Renewable Urban Solutions

Forecasts show that two-thirds of the world’s population will live in cities by the year 2050. As a result, demand for energy and private transportation is set to increase exponentially – and pollution will rise accordingly. Are real significant changes within cities foreseeable? What solutions can really make a change? Can sectors such as agriculture or energy crossover be integrated into modern and future living environments? To see both small and large-scale urban solutions that may have an immense impact on our future, join us on this tour!


Hydrogen in the Energy System

Hydrogen, the most common chemical element in the universe and most commonly associated with water, is necessary for all living organisms. Hydrogen is currently being discussed outside the typical realms of chemistry and science, but why all the fuss now? Although hydrogen itself is not a source of energy, it serves as an important, clean energy carrier. To gain a greater understanding and to see what applications hydrogen can be used for, we will visit state-of-the-art technology and research institutions.


Workshop Renewable Energies and Storage (Organized by Verband Beratender Ingenieure)

The German association of consulting engineers invites you to join us for a Workshop regarding renewable energies and storage. German engineering companies show their projects and describe real life solutions to the problems we face regarding the energy transition to a sustainable, carbon neutral future. If you are interested please apply using the green button below.

Digital Energy Solutions

Virtual power plants, machine learning, artificial intelligence, blockchain technology… Every one of us has heard of, read about or even begun to discuss these buzzwords. But what are the drivers behind these technologies and concepts, and how are these innovations applied in the energy sector? To gain an understanding of the technology and potential applications, we will meet and speak with the visionaries at the crossroads of the digital and energy sectors.