Romanian Wind Energy Association (RWEA) and WindEurope, with the support of Monsson – Renewable Energy School of Skills – organize, on 21 June, in Constanta, the second edition of WIND OPEN DAY – the day of open gates for wind farms.
It is an action to inform and educate the general public about the benefits of wind energy and the training opportunities in the field of renewable energies, the organizers say.
The event will be attended by representatives of civil society, students, journalists, the most important NGOs concerned with the environment and renewable energy, bloggers, specialists from ANRE and RWEA and WindEurope member companies.
Those present will visit the Renewable Energy School of Skills – a training and retraining center, Mireasa 50MW wind park and the largest private dispatch center for renewable energy in South-Eastern Europe, which monitors over 1,000MW, in 6 countries, belonging to Monsson. The participants will be given a real-time insight on how renewable energy is produced, will receive information on remote pre-operation of dispatchable units and on the coordination of field service and maintenance teams. At the same time, there will be a live demonstration on a simulated rescue to exit a turbine. The participants will visit the interior of turbines and witness a spectacular drone shooting in a live broadcast. Inspired by the decor, they will be able to take part in the Best WOD Picture Award, with prizes granted by RWEA. At the same time, the first BASE JUMP WIND TURBINE in Romania (parachute jump from the turbine) will be broadcast for the first time during the event, a successful action organized by RESS – Renewable Energy Schools of Skills, within a safety at work awareness campaign, which runs throughout the year 2018.
RWEA (Romanian Wind Energy Association) has been for 10 years the strongest association promoting renewable energy in the energy mix of the country, as source of clean, safe and efficient source of energy for Romanian consumers. The mission, the essential role, the activity and visibility of the association turn RWEA in to an important vector of the wind energy industry in Europe.
WindEurope is the voice of wind energy industry, actively promoting wind energy at European and global level. With over 450 members from more than 40 countries, WindEurope coordinates the industry’s actions in terms of regulatory policies, communication and analysis activities, for the development of the wind energy sector.
Monsson Renewable Energy School of Skills – RESS provides GWO accredited training courses for technicians activating in the renewable energy industry. The global training partnership with the professional training network BZEE provides courses in 35 locations around the world and is proud that, so far, it has trained over 25,000 technicians at the highest standards. Currently, RESS trains annually approximately 2,000 technicians who work in wind turbines around the world.