September 23, 2021
Notably, photovoltaic systems and large-scale solar power plants combined with electrical energy storage are becoming more and more important for grid control and managing grid congestion, forming the backbone of our energy infrastructure.
October 6, 2021
In the last few weeks, Germany has seen extreme rainfall, parts of New York were flooded, and fires have been raging in Southern Europe and California
Green hydrogen will play a crucial role in the climate-friendly energy mix of the future. The Green Hydrogen Manifesto, which was presented today as part of The smarter E Europe Restart 2021 at Messe München, provides valuable insights and inspiration on how to promote the use of this energy source.
Use the online application to book your booth comfortably.
in Hall B6
The Power2Drive Forum offers presentations and discussions about various aspects of the new energy world.
October 11, 2021
After a triumphant three days, it’s clear that The smarter E Europe Restart 2021 was a success. Taking place in a more compact restart format due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the innovation hub for new energy solutions was an absolute success. With more than 450 exhibitors, 45,000 square meters of exhibition space and around 26,000 visitors from 93 countries, it was possible to host the event again for the first time in two years. Responses from exhibitors, visitors, organizers und partners were positive across the board: “We are so happy to finally meet again in person!” The industry is looking forward to the next The smarter E Europe from May 11–13, 2022.
Here you will find the exhibition dates of the next years (subject to changes).
February 09, 2020
Last month Toyota revealed plans to build a prototype city of the future at the base of Mt. Fuji in Japan.
July 29, 2020
The new energy management platform is called Insight and is tailored to the needs of both private and commercial users.
July 10, 2020
The software platform focusing on solar and storage modeling wants to provide new possibilities for renewable energy developers.
July 14, 2020
A paper by chemists from Utah State University shows the potential of multi-purpose batteries.
A combination of new mechanical and thermal technologies could provide us with enough energy storage