EM-Power, the exhibition for intelligent energy use in industry and buildings, is the first exhibition in Germany to put the spotlight on professional energy customers – with their demand for efficient energy technologies, intelligent control systems and energy savings – and the key concepts underpinning the energy transition in industry and the building sector. Alongside Intersolar Europe, ees Europe and Power2Drive Europe, it is part of The smarter E Europe - Europe’s largest energy industry platform.
The forecasts of the current study "The Energy Transition in the Context of the Nuclear and Coal Phaseout" by EuPD Research in cooperation with The smarter E Europe and the BSW Solar show that in order to avoid a shortfall in electricity generation, photovoltaics and storage must be greatly expanded in Germany.
The positive side effect: by 2030, this would be accompanied by a significant positive effect on employment and revenue. Within the next decade, the employment within the German photovoltaic and storage industry could triple, creating more than 50,000 new jobs. The forecasted industry revenue would grow during this period from five to 12.5 billion euros.
Watch the highlights and topics of EM-Power 2019 in this video.
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.
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