REH at Wind Energy Hamburg and H2 Expo and Conference

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After a two-year coronavirus-enforced break, the Renewable Energy Hamburg Cluster Agency was delighted to have a physical presence at WindEnergy Hamburg 2022, the world’s leading trade fair for onshore and offshore wind energy, featuring two large joint stands and 18 companies. A total of around 42,000 visitors from 93 countries attended the trade fair and H2 Expo and Conference premiere. 1,400 exhibitors from 37 countries presented their products and services. In addition, 18 nations were represented with their own pavilions.

International markets for offshore wind

At the International Networking Reception, REH partners presented emerging international offshore markets. Sandra Li and Aidan Campbell, UK Department of International Trade, presented the United Kingdom’s ambitious expansion targets and digitalisation projects. Mike Matthews, US Representative to the German Offshore Wind Initiative, presented the Biden Administration’s ambitious plans for the west and east coast of the US. Andrew Birch and Yaushiro Hattori, Energy Agency of Fukushima, rounded off the event with presentations on Japan and Fukushima.

Recruiting in the Renewables

How do you get into the renewable energies industry? On traditional recruitment Friday, four women, Linda Wagner, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, Hanna Schürmann, Enlite Engineering and Consulting GmbH, Johanna Robke, Vattenfall, and Jennifer Kühn, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy, spoke about their professional career paths and gave students valuable tips at the Recruiting in the Renewables event.

As well as these two workshops, the REH Cluster Agency also organised an extensive supporting programme: a panel discussion on hydrogen projects in northern Germany and an evening reception at the legendary Mojo Club on Hamburg’s Reeperbahn for around 300 international guests.

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