Why Exhibit at CanWEA?
The CanWEA Annual Conference and Exhibition provides the perfect venue for the world’s foremost wind energy leaders and decision makers to make connections, discuss the latest industry developments and identify opportunities for future growth. It is a must-attend event for forward-thinking professionals making strategic decisions about their role in advancing wind energy in Canada.
- Connect to the future of innovation in Canada’s wind energy industry.
- Earn recognition as a wind energy expert while expanding your network and generating leads
- Discover the latest technologies and approaches
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Looking to the Future of Wind Energy
- Canada’s electricity grid is already more than 80 per cent emissions-free – the cleanest in the G7.
- Wind energy is the most cost-effective source for new electricity generation.
- Wind energy creates jobs and economic diversification in rural and Indigenous communities.
- Wind contributes to a reliable energy grid.
- Canada has the capacity to outperform its wind energy generation outlook.
- Residents, particularly in Alberta and Saskatchewan, are highly supportive of wind energy developments.
Canada’s Wind Market
- Canada is a global leader in wind energy – 8th in the world for total onshore installed capacity.
- More wind energy has been built in Canada over the last five years than any other form of electricity generation, with installed capacity growing by an average of 20 per cent per year for the past decade.
- Continuing 2017's growth, Canada finished 2018 with 12,816 MW of wind energy capacity - enough to power approximately 3.3 million homes, or six per cent of our country's electricity demand.
- 2018 saw completion of six projects that added 566 MW of new installed capacity, representing over $1 billion of investment.
- There are 299 wind farms operating from coast to coast, including projects in two of the three northern territories.
- Canada expects to add approximately 1,000 MW of new wind energy capacity in 2019
- According to the Bloomberg New Energy Outlook 2018, by 2050 wind and solar technology are expected to provide almost 50 per cent of total electricity globally.
- Wind energy is now the lowest-cost option for new electricity generation in Canada. And more good news – wind energy costs continue to fall, offering an attractive electricity source to provinces seeking to clean and diversify their electricity systems.
- The Pan-Canadian Wind Integration Study demonstrates that Canada can source more than one-third of its electricity from wind energy without compromising grid reliability – while capturing wind energy’s economic and environmental benefits.
Looking for additional ways to standout? We can help!
We are happy to work with you to develop a tailor-made plan to ensure your brand stands out and maximizes participation at our show. Some of the many ways we can help, include:
- Help schedule press conferences and coordinate media coverage for product/service launches and other exciting developments at the show.
- Enhance promotion of innovative new products/services and stories through featured interviews in our blog and in email marketing.
- Advertise on digital platforms including our event website and eNewsletters.
- Stand out in front of your target audience with pre-event, onsite and post show sponsorship opportunities
Contact our representatives for exhibit & sponsorship opportunities:
+1 (873) 354-5616
Sales Director – International
+49 511 89-34116