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Germany: 18 national pavilions at WindEnergy Hamburg

Trade visitors and delegations expected from all parts of the world

WindEnergy Hamburg, the world’s leading wind industry fair, will be held from 27 to 30 September. Once again it will be the global business platform for companies in the wind industry, with more than 1,200 exhibitors from over 30 nations presenting their latest products and services for onshore and offshore in a total of 9 exhibition halls. More than 30% of exhibitors are from abroad, according to the provisional figures. Visitors and delegations with representatives of the greatest importance for economic policy are expected from all parts of the world at this trade fair, which is wholly dedicated to the global wind industry. This year, for the first time, the conference WindEurope Summit will be held in parallel to WindEnergy Hamburg.

National pavilions

WindEnergy Hamburg 2016 will again feature national pavilions presenting the wind companies of the respective countries – a total of 18 pavilions are currently registered. The largest country presentation, filling a whole exhibition hall, is from Denmark, with 90 exhibitors. The partner there is DWEA, the Danish Wind Export Association. Other pavilions are from European countries such as Belgium, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Turkey. And the Basque Country makes its presentation in its own pavilion with companies from the offshore sector. The wind energy markets in North and South America will be present with joint pavilions from Argentina, the United States and Canada. Asia is there too, with a national pavilion from China.

Many more companies from these and other countries have stands in the nine exhibition halls of WindEnergy Hamburg, presenting their product innovations and services to international visitors and negotiating business agreements. They include exhibitors from Brazil, Bahrain, India, Japan, Korea (South Korea) and the United Arab Emirates. As well exhibitors from China are present at WindEnergy Hamburg in September, and turbine manufacturer Envision will in fact have the biggest individual stand.

Visitor delegations expected from all parts of the world

WindEnergy Hamburg expects trade visitors from all parts of the world. Some three months before the start of the exhibition on 27 September, a large number of visitor delegations have already registered, for example from Turkey, Estonia, Taiwan, Japan and Malaysia. The world’s leading wind industry fair in Hamburg gives decision makers from the energy industry in established and emerging markets great opportunities to network and gain leads for further business development and deals. The four days of the event will be characterised by discussions with key international players, and with small and medium-sized specialist companies from the whole of the value chain, who will be present with their experts.

For more information and extensive details on the fair, please visit windenergyhamburg.com, and for the WindEurope Conference please visit www.windeurope.org

WindEnergy Hamburg – at the Hamburg Fair site from 27 to 30 September 2016

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