Essen, June, 21, 2022
Innovations and discussions set the stage for the three-day trade fair
How is the European energy supply developing and where is it heading? How can we organize a secure, sustainable and independent energy supply? Answers to these questions can be found at Europe’s leading trade fair for the energy industry. From June 21st to the 23rd, around 730 exhibitors from 27 countries will be presenting their innovative products and services for the energy of today and tomorrow to the trade public at the E-world energy & water at Messe Essen. At the same time, experts from business, politics, and industry associations will be discussing how to shape the required framework conditions. “The topics being addressed at E-world have always been very relevant to society as a whole. However, the debate about the approaches to achieving a climate-neutral energy supply and integration of renewable energies has now taken on a new quality in the public eye. This makes having personal contact at E-world even more important. The trade fair and conference encourage people to share ideas and information and deliver answers to hot topics and contentious issues,” explain the chief executive officers of E-world GmbH, Stefanie Hamm and Sabina Großkreuz.
The different aspects of the energy transition are just as multifaceted as the exhibitors at E-world: They range from intelligent control systems of power grids and the diversification of energy production, storage and e mobility to hydrogen and thermal energy transition. Companies, institutions and research institutions will be presenting solutions for all of these issues and many others in the exhibition halls. They include international market leaders as well as start-ups and niche players.
In the theme area of “Smart Energy” in the exhibition halls 4 and 5, exhibitors will be showing how intelligent digital systems facilitate the decarbonization of the energy industry and adjacent sectors. Start-ups in particular are providing important momentum in this respect by taking innovative approaches and providing new business cases. State funding programs have enabled them to participate in E-world. Trade visitors can get information on the solutions being offered by start-ups and their founders in the “Innovation” exhibition area in hall 5.
The focus of the “Trading Floor” theme in hall 1 is on developments in the stock markets and energy procurement. In the “Trading Floor” area, visitors interested in risk management, prognostics or emissions trading can find products and services related to these topics and discuss them with experts. The new joint stand “Hydrogen Solutions”, which is also in hall 1, will be showcasing application options and development programs related to the promising energy source of hydrogen.
Top-notch conference and forum program on the latest energy issues
The top-notch and informative conference program is a fundamental part of E-world. In the accompanying conference, representatives from politics, business and associations will be sharing their knowledge on the latest topics in the energy industry. Among others, the program includes conference blocks such as “Housing Industry Meets Suppliers”, “Energy Services 2022: Where is the Market Heading”, and “The Hydrogen Forum”. For the first time, the event will include the Future Congress, which is being held by “NRW.Energy4Climate”, North RhineWestphalia’s new state company for energy and climate protection. Three professional forums, “Customer Solutions”, “Infrastructure” and “Trading”, will provide visitors with interesting insider knowledge directly in the exhibition halls. These special areas are freely accessible with no registration required.
E-world is also dedicated to promoting young talent and offers businesses an ideal opportunity for recruiting so that the industry can continue to remain innovative. The career forum brings students and recent graduates together with industry representatives. This networking program has already started digitally before the trade fair. On June 23rd, participants will have the opportunity to meet young talent personally at E-world. A live program with reports from young professionals about their experience and helpful input from HR managers will round off the recruiting event. The E-world event and program has sparked a lot of interest internationally. This is reflected in the positive response to Consulate Day. Among others, attendees will be coming from European countries such as Iceland, Poland or Belgium as well as from oversees, including Japan, Nigeria and Myanmar. Ambassadors, consul generals, consuls, attachés for economic affairs, and representatives from chambers of foreign trade as well as small and medium-sized businesses have registered for the event in order to make new contacts, network and continue to shape the future of the international energy supply sector.