Essen, February 10, 2022
As the leading trade fair for the European energy industry, E-world is an important meeting place for the sector. Usually, the trade fair marks the start of the year in the industry event calendar with its date in February. This year, there will be a new date from June 21 to 23, 2022. This date has met with great approval among exhibitors: Currently, 80 percent of the space from 2020 has already been booked. In addition, numerous new companies have expressed their interest in participating as exhibitors for the first time.
From now on, visitors can get an idea of E-world 2022. On the event's website, the updated hall plan provides information on participating companies, exhibition areas and program venues. Detailed information and contact data for individual exhibitors as well as the complete program at the specialist forums and in the conferences can be found on the digital platform E-world Community at https://community.e-world-essen.com. Tickets can already be purchased in the official E-world ticket store for both the trade fair and the conferences.
It became clear early on that the entire supporting program would move to the summer date. Conferences such as the Leadership Meeting Energy, the Fiber Optic Forum and the Hydrogen Forum will enrich E-world as usual with top-class speakers and industry-relevant topics. In the meantime, all exhibitors registered for 2022 have also committed to the date in June. "We are very pleased that our exhibitors stick to E-world, remain loyal to us and integrate the new date into their annual planning. The trade fair in summer meets with great approval: On the part of the visitors, we hear a lot of confirmation and anticipation of a sunny E-world," says Stefanie Hamm, Managing Director of E-world energy & water GmbH. Her managing director colleague Sabina Großkreuz adds: "We would like to thank all our partners for the good cooperation creating a successful E-world 2022! We are working full of energy and confidence towards the event in June and are looking forward to the great reunion of the industry at a first-class trade fair experience as usual."