Two of the biggest global events for the wind industry will take place in September. German Hamburg will host the Expo and the WindEnergy Congress. There will be no shortage of Polish wind industry representatives there. They will be presented at a joint stand by Polish Wind Energy Association (PWEA).
WindEnergy Hamburg is the world’s largest expo and congress that reflects the dynamics of the wind industry in all its aspects. In 2022, for the first time, the H2 EXPO CONFERENCE will be held concurrently with WindEnergy Hamburg. The event will be an international meeting place for the production, distribution and use of green hydrogen. All key project developers and investors in the wind energy sector will meet to share ideas and views with key stakeholders from business and political circles.
– It should be noted that the Hamburg fair is a particularly important event for companies in the offshore industry. This emerging sector of the Polish economy attracts huge interest from entrepreneurs from all over the world, which is why it is so important to mark your presence as investors, suppliers and manufacturers with a stable position in the market. This is because in the coming years it may be crucial for Polish local content to cooperate with experienced foreign offshore players in order to reap the greatest possible benefits from offshore farms. I am convinced that meetings such as the one coming up in Germany are an ideal opportunity for business talks and strategic friendships in the industry, says Janusz Gajowiecki, President of PWEA, in an interview with Baltic Wind.
Meanwhile, the Expo will provide an excellent opportunity for business networking and collaboration among existing manufacturers, suppliers, financiers, operators or service providers for both onshore and offshore farms. The list of exhibitors will include experienced industry leaders, as well as young creative companies with high innovative potential and a true pioneering spirit, associated with the industry in the international wind industry market.
Therefore, this year PWEA decided to prepare a Polish Pavilion, where Polish companies from the onshore and offshore industry can present themselves. It’s critical for the enterprise’s growth to make its mark on a platform of success like WindEnergy Hamburg.