PES brings you a preview from the leading international wind energy expo, which expects more than 1,200 exhibitors. It is the largest international business platform onshore and offshore and reflects the global market and the whole of the value chain. It is the meeting point for decision makers from all parts of the world. Hopefully you will come and see us at our booth.
WindEnergy Hamburg, the world’s leading expo for wind energy, will be held from 27 to 30 September 2016. Following the successful premiere in 2014, the Hamburg Fair site will again be the meeting point for decision makers in the energy business from all parts of the world. WindEnergy Hamburg covers the whole value chain of both the onshore and offshore wind industry, and is expanding this year, with an additional exhibition hall. Some 1,200 exhibitors will be presenting their innovations on some 65,000 square metres, in a total of nine exhibition halls. This global expo will be opened by its patron Sigmar Gabriel, Germany’s Minister of Economics. This year, for the first time, the WindEurope Conference will be held in parallel to WindEnergy Hamburg.
“WindEnergy Hamburg gives the industry the ideal platform to prepare international business and close specific deals,” says Bernd Aufderheide, President and CEO Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH.
“A key aspect for the companies is showcasing their latest developments, products and services and presenting new business models – at the location of Germany as the technology leader. This is also a chance to gain useful leads in new areas of industry, and to set the course for further development of the wind industry itself,” added Aufderheide. WindEnergy is entirely dedicated to the wind industry, and reflects the tremendous innovative power and dynamism of this sector, in both current and future key markets. “This is the showcase for hundreds of companies which are fully engaged in finding solutions for the great challenges of our times – combating climate change, reducing carbon emissions, and transforming our energy markets in an economically viable way.”