E world 2019 Consolidates Its Position
as the Leading Fair in the Energy Industry
E world energy & water offered an impressive look into the future of the energy supply. At Europe's leading fair in the energy industry, 780 exhibitors (a new record) from 26 nations presented their innovative products and services to the once more over 25,000 trade visitors. In this respect, it became apparent at Messe Essen: Digitalisation is opening up totally new development potential for the sector. Intelligent solutions are networking the energy supply of whole districts, are controlling the electricity consumption of the households while conserving resources and are strengthening the infrastructure of electromobility. Numerous decision takers from the political and economic fields and from associations used the three days of the E world fair in order to exchange ideas about the defining subjects in the sector, to establish new contacts and to obtain valuable information.
"Europe's leading fair in the energy industry has once more highlighted that it is the 'place to be' for the entire sector. That is also shown by the high proportion of international visitors which was ten percent higher than last year. We are particularly pleased that we were once again able to greet more decision takers. Four out of five E world visitors perform management functions. That optimally reflects the significance of the trade fair," according to Oliver P. Kuhrt, CEO of Messe Essen. Dr. Niels Ellwanger, Chairman of con'energy ag: "With 780 companies, more exhibitors than ever before presented themselves at E world. All the important players in the energy industry were represented. Together with numerous start-ups, associations and institutions, they showed, under the leitmotifs called 'Smart Cities' and 'Climate Solutions', innovative solutions which will exert crucial influences on the energy supply of tomorrow."
Images: R. Eberhard, messekompakt.com, EBERHARD print & medien agentur gmbh
Source: Messe Essen