Technology Exhibition: Poster Exhibition with accompanying Brochure

(English, French, Spanish, Russian)

The goal of the technology exhibition “renewables – Made in Germany” is to draw worldwide attention to the possible applications of renewable energies. At the fore of the exhibition is an overview of renewable energies technology with a special focus on the strengths of German suppliers and systems solutions. The exhibition presents the advantages of various technologies, explains their functions, indicates various possible applications and documents the specific expertise of German companies. 26 charts, which are updated yearly, are available in English, French, Spanish and Russian.

The exhibition’s main points of focus are on public and private institutions. All exhibition material (roll-up charts, incl. stands) can be borrowed free of charge from dena. Borrowers pay only for shipping and handling costs to and from Germany.

The information in the exhibition is also available in print form through an accompanying brochure in five languages (English, French, German, Russian, Spanish).

For further information, please contact: Opens window for sending emailtechnologyexhibition@dena.de

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Companies

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Profile: project engineer, project developer, investor

Technology: wind energy

Opinion panel

“The economic efficiency of a solar thermal collector is found mainly in its high yield, long service life and especially its performance reliability – lasting even for decades. Our technology, based on high-vacuum tubes, meets all requirements and always performs at the same high level. All essential solar thermal components are located inside the high vacuum and are thus protected from deterioration for their entire lifetime. Thanks to this and individual customer solutions, many years of practical experience and knowledge gained in a large number of large-scale solar thermal projects, we achieve the best possible economic efficiency and customer satisfaction in every solar thermal project. One hundred per cent ‘Made in Germany’.”

Günter Schaffron, Managing Director, s-power Entwicklungs- & Vertriebs GmbH

Photovoltaics
Biogas
Biofuels