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14-15 June 2011, Rome, Italy

Shaping the future of the Italian wind sector

With Italy now placed as Europe’s third largest wind energy producer, don’t miss out on the huge potential Wind Power Italia has to offer. Get the chance to network and learn from the most senior practitioners shaping the Italian wind industry and discover how they intend to maintain the momentum of the Italian market.

Meet face to face with the following key speakers:

Roberta Benedetti, Managing Director, EON Climate and Renewables

Michele Scopia, Director, Renewable Energy Department, Toto

Carlo Di Primio, General Manager, International Power Italia

Iris Flacco, Director, Energy Sector, Abruzzo Region

Giulio Volpi, Principal Administrator, Desk for Italy, Spain and Portugal, Renewable Energy Policy, Directorate General for Energy, EU Commission

Carlo Durante, CEO, Maestrale

Cesare Fera, President, Fabbrica Energie Rinnovabili Alternative

Fabio Mondini de Focatiis, Chief Executive Officer, RenEn

Asela Jayampathy, Vice President, Foreign Investment, TRE – Tozzi Renewable Energy

Ezio Sesto, President, WindFOR

Arturo Sferruzza, Partner, Norton Rose

Corrado Bacco, Director, Wind Power Technologies and Investments, Edison Energie Speciali

Paolo Paoletti, General Manager Renewable Energy, Sorgenia

Claudio Zanini, Chief Executive Officer, REnInvest

Pio Forte, Energy Product Specialist, UniCredit Leasing

Luigi De Simone, CEO, ICQ Holding

Paolo Grossi, COO, Italy, RWE Innogy

Luciano Barra, Director, Energy Department, Ministry of Economic Development

Anna Vesco, Associate, McDermott Will & Emery Studio Legale Associato

Why attend Wind Power Italia?

• Italy is Europe’s 3rd largest market for wind, with a 2020 target of 12,680 MW, meaning huge opportunities exist in the market despite the change in the incentive scheme

• Italy’s current installed capacity stands at 5,797 MW and it has a wealth of unique expertise, from the design of new wing profiles for low-wind regime rotor blades to semi-subsea platforms for off-shore plants. These are exciting assets that can help to create wealth, opportunity and grow the Italian wind market

• The recent halt in the national nuclear program is expected to transfer political support to the renewable sector, where wind will play a major role as the most mature technology

• The 2020 target is highly achievable with just 6,883 MW standing between now and then.

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