Wind 2013 – International Wind Industry Converges on Hannover
Nov 10 2012 Read 934 Times
Hannover 2013 is shaping up to be a bumper year for the wind industry. Deutsche Messe (Germany) is expecting an unprecedented number of exhibitors and visitors to converge on the Hannover Exhibition Center from 8 to 12 April for Wind 2013, the world’s leading fair for wind generation technology, components and services. The Wind show is staged in odd-numbered years as part of HANNOVER MESSE.
“The Wind fair is a truly international event that is held in the wider context of HANNOVER MESSE, the world’s largest industrial technology fair. Next year’s show will therefore feature not only the full complement of big-name wind turbine manufacturers, but also all the subcontractors, service providers, and upstream industries that are closely associated with the wind sector. In 2013, the wind industry as a whole will once again benefit from HANNOVER MESSE’s central role as a catalyst for partnerships and innovation,” said Oliver Frese, Deutsche Messe’s Senior Vice President in charge of HANNOVER MESSE.
Since 2009, the Wind fair has featured as part of the HANNOVER MESSE tradeshow line-up every two years. In 2011, 241 wind industry companies exhibited on a combined area of 9,300 square meters (100,104 sq. ft) and attracted more than 82,000 trade visitors. “We expect further growth next year, especially given the ever-increasing awareness of this important renewable-energy technology in worldwide markets,” Frese added.
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