ISH 2019: proportion of international visitors climbs to record level

ISH, the world’s leading trade fair for HVAC + Water, once again gave an impressive demonstration of its importance for German and international visitors and exhibitors. Achieving the climate targets is only possible by interconnecting systems and trades.

With innumerable solutions, the global meeting place generated a plethora of fresh and future-oriented impulses.

From 11 to 15 March, around 190,000 visitors (2017: 198,810*) from 161 countries (2017: 153) made their way to Frankfurt Fair and Exhibition Centre to discover the latest innovations and trends at ISH 2019. For five days, 2,532 exhibitors (868 from Germany, 1,664 from abroad) from 57 countries presented their new products for the first time in Frankfurt am Main. At the same time, a significantly higher level of internationality meant that ISH became even more relevant: 66 percent of exhibitors (2017: 64 percent) and almost 48 percent of visitors (2017: around 40 percent) came from outside Germany.

“ISH has once again demonstrated that it connects all international players from the sector. Only together is it possible to achieve the climate targets – naturally in a personal dialogue here at ISH. The change in the sequence of days to Monday to Friday has also contributed to this”, said Wolfgang Marzin, President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Messe Frankfurt.

The biggest visitor nations were China, Italy, the Netherlands, France, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Poland, Belgium, Austria and the Czech Republic. The largest visitor target groups were the industry and installation trade. Moreover, the results of the market research confirmed the high level of visitor satisfaction with the fair at 97 percent.

The next ISH will be held in Frankfurt am Main from 22 to 26 March 2021.

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Free Webinar on Integration of Large Scale SHC Systems into District Heating and Cooling Networks

This first webinar will share the latest results of IEA SHC Task 55 on Large Scale SHC Systems Integration into District Heating and Cooling Networks.

Solar District Heating (SDH) is in the early market development stage. Large solar thermal plants feeding into district heating networks represent only about 1% of the installed capacity of solar thermal systems, despite the fact that competitive prices lower than 40 €/MWh can be reached. In the long run, solar district heating could represent 4-15% of the total technical potential of solar thermal energy.

The 90-minute webinar will include a 30 minutes Q/A session where attendees can submit their questions to the speakers.
The recording of the webinar as well as the presentations by the speakers will be available after the webinar on both the IEA SHC and ISES websites.

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https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/175091026493227267?source=IEA+SHC


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6th RENEXPO® Energy, Waste & Water Western Balkans, Belgrade

RENEXPO® international trade fair and conference presents innovative solutions for renewable energy resources, energy efficiency, water and wastewater management, attracting international companies and promoting green economy investments in the region.

For the sixth time RENEXPO® opens doors to business leaders, decision makers, local and international experts on 24th and 25th of April 2019 in Belgrade.

Leading Western Balkans exhibition and conference on energy, waste and water. The exhibition presents innovative solutions for hydro, bio and wind energy, energy efficiency, water and wastewater management, attracting international companies and promoting green economy investments in the region. The accompanying conference, round table and workshops program supports the exhibition offering market and technology insight, best practice, trending topics and hot issues tackled by renowned experts and researchers. The side program offers organized B2B meetings and investment projects presentations, bringing together international market leaders and local decision makers for active business mediation and effective networking. The event is supported by respective government institutions and trade associations in the region, as well as dedicated media partners.

120 exhibitors, 800+ conference participants, 2500 visitors

Program of Conference can be see hire

Date April 24th – 25th, 2019

Location

Belexpocentar
Španskih boraca 74
11070 Belgrade, Serbia

Opening times
Wednesday, 24th April 2019, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Thursday, 25th April 2019, 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Exhibitors 120 (planned)

Entry Tickets The admission to the fair is free

Event format
Trade Fair and Conference (Conference trade fair)

contact 
REECO INTERNATIONAL DOO
Petra Drapšina 33
21000 Novi Sad, Serbia
Phone: +381 (0) 21 2101 897
Fax: +381 (0) 21 2101 896
info@reeco.rs
www.reeco.eu


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SHC 2019 and Solar World Congress 2019

Gear up for SHC 2019 together with Solar World Congress 2019.This not to miss event will be held November 4-7 in Santiago, Chile. The International Organizing Committee and Scientific Committee are hard at work to make this event another successful platform for the international solar and renewable energy community.

Holding SHC 2019 with SWC 2019 will ensure that in addition to solar thermal topics other important topics will be covered with a special emphasis on energy and buildings, solar heating and cooling, solar energy for industry, solar desalination and topics specific to the region. Expert international keynote speakers will be invited to speak about cutting-edge new technologies. The SHC 2019 / SWC 2019 will also include sessions to discuss policies at the governmental, national and regional levels. This event will aim to include a very strong industry presence with dynamic workshops and panel discussions to connect research with industry.

The scope of the SWC 2019 will be multifaceted. It will include technical sessions on all renewable energy topics, in addition to a special emphasis on energy and buildings, solar heating and cooling, solar energy for industry, solar desalination and topics specific to the region. Expert international keynote speakers will be invited to speak about cutting-edge new technologies. The SWC 2019 will also facilitate parallel sessions to discuss policies at the governmental, national and regional levels. The SWC 2019 will aim to include a very strong industry presence with dynamic workshops and panel discussions to connect research with industry.

About Participation
The IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme (IEA SHC), the  International Solar Energy Society (ISES) and the Solar Energy Research Center (SERC-Chile) are pleased to invite you to the SHC 2019 Conference, to be held together with the ISES Solar World Congress 2019 (SWC 2019). SHC 2019 / SWC 2019 will include a diverse selection of presentations, forums, policy discussions and business exhibits open for all participants. 

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http://www.shc2019.org

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Ingeteam commissioned over 4GW of wind converters in 2018

Ingeteam Power Technology, an independent global supplier of electrical conversion equipment, announced today that it contracted over 4GW of wind energy converters globally in 2018. With a total of 45GW installed capacity to date, the company remains the unchallenged number one supplier of wind power converters in the world.

The Ingeteam Group closed the year with a 15% increase in turnover compared to 2017.

Ingeteam achieved these strong results despite price pressures on the wind supply chain due to an increasing competition among OEMs, as well as the recent industry slowdown in Brazil and India, two strategic markets for Ingeteam.

“The wind industry as a whole has weathered a challenging period in India and Brazil last year. That impacted our sales a little, but the slowdown has leveled off and we expect orders to rebound strongly this year,” said Ana Goyen, Director of Ingeteam Wind Energy.

Going forward, Ingeteam will benefit from the excellent growth outlook of the global wind sector, which becomes competitive with other energy sources in an increasing range of market conditions. This encouraging general environment combined with a stabilization in global prices and Ingeteam’s strong focus on innovation and client partnerships, provides an excellent foundation for the company’s future performance. For 2019, the company expects to experience steady sales growth, with major gains in all key markets.

In particular, the company’s recent investment in India in a facility equipped with state-of-the-art production technology is providing solid sales momentum. The feedback from both local and international clients is overwhelmingly positive.

“This highly efficient production centre is based on a modular design, and boasts agile production lines, so we can swiftly embrace our client needs. Our customer-centric approach is really paying off there. We are happy to report that we have delivered our first units in 2018 and that our orderbook is very healthy going forward. We anticipate that about 25% of the total capacity we aim to deliver in 2019 will be manufactured in our Chennai factory,” continued Ana Goyen.

Ingeteam’s strategy to position itself as a complete solution provider for wind OEMs has proven very successful over the years.

“We can supply equipment from any of our production facilities in Europe, Asia, North and South America, applying the same standards and know-how. We can also deliver the most efficient and specialized support and service to clients from our sales and service centres strategically located all over the world,” said Ana Goyen.

The company offers power converters, turbine controllers, CMS, SCADA and O&M services. With locations across the globe, Ingeteam is the world’s #1 independent supplier of wind power converters with 45 GW of installed wind power capacity, an 9% market share and the first ISP (Independent Service Provider) worldwide with a total maintained power of 8.6 GW.

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