The world’s leading wind industry trade show will be held as a physical event in September. The H2 exhibition and conference are scheduled as a side event
Wind power Hamburg 2022 will again transform the city on the Elbe into a global meeting point for the wind energy sector under the heading “Climate First”. Organizers expect around 1,400 exhibitors and more than 35,000 attendees from around the world at the Hamburg Messe and Congress from September 27-30. The theme of green hydrogen is set to take center stage among current trends and products in the onshore and offshore sectors. For the first time, the new H2 exhibition and conference will take place alongside the main event. The production, distribution and use of future technologies will be central.
Wind Energy Hamburg 2022: green hydrogen in the spotlight
“Green hydrogen is the topic of the future, and we would like to give it the biggest possible stage at Wind Energy Hamburg 2022,” says Bernd Aufderheide, Chairman of the Board of Hamburg Stand Messe and Congress GmbH. The whole sector will be present, from project developers start-ups, to exchange with economic and political actors. Visitors will also be able to learn about the global value chain of the wind power and turbine construction industry to get a perspective on the current state of the sector and its future.
Hamburg will be the meeting place for the global wind industry
“In a sector that is developing so dynamically, our Wind Energy Hamburg is the event at which key players, decision makers and pioneers gather information, network and make deals,” continues Aufderheide. “Global Focus knowledge transfer can be conducted here. A series of networking opportunities and presentations from wind energy experts are planned alongside the exhibition. And for the first time, the conference program will be made available free of charge to all visitors.
Wind Energy Hamburg has been held every two years since 2014 in the Elbe metropolis and is considered the leader in the wind industry first world fair. The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), the European association WindEurope and the German Stand contractors associations VDMA and BWE participated in the design of the program. In 2020, Wind Energy Hamburg was held at numerical format because of the pandemic.