In a few weeks, the wind sector's largest international trade show opens its doors in Husum, Germany. From September 18-22, some 1,200 exhibitors will be on hand at the Husum Fairgrounds. An estimated 36,000 visitors are expected to have a look at the latest technological developments, products, and services. This year, the trade show is taking place under the aegis of EU Commissioners Günther Oettinger (Energy) and Connie Hedegaard (Climate).
From 23-26 September 2014, WindEnergy Hamburg – the global trade show for the wind power sector – will take place for the first time. Across 65,000 square meters of exhibition floor space, more than 1,000 planners, manufacturers, suppliers, financers, operators, energy providers, and service providers will be presenting themselves from the onshore and offshore sectors along with R&D.
The whole spectrum of renewable energies will be shown at the New Energy Husum: pellet heating or heat-pump-systems, systems for solar energy, biomass and geothermal energy, small wind turbines and storage systems as well as divers special exhibitions.
BWE and VDMA Power Systems publish WindGuard study on the cost situation of onshore wind energy – international comparison. Frankfurt/Berlin. On behalf of VDMA Power Systems and the German Wind Energy Association (BWE), Deutsche WindGuard developed an addition to the cost situation of onshore wind energy study published in autumn 2013 for the purpose of international comparison.