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Decarbonising the world’s energy mix means fully exploiting the potential of renewables in the power, transport and building sectors. The Global Wind Summit is where we can set the agenda for sector-coupling and electrification to plan for a cleaner, greener world.
Anja-Isabel Dotzenrath – Chief Executive Officer, E.ON Climate & Renewables

The wind industry is breaking new ground in every respect today: geographically and economically, technologically and even politically. The Global Wind Summit is where all stakeholders will gather around a unified vision for the industry, worldwide, to ensure we continue breaking new ground in the future.
Hans-Dieter Kettwig – Managing Director, Enercon

Recent years have seen rapid evolution in the wind industry. The Global Wind Summit is about harnessing all that innovation and creating new potential for wind, worldwide. Electrification and sector-coupling are two major tools for unleashing the full potential of wind energy – onshore and offshore – and I look forward to discussing this in Hamburg in September.
Philippe Kavafyan – Chief Executive Officer, MHI Vestas


2018 in Hamburg: The Global Wind Summit

WindEnergy Hamburg: Global Industry In The Fast Lane Flagship fair delivers fresh power for global energy transition

WindEnergy Hamburg 2018 has further strengthened its position as the most important platform of the global wind industry, the event days have demonstrated convincingly. Many of the 1,482 exhibitors from 40 different countries at the world's leading expo of the onshore and offshore wind industry announced product launches and business transactions.

International interest in the industry event has increased further: The share of international exhibitors grown to more than 50per cent (as compared to 44per cent in 2016). All key players of the entire value chain were present in the fully-booked exhibition halls, including 16 wind turbine manufacturers from Europe, the Americas, and Asia.

The featured topics of this year's flagship fair included Dynamic Markets, Cost Effectiveness, and Smart Energy, putting the spotlight on current developments in the globally expanding wind industry. All in all, WindEnergy Hamburg was attended by 35,000 industry visitors from 100 countries (as in 2016); the share of international visitors grew to 45per cent.

Preliminary Final Report 2018

Highlights 2018 (02:16)

Further Videos


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WindEnergy Hamburg

You will meet the more than 1,400 companies exhibiting at WindEnergy Hamburg! See who is there and check the list of exhibitors and hallplans. At this point we already thank our many partners and our sponsors.

Exhibitor directory 2018
Partners and sponsors 2018

Global Wind Summit sponsored by


WindEnergy Hamburg sponsored by

GE Renewable Energy
Sarens

WindEurope Conference: POLITICS AND TECHNOLOGY IN DISCUSSION

Presentations, workshops, panel discussions – the WindEurope Conference, the greatest global conference of the wind industry, brings numerous top speakers from business and politics to the platform.

What does the future hold in store? What obstacles need to be overcome? What are the opportunities, and where are the risks? The WindEurope Conference gives straight talking.

Date

WindEnergy Hamburg - The global on & offshore expo
22 September - 25 September 2020

Frequency

every two years

Opening hours

Tue. - Thu.: 9.00 AM - 6.00 PM
Fri.: 9.00 AM - 4.00 PM

Halls

B-Area (Halls B1-B7)
Hall A1, Hall A4

Entrances

Central Entrance (Messeplatz)
Entrance East (Bei den Kirchhöfen / St. Petersburger Straße)
Entrance South (Karolinenstraße, Hall B6)


How to get there

The Hamburg Fair site is easy to get to by all means of transport. It is centrally located, with good transport connections, at the centre of Hamburg and in sight of Hamburg Dammtor InterCity rail station. Select your desired mode of transport, for fast and reliable travel.

Travel information

From the Airport, take S-Bahn S1 towards Wedel, and get off at Hamburg Central Station (Hauptbahnhof). Change across the platform to take S-Bahn S21 or S31, taking you to Dammtor (1 stop) or Sternschanze (2 stops).

From Dammtor station, it is just a fews minutes walk to CCH or to the East Entrance of the Hamburg Fair site.

From Sternschanze station, it is just a few minutes walk to the West Entrance or Central Entrance.

Travel time: travel by S-Bahn from the Airport to the Hamburg Fair or to the main entrance of CCH takes about 25 minutes.

Air Travel

In cooperation with Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH and Deutsche Bahn you travel safely and conveniently to WindEnergy Hamburg!

Your way to save the environment: Travel with 100% green power to your event with Deutsche Bahn long-distance services. We guarantee to get the energy you needed for your journey in Germany from 100% renewable sources.

Rail travel

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