E-world energy & water 2016:
smart energy exhibition area on further course for growth
The most successful community concept in the E-world: the Smart Energy exhibition area. Over the past three years, the number of companies in this area has quadrupled. Over 100 exhibitors have already registered for 2016 to exhibit their intelligent and efficient energy solutions in the field of Smart Energy at Europe's leading Trade Fair for the energy and water management industry.
Important topics will again be the effective networking and control of power generators, storage systems and consumers. Intelligent metering equipment will again be the focus of interest, particularly in view of the Smart Meter rollout and the planned law on digitisation of energy management.
The hall layout is being further optimised to improve the presentation of the Trade Fair even further in the area of Smart Energy. Exhibitors in this sector now have Halls 4 and 7 available to them, as well as the galleries - which guarantees a more continuous and compact exhibition area.
This approach is proving popular in the industry - Vodafone, Zeppelin, Robert Bosch, Lichtblick, Hypos, Beegy, brightOne and Naturstrom, amongst others, have already signed up.
Added value through
high-quality podium discussions and lectures
The Smart Energy area is again accompanied by a high-quality supporting programme with two forums. E-world is working together with the ZVEI- (Central Association of the Electrical Engineering and Electronics Industry e.V.), the Digital Association BITKOM, the German Energy Efficiency Enterprise Initiative e.V. (DENEFF) and the Federal Association of New Energy Management.
The politically-oriented Energy Transition Forum is dedicated to developing decentralised generating facilities, setting up virtual power plants and potential applications and marketing opportunities for energy storage. Other topics include the intelligent interlinking of municipal energy, communications and transport infrastructures, as well as energy efficiency. In connection with this, one afternoon will be dedicated to the direct marketing of renewable energy in Germany and
France - our partners in this area are the European electricity exchange EPEX Spot and the German-French Office for Renewable Energies.
The main topic covered by the second forum entitled "Smart Tech" is Smart Grids and the challenges of network control technology. Another important topic is Big Data. Speakers will discuss data quality, IT infrastructures and innovative new solutions.
All visitors to the Trade Fair will have free entry to the specialist lectures in both Smart Energy forums.
Images: R. Eberhard, messekompakt.com, EBERHARD print & medien agentur gmbh
Source: E-world energy & water)