2020 GOES DIGITAL
Four days that keep on inspiring.
This year's WindEnergy Hamburg was the first digital event uniting the global wind industry to become a unifying media event in times of pandemic, gathering industry experts from all over the world in front of their screens. Many thanks to all who were present and contribute to set milestones on the way to net zero!
Premium content for a better world: From 1 - 4 December, WindTV broadcast a varied programme on the top topics of the industry in parallel via three live streaming channels from Brussels, Hamburg and UK. Under the motto "It's time to put climate first", leading representatives from business, politics, the climate movement, entertainment and sport came together to remind us all that the energy revolution remains the greatest challenge of our time.
From political frameworks and innovative turbine and hydrogen technologies to regional best cases and the involvement of local communities – the range of topics was broad and reached a global audience, with India, Denmark and China among the countries with the highest audience figures. Good news also came from the USA, which is sending the hoped-for market signals after the presidential election, so that AWEA CEO Tom Kiernan was able to give positive prospects for the promotion of offshore wind energy and energy storage solutions in a discussion with WindEurope CEO Giles Dickson.
Stream missed? Take a look on demand!
Over a total of 35 hours of broadcasting time, numerous interviews, expert sessions and presentations created a fascinating picture of an industry that is capable and willing to make a significant contribution to the global energy revolution, both on and offshore. Anyone who wants to can access shortly each of the 70 programme contributions 24/7 on demand. Seize this opportunity!
During WindEnergy Hamburg Digital, WindTV showed a top-class and varied programme of expert talks on the industry's hottest topics. One highlight chased the next – both in the Brussels studio of WindTV Premium and at the Hamburg WindTV Openstream.
Read more here and get a glimpse of what happens behind the scenes of WindTV.
Speakers' Corner / Exhibitor Talks
Leading suppliers of the wind industry will show their most innovative technologies and solutions at WindTV Openstream.
We put the spotlight on ‘hydrogen’ from wind power with a wide range of possible applications and solutions, as well as future-proof business models.
Your platform for international contacts at WindEnergy Hamburg 2020
GWEC Global Wind Brief
GWEC 's Global Wind Briefs cover all you need to know about some of the most exciting emerging markets for wind power around the world.
Not only did the experts and presenters in the various studios have something to say - the audience also eagerly exchanged views on the chats. Read here some of the chat contributions of the last days.
During the breaks, Berlin DJ Kriz Mental set accents of a somewhat different kind - with technobeats from Kraftwerk, among others.
By popular request, here are the complete playlists of the individual days.
Recharge is once again the Exclusive Official Media Partner of WindEnergy Hamburg 2020 and WindTV, the live platform being set by WindEurope, and have reshaped our delivery to give delegates the news and intelligence they need to make the most of WindEnergy Hamburg 2020.
This will include:
- a dedicated front-page carousel on our website carrying real-time reporting and analysis from the virtual conference floor and around the exhibitors stands
- a daily e-newsletter and five-minute video digest from Recharge Editor-in-chief Darius Snieckus curating the news you need to know – and why it matters to the wind market
- and a special WindEnergy Hamburg edition of the Agenda e-newsletter to capture the highlights of the week.
- streaming on socials through WindEnergy Hamburg as well as posting the high-caliber editorial
As the world’s wind energy industry gathers for WindEnergy Hamburg, FORESIGHT Climate & Energy is joining the dots and highlighting renewable energy’s role in the energy transition. As the exclusive electrification partner with WindEnergy Hamburg and WindEurope’s WindTV live platform, we are showing how decarbonisation efforts will be advanced using green electrification.
Our newest magazine tells of the efforts to increase electrification across the world, and where improvements are still needed:
- Transmission infrastructure needs strengthening in order to get the green electrons to where they need to be
- Heating and cooling of our homes and offices needs to use more electricity in order to decarbonise
- The transport sector is preparing for an increase in electric vehicles, but there are other ways to take advantage of clean electricity
- Heavy industry is looking for new processes that leverage green electricity