There was music in the air at the opening of this year's European Wind Energy Conference. Delegates were welcomed by an octet of wind instruments playing music by Mozart and Beethoven and a piece in the style of Handel specially composed for the event, entitled Wind Energy Air, or Don't Hold a Candle to Handel. Among the players was the European Wind Energy Association's wind integration consultant, Frans van Hulle. The musical welcome was followed by a ballerina who gave a mesmerising performance, interpreting the wind's energy in a swirl of billowing silk.
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