WindEnergy Hamburg press releases

Flagship fair WindEnergy Hamburg just keeps growing

In September, Hamburg will be the meeting place of the international wind energy industry

 

Eleventh WindEnergy trend:index: Positive mood prevails in the German wind industry while Asia and North America see an upturn.

In the eleventh edition of the WEtix report, the positive assessments given six months ago for Germany, Europe, North America and Asia remain largely unchanged. Following a slight downturn during the last six-month assessment period, the latest survey shows a minute improvement. Asia and North…

WindEnergy Hamburg and HUSUM WIND extend agreement

The partnership agreement between Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH and Messe Husum und Congress GmbH & Co. KG governing the organisation of the two wind energy trade fairs, in place since 2014, has been updated and extended until December 2029. As in the past, WindEnergy Hamburg will take place in…

WindEnergy 2022 wetix Autumn 2022 Mockup (EN)
Tenth WindEnergy trend:index: Mood in the German wind industry remains near record high

In the tenth edition of the WEtix report, the positive assessments seen in the previous report six months ago for Germany, Europe, North America and Asia remain at the same general levels. Yet, a very slight decline can be observed in nearly all categories. The continuous steep rise of the mood in…

It’s Time To Put Climate First: WindEnergy Hamburg and H2EXPO & CONFERENCE lend powerful impetus to the expansion of renewable energy

This year’s WindEnergy Hamburg ended on Friday with the entire wind energy and hydrogen industry signalling a strong sense of optimism and anticipation. On Hamburg’s exhibition campus more than 1,400 international exhibitors showcased the full range of innovations and solutions the onshore and…

WindEnergy Hamburg's exhibitors present many innovations

Numerous innovations are being presented this week at the world's leading trade fair WindEnergy Hamburg. Until Friday, the entire portfolio of the wind energy industry on land and at sea can be seen at the Hamburg Messe with more than 1400 exhibitors from 37 countries.

WindEnergy Hamburg: Wind energy industry’s “Hamburg Declaration on Wind Power's Response to the Energy and Climate Crises” documents clear demands on governments

Today marks the beginning of WindEnergy Hamburg, the trade fair of the international onshore and offshore wind industry. With more than 1,400 exhibitors from 37 nations, the global flagship fair finally provides exhibiting companies and industry visitors with an urgently needed platform for personal…

Windräder und Schiff im Wasser
Floating wind at WindEnergy Hamburg

From demonstration projects to industrial scale

WindEnergy Hamburg trade fair ticket includes comprehensive, free conference programme

This year for the first time WindEnergy Hamburg offers its full conference and support programme without requiring extra admission tickets. Presented on four open stages inside the exhibition halls, the programme is more extensive than ever. The WindEnergy Hamburg team present this programme jointly…

WindEnergy Hamburg Flaggen und Fernsehturm
Focus on wind turbine upscaling at WindEnergy Hamburg 2022

The fast growing global wind industry continuously scales up onshore and offshore turbine offerings through incremental innovation as well as more radical out-of-the-box solutions. According WindEurope’s Wind Energy in Europe; 2021 statistics and the outlook for 2022-2026 released this February, the…

Offshore wind power at WindEnergy Hamburg: An innovative industry for our energy future

According to the Global Offshore Wind Report 2022 published by the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) on June 29, a total capacity of 21.1GW was connected to the grid in 2021, a new industry record and three times more than in 2020. This brought the cumulative global offshore capacity to 56GW by…

Focus on the Netherlands at WindEnergy Hamburg: An innovative industry and a wide range of services

The Netherlands has excellent natural conditions for wind power. And the dutch government is betting heavily on offshore wind farms: In 2050 all energy used in the Netherlands must come from renewable sources and offshore wind is key to the transition to a zero-carbon energy supply. Together with…

Leading international trade fair WindEnergy Hamburg and the H2EXPO & CONFERENCE are setting their sights on the increased development of renewable energies.

From 27 to 30 September 2022, Hamburg will become an energy hub for the world. For four days, at WindEnergy Hamburg everything at the trade show site will revolve around generating energy from wind and its exploitation. At the H2EXPO & CONFERENCE, it is all about the generation, transport, storage…

WindEnergy 2022 wetix Spring 2022 Mockup (EN)
Ninth WindEnergy trend:index published: Mood in Germany better than ever before

In the ninth edition of the WindEnergy trend:index, the wind power market received positive ratings for all regions; respondents believe the Ukraine war will only have a short-lived negative impact if any. While the markets in Europe, Asia and North America had been seen in an optimistic light even…

Eighth WindEnergy trend:index Published

Global Wind Industry Continues To Look To Future With Optimism

Seventh WindEnergy trend:index Published: Wind industry in good spirits around the globe; Germany achieves best rating since beginning of WEtix surveys

The data published in the seventh issue of the WindEnergy trend:index reflect the most positive mood ever observed in the international wind energy sector. In particular, the long-term market expectations are a major factor contributing to the optimistic assessment of onshore and offshore wind.…

New Project Director for WindEnergy Hamburg and NORTEC

Andreas Arnheim became new Project Director for WindEnergy Hamburg and NORTEC on 1 September 2021. He follows Anja Holinsky who has taken on responsibilities in business development at Hamburg Messe und Congress GmbH.

Contact

Uta Westermann

PR Manager

Uta Westermann