With the professionally interlocking combination of trade fair and broad supporting program, E-world inspires its audience. From now on, visitors can inform themselves online about program highlights at the four specialist forums, buy trade fair tickets and register for conferences. Components of the program of Europe's leading trade fair for the energy industry will be the Leadership Meeting Energy and the Fiber Optic Forum. In addition, top-class program items will take place at the forums located in the exhibition halls on all three days of the event.
"We always attach great importance to a diverse and technically sound lecture program. In this way, we offer all interested parties the opportunity for exchange and the added value in terms of content that they have rightly come to expect from E-world," says Stefanie Hamm, Managing Director of E-world GmbH. Her management colleague Sabina Großkreuz adds: "The program is full of current and practical insights that participants can use directly for their business."
Four expert forums offer a program throughout the trade show
From May 23 to 25, experts will share their knowledge on four stages right in the middle of the trade show. The forums are thus central connecting points of the trade fair and platforms for professional exchange. This is where an international audience meets program partners and experts from a wide range of fields in the energy industry:
- New Energy Systems Forum (Hall 1): Program partners here include Weltenergierat - Germany, The European Smart Energy Solution Providers (ESMIG) and European Federation of Energy Traders (EFET), which focus on the expansion and integration of renewable energies in Germany and Europe. For example, on the 2nd day of the fair at 1 p.m., there will be information on "Smart Meter Rollout: Best Practices and Current Developments on the European Market".
- Hydrogen Solutions Forum (Hall 2): The focus here will be on projects and political and regulatory decisions on the subject of hydrogen. Topics include the emergence of national hydrogen markets and synthetic fuels.
- Future Forum (Hall 4): The energy industry is on the move. The Future Forum will shed light on the requirements and challenges it will face in the future. One program item on May 24 at 11 a.m. is the discussion panel of the German Emissions Trading Authority at the Federal Environment Agency on the leading question "Fit for 55 - What is the condition of emissions trading and how will it be made fit for the climate targets?"
- Change Forum (Hall 5): This forum analyzes the effects of the changes in the energy industry on energy suppliers and end consumers with project partners Bitkom, Eurelectric and the Swedish Energy Agency, among others. Highlights include the I/O Energy Tech Forum for CIOs, CTOs and developers on the second day of the trade fair and the Career Forum on May 25, which will be open to all career levels for the first time this year.
Trade visitors have free access to the forums with their trade show ticket. Registration documents and tickets for E-world and its events are available at www.e-world-essen.com. Information on the exhibitors and program items of the trade fair can be found in the E-world Community at https://community.e-world-essen.com.