We are pleased to be there and to be able to introduce our enbreeze 10 kW wind turbine. All other information on all topics and exhibitors can be found at www.new-energy.de. For industry experts, the following is clear: The heart of the energy revolution beats in Husum. At the New Energy Husum, exhibitors and trade fair visitors from all areas come together so that renewable energies continue to coalesce and complement each other. In this way the energy revolution is further driven from below. Since at the fairground the HUSUM Wind continues to be one of the largest wind trade fairs, Husum finds itself virtually in the center of the energy revolution. The New Energy Husum is one of the most important exhibitions in the field of renewable energy. Since 2002 it has served as a stage for decentralized power generation based on all renewable energy types. The topics and techniques range from small wind technologies (up to 100 kW) to the use of biogas, solid biomass (pellets, split logs, and wood chips for heating), solar thermal, heat pumps, cogeneration, photovoltaic, heating networks, and energy storage through to electromobility and energy-efficient and ecological construction. At the trade fair and at the visitor forums, visitors will learn more about energy-efficient building concepts, use and storage of renewable energy, and how they themselves can generate heat and electricity. Trade fair stands in regard to alternative mobility are complemented by a large test track in the outdoor area. In addition to the exhibition, visitors can expect an extensive program of events that changes daily. In parallel to the trade fair, several workshops and discussions will be organized in cooperation with well-known institutions and professional associations from policy, business, and academia. In the congress, trade visitors can obtain information regarding current technologies and talk with experts. The international small wind industry meets at the “World Summit for Small Wind,” the most important summit of the small wind industry.
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