Renewable energy is more than just an alternative to conventional energy sources. This is where The smarter E Europe comes in, as the most important innovation hub for new energy solutions, dedicating itself to all topics relevant for the industry. For international stakeholders who are helping drive the clean energy transition, it provides a wealth of information about the potential offered by the new energy world. The smarter E Europe comprises exhibitions, conferences, forums, workshops and other events offering exhibitors, visitors and partners alike a chance to discuss visions and pioneering concepts surrounding the modern energy industry. The platform sets focal points and trends, advances developments and promotes an exchange of ideas between industries.
The smarter E Europe is bringing together four exhibitions from June 17–19, 2020:
The whole spectrum of the industry will be covered, offering visitors a comprehensive overview of trends, technologies and innovative concepts for the new energy world. Additionally, The smarter E Forum will take place on all three days of the exhibition. Various aspects of the energy sector, technologies and challenges will be examined at the Forum, and current approaches and solutions will be introduced and discussed. The smarter E Europe also includes the Smart Renewable Systems Conference, where leading experts in the energy sector will discuss fundamental industry issues. Anyone who wishes to help shape the energy future will be at The smarter E Europe in Munich.
As a result of the planned nuclear and coal phase-out, the threat of an “electricity shortfall” is impending in just a few years, warn market researchers. Only if photovoltaic systems are significantly expanded from 2020 onwards and are flanked by sufficient storage capacity, will the security of supply and climate protection be equally guaranteed.
This emerges from the first results of a study by the market and economic research company EuPD Research. In the renewable energies sector, with the exception of photovoltaics, there is no technology available that can be expanded in large quantities in the short term. As a rule, hurdles for long-term approval and grid connection procedures, such as in the wind sector, do not exist for solar systems.
Innovative power plants for sustainable energy supply and efficient energy storage systems take home this year’s The smarter E AWARD.
BayWa r.e. renewable energy GmbH, mondas GmbH and Siemens AG are the winning contenders in the Outstanding Projects category. In the Smart Renewable Energy category, the accolade goes to Axiotherm GmbH, SolarGaps and Stäubli Electrical Connectors GmbH.
The new energy world is renewable, decentralized and digital. Come find out for yourself at Europe’s largest platform for the energy industry The smarter E Europe in Munich. You can learn about the latest trends in the energy industry, where sector coupling is all the buzz, bringing together the previously separate electricity, heating and mobility sectors, and giving rise to novel business models, innovations and projects nearly every day.