely proud to be chosen to lead the secretariat of the IEA Wind TCP. We look forward to support the IEA Wind TCP continuing a long tradition that started more than 40 years ago, by helping to adapt and anticipate to the challenges ahead.”

Chair at IEA Wind TCP, John McCann is pleased to announce its selection of DTU Wind Energy as the new Secretary to the IEA Wind TCP. 

”We look forward to working with DTU to continue developing the Secretary role to meet the evolving needs of the IEA Wind TCP. Wind energy is now a mature technology providing competitive electricity supply. The IEA Wind TCP must continuously develop to serve new needs for wind energy research in this market context.”

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