Energy industry today means challenges, innovations and a large amount of new discoveries which will change our habits, lives and culture. To stay abreast of the latest developments, you can't afford to miss the next edition of Hannover Messe, 13-17 April. The world's largest trade fair for industrial technology will give you a concentrated overview of all the latest developments in energy-related technologies. Come to Hannover, Germany, and find out how the world's smartest companies are planning to shape our energy future.
At Hannover Messe, you'll see the latest future-defining solutions for all parts of the energy industry. And in 2015, there will be a whole new display area to explore. The new Environmental Technologies & Resource Efficiency section of the Energy show will present all the latest innovations from a highly dynamic part of the energy industry. The market for green solutions is expanding rapidly as companies are increasingly realizing that these technologies are not only the key to reducing their environmental footprint but can also significantly reduce their production costs. To find out which solutions are right for you and to get a feel for the potential cost savings in your organization, visit Hannover Messe 2015.
Energy and the environment have become critical issues that have a decisive influence on the long-term viability of most manufacturers. Can you afford to lose your information edge in this fast-evolving field of technology?
Deutsche Messe AG
With a turnover of 312 million euros in 2013, Deutsche Messe AG is one of the ten largest exhibition companies in the world and organizes the largest trade fair complex worldwide. In 2013 DM developed, planned and brought to reality a total of 119 fairs and congresses both in germany and abroad, with 41,000 exhibitors and 4 million visitors. Their event portfolio includes leading international trade fairs as CeBIT Hannover (information and communication technology), Hannover Messe (industrial technology), CeMAT (intralogistics), DOMOTEX (flooring) and LIGNA (wood and forestry). With more than 1,000 employees and 66 representative offices, subsidiaries and branches, its presence is granted in more than 100 countries.