Flagship show WindEnergy Hamburg gets more wind in its sails

In September, Hamburg will be the meeting place of the international wind energy industry when WindEnergy Hamburg will blow into town on the campus of Hamburg Messe und Congress (HMC) for what will be the largest international onshore and offshore wind energy expo.

After Hall A3 had been added earlier in response to the strong demand, HMC has since expanded the exhibition floor one more time by including the upper level of Hall B2, which will be dedicated to the offshore segment.  

“More than 1,500 exhibitors from 40 countries will showcase the entire value chain of the wind industry. An event of this breadth and depth is only conceivable in Hamburg. Featured topics this year will include Digitalisation, Artificial Intelligence and Recruiting,” says Andreas Arnheim, director WindEnergy Hamburg. The show runs 24-27 September 2024, giving industry visitors a chance to meet with companies specialising in key stages of the value chain, from turbines and rotor blades to mechanical and electrical components, and from logistics, safety and finance to insurance, innovative materials and Smart Energy.

Many exhibitors offering employment opportunities will be represented in the Recruiting Area and skilled professionals and young talents will be able to make contact with personnel managers from exhibiting companies.

Start-up companies can join the exhibition stand for young, innovative enterprises. And, for the first time, Hamburg Messe und Congress will present its AI CENTER, located in Hall A3. It will be entirely dedicated to advanced AI technologies and their potential application in the wind industry.

Visitors and exhibitors will be able to take part in the accompanying conference programme on five open stages located within the exhibition halls, engage in subject-specific dialogue and build their networks. How can I tap new markets? How can I be competitive with my product? How can we utilise wind power to meet all the energy needs of the future? are some of the questions that will be discussed and explored in depth by experts from politics, industry associations and the business world in around 150 conference sessions.

Following the speeches and presentations, the networking format ‘Wine o’clock’ will turn the stages in Halls A3, B1, B5 and B6 into meeting places for fair participants to exchange views and ideas in a relaxed atmosphere.

WindEnergy Hamburg organisers expect 1,500 companies from 40 countries to present their innovations and solutions in ten exhibition halls to up to 40,000 visitors from 100 different nations. The show floor is expected to measure 73,500sqm across the exhibition campus.

The WindEnergy Hamburg team is developing its programme jointly with partners, including the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), the European organisation WindEurope, the national industry associations VDMA and BWE, leading industry media, and companies from the wind energy sector.

All conference sessions are free of charge and will take place on five open stages located inside the exhibition halls. 


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