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BioEnergy Decentral

November 11-14, 2014, in Hanover

This international trade fair will feature many technologies and services linked to decentral energy supply. In 2012, the event brought together more than 650 exhibitors from 24 countries and around 42,600 visitors, 6,000 from outside Germany.

http://www.energy-decentral.com/home-ed-en.html

The exhibition program of BioEnergy Decentral includes:

  • Production of biogas, liquid and solid biofuels, energy-producing plants, substrate conditioning, fermentation, gas cleaning, gas feed-in, esterification, use of fuel
  • Renewable energies within decentral energy supply
  • Power engineering, electricity generation, fuel technology, cogeneration of heat and electricity, heating/cooling technology
  • Airing and ventilation, waste air and exhaust cleaning
  • Recycling and waste disposal systems
  • Safety systems
  • Energy distribution, electricity, heat and gas distribution systems
  • Measuring, instrumentation and control systems, process control systems, measuring equipment and systems, remote monitoring and supervision
  • Energy supply companies

Joint Project with EuroTier 2014 

The EuroTier 2014 takes place parallel to the BioEnergy Decentral. The U.S. Commercial Service Frankfurt is working together with the U.S. Commercial Service Munich to feature both industry segments. This will give you the unique opportunity to reach out to both segments by attending one of the shows. The Commercial Specialist for Renewable Energy, Ms. Sabrina Leipold and Ms. Bettina Capurro, Specialist for Agricultural Machinery, will be available for appointments at the fair(s).

Are you interested in exhibiting at BioEnergy Decentral trade fair?

Please contact Sabrina Leipold (see below) for further questions. Ms. Leipold will also be able to point you in the right direction if you want to simply visit the fair or have questions concerning the German renewable energy market. As stated, it is also possible to make a counseling appointment with her during the fair!

Your U.S. Commercial Service Contact:

Sabrina Leipold, Commercial Specialist
U.S. Commercial Service, American Consulate General
Giessener Str. 30 / 60435 Frankfurt am Main / Germany
Tel.: +49-69 7535-3142/ Fax: +49-69 7535-3171 / Email: Sabrina.Leipold@trade.gov

Note on Intellectual Property Rights

The U.S. Commercial Service is pro-actively engaged in defending American companies against counterfeit and copyright infringement. Please see our guidelines about IPR at Trade Fairs in Europe. They show how exhibitors can be supported on this very important subject. More information...