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Windpower Monthly to launch TV channel from EWEA 2013

Windpower Monthly is set to launch Windpower Monthly TV at the upcoming EWEA 2013 conference, broadcasting news and views on the wind energy industry.

Windpower Monthly TV to launch at EWEA 2013
Windpower Monthly TV to launch at EWEA 2013

The programmes, to be shot each day and consisting of interviews, news and other content as it happens, will run on screens around the event. Additionally, they will be free to view via Windpowermonthly.com and Ewea.org.

Windpower Monthly TV will be produced by the Windpower Monthly team in collaboration with EWEA and sponsored by Siemens Windpower.

A preview will be available at 1pm (GMT) on 22 January featuring EWEA CEO Christian Kjaer, Siemens head of product lifecycle management Peder Nickelsen, and the director and head of renewables at HG Capital, Tom Murley.

The broadcast will cover emerging markets, trends for 2013, finance and the funding of new projects, and Siemens talking about the future of turbine technology.

Windpower Monthly publisher William Kendrick said: "We are delighted to be working on this exciting collaboration between Windpower Monthly, EWEA and Siemens Windpower. In a changing media landscape, Windpower Monthly now has the potential to deliver content with immediacy and variety through a number of different platforms.

"EWEA 2013 looks set to be a great event and we look forward to broadcasting news, analysis and interviews directly from Vienna."

Windpowermonthly.com set to relaunch

This exclusive multimedia content comes as Windpower Monthly gears up for the relaunch of its website Windpowermonthly.com.

Designed in collaboration with Haymarket's web development team, the new site will boast a number of new features such as multimedia, image galleries, a translation app, a forum and regular data tables from sister brands Windpower Intelligence and Windpower Offshore, giving readers more indepth information from the sector.

The site will also include existing staples such as on-the-minute news, bulletins, features and Windpower Monthly's 25-year-old archive.

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