A focused expo concept by established industry experts

WindEnergy Hamburg is organised by Hamburg Messe und Congress in cooperation with Messe Husum & Congress. As the global leader in its sector, WindEnergy Hamburg is the international meeting point and is held in even-numbered years, while HUSUM Wind is the meeting point for the German-speaking wind energy market and is held in oddnumbered years.

WindEnergy Hamburg is much more than just a trade fair. It covers the whole value chain of wind energy, and provides a special focus for expertise in its section on storage technologies. It also has an extensive supporting programme and lots of added value, such as synergy with SMM, the leading international maritime industry fair, which is held at the Hamburg Messe site shortly before WindEnergy Hamburg. This and many other benefits make WindEnergy Hamburg the key wind industry event.

Wind energy is the key to resilience, security of supply and climate neutrality in the energy system. I am thrilled by the spirit of optimism, dynamism and agility that could be felt here on every square meter of the trade fair. The political will for the ambitious expansion targets is a great opportunity for the industry and must now be supported with concrete political measures.

Dr. Dennis Rendschmidt, Managing Diretor VDMA Power Systems

Dennis rendschmidt, VDMA Power Systems

The success of this week’s fair has surpassed all expectation. The appetite of governments and industry to take advantage of the huge opportunities in the wind industry’s major and emerging markets was evident. From the huge crowds at GWEC’s Global Markets Theatre all the way through to busy stands up and down the conference centre, the industry’s readiness to rapidly scale up and deliver on the ambitious targets set by countries across the globe, was clear.

Ben Backwell, CEO Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)

Ben Backwell, Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC)

Gathering for WindEnergy in Hamburg again for the first time in four years really feels good, especially in a year that is so important for our industry. We can see that the industry clearly understands the political decisions made in Berlin as what they are: the confirmation that wind energy is the powerful and reliable future source of the bulk of our energy. No wonder the mood at this international industry show was decidedly optimistic in a way we haven’t experienced for many years.

Björn Spiegel, Vice President of Bundesverband Windenergie e.V. (BWE)

Björn Spiegel, Bundesverband Winenergie e.V. (BWE)

In these times of massive economic challenges, we must not lose sights of our main goals: To ensure energy security for our industries and people and at the same time to reduce the impacts of climate change. Therefore, we need more renewables and we need more Wind Power – and WindEnergy Hamburg is exactly the right place to bring the people together who effects the necessary developments as fast as possible.

Sven Utermöhlen, CEO Offshore Wind at RWE Renewables and Chairman WindEurope

Sven Utermöhlen, RWE Renewables / WindEurope

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