The smarter E Europe Post Show Report

The post show reports present key figures and developments of The smarter E Europe and its parallel exhibitions Intersolar Europe, ees Europe, Power2Drive Europe and EM-Power Europe.

The reports are based on an exhibitor survey, a representative visitor survey as well as the registration data of exhibitors, visitors and conference attendees.

The detailed post show reports of The smarter E Europe 2023 and the four exhibitions are available for download here .

Below we have summarized some results and developments for you.

The smarter E Europe – Europe’s Largest Event for the Energy Industry

¹ No figures are available for 2020 due to the cancellation of the event due to Covid-19.

The focus of The smarter E Europe is on renewable energies, decentralization and digitalization of the energy industry as well as cross-sector solutions from the electricity, heat and transport sectors for a smart and sustainable energy supply.

In addition to sector coupling and decentralization, integrated and digitally networked solutions are becoming increasingly important. The smarter E Europe is aimed at international players in the most influential markets and provides exhibition visitors with new insights into innovative concepts and technologies for intelligent and sustainable energy supply.

There are many reasons to participate as an exhibitor – from the event atmosphere to the breadth of the product range and the internationality of the visitors. 94 percent of exhibitors rated The smarter E Europe 2023 as excellent/very good and good, and 85 percent of exhibitors plan to be back at the next event.

The Platform for Your Success

¹ No figures are available for 2020 due to the cancellation of the event due to Covid-19.

In 2023, 2,469 exhibitors from 47 countries offered 106,189 visitors a comprehensive market and technology overview on 180,000 sqm of exhibition space in 17 halls and an Outdoor Area.

Established companies as well as new businesses and start-ups are behind this impressive expansion. They represent the whole spectrum of products, services and solutions for the new energy world and offer the opportunity to gain new perspectives and fresh inspiration – from the latest trends to technologies and innovative concepts.

Be part of it and apply now !

Offers for start-ups can be found here .

The smarter E Europe – a Thoroughly International Event

¹ No figures are available for 2020 due to the cancellation of the event due to Covid-19.

Every year, The smarter E Europe becomes the international meeting place for the industry, from energy suppliers to investors and planners. In 2024, over 115,000 visitors from all over the world are expected.

The smarter E Europe is a driving force for international dialogue and knowledge sharing, bringing together people from around the world to take the next step towards the new energy future.

99 percent of exhibition visitors rated The smarter E Europe 2023 as excellent/very good and good, and 96 percent rated it as a flagship event.

Download the detailed post show reports

Further Content
Webinar Collection
Solar Energy in Africa – The New Role of the Continent

26.09.2023

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The solar market in Africa is full of promise: from solar lamps and rooftop installations to utility scale PV including storage, numerous PV applications are increasingly being deployed on the African continent.

Wes Stein, Chief Research Scientist for Solar Technologies at CSIRO
CSP – How Concentrated Solar Power Works

The smarter E Podcast Episode 150 | Language: English

September 14, 2023

With CSP we can achieve high temperatures of 150 - 1500 Celsius to drive power cycles or industrial processes such as cement production or green hydrogen. But how far along is CSP technology? Wes Stein will give us the answer to this and other questions.

Interview
"In the photovoltaic sector, the shortage of skilled workers at the level of electricians is estimated at around 60 to 100,000 people"

September 01, 2023

The shortage of electricians, air-conditioning technicians and IT specialists could put the brakes on the energy transition in Germany, because there is currently a shortage of around 216,000 skilled workers for the expansion of solar and wind energy. What opportunities are there in terms of training and continuing education? And what about the financing of training?

Marco Osterlein, Business Development Executive, adesso
No Energy Transition without the Cloud

The smarter E Podcast Episode 148 | Language: German

August 31, 2023

Marco Oesterlein, IoT expert and business developer, explains, why there can be no energy transition without the cloud.

Amélie Wippern is group manager for photovoltaics and electric mobility at Stadtwerke Energie GmbH
How Municipal Utilities Are Driving the Mobility Revolution

The smarter E Podcast Episode 152 | Language: German

October 5, 2023

How can utilities influence large-scale deployment of e-mobility? And what does a municipal approach to electric mobility look like?

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