Press Releases

The smarter E Europe – Press Release

The smarter E Europe 2021: 65 percent of the booth space booked in 2020 has already been reconfirmed for next year

August 3, 2020 – The smarter E Europe is Europe’s largest platform for the energy industry and the most important meeting point for the new energy world. The smarter E Europe was canceled this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic. However, things are already looking very good for the next…

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ees Europe – Press Release

Batteries and energy storage systems: Market and technology trends at the ees Innovation Day

July 27, 2020 – The innovation hub The smarter E is as present as ever in 2020, driving progress on the central issues of the new energy world – now with a number of additional digital formats. The next online event in the series “The smarter E goes digital” has a lot to offer the energy storage…

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Intersolar Europe – Press Release

Trends and technologies at the first Intersolar Innovation Day

July 9, 2020 – The global innovation hub The smarter E is once again concentrating its efforts on sharing information on energy industry topics and providing a networking opportunity for global industry players – now with a number of additional digital formats. The first ever Intersolar Innovation…

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The smarter E Europe – Press Release

The smarter E AWARD 2020: Pioneering projects and products rewarded with innovation prize

June 30, 2020 – This year, innovative business models and pioneering projects for a sustainable energy industry have once again been honored with The smarter E AWARD. Phaesun GmbH, Solar Chernobyl LLC and SunPower Corporation impressed the panel of judges with their pioneering efforts and were…

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Power2Drive Europe – Press Release

The new "charging systems market overview": larger product range and greater charging power for the e-mobility sector

June 25, 2020 – According to current figures from EV-volumes, the European market for plug-in hybrids and battery electric vehicles grew by 44 percent in 2019 compared with the previous year. The German government’s current stimulus package takes the expansion of charging infrastructure into account…

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