Trade Fair for efficient energy solutions
Messe from 2008-11-14 to 2008-11-16
City/Country: Sinsheim, Messe Sinsheim, Germany
EnerFair – Efficient, Environmentally Responsible Energy Solutions
The issues of energy and environmental protection are now playing an ever greater role for businesses, public facilities and private households. Energy is becoming a primary factor with regard to competition, profit and costs. Genuine alternatives are thus in demand with regard to energy consumption, energy efficiency and energy saving measures, as well as sustainability. The EnerFair trade fair for efficient energy solutions provides a qualified business platform in response to increasing demand for information and appropriate products. In addition to renewable energies, the innovative trade fair concept also supports an objectively impartial examination of all other forms of energy – including fossil fuels. Direct comparisons are thus made possible on-site at the event. Not only is emphasis placed upon cost efficiency as a primary competitive factor, but rather, and in particular, sustainability and eco-efficiency as well, all of which already represent a competitive aspect which must not be underestimated.
EnerFair – Technology and Concepts with Enormous Market Potential
EnerFair concerns itself with much more than just saving energy: Effective conservation of resources will only be made possible by sensibly combining the use of fossil fuels with renewable sources of energy, other alternative energy sources, maximised energy efficiency and consistently practiced sustainability. According to current examinations, the world market for renewable energies alone (hydropower, geothermal, biomass, photovoltaic and wind power) will triple by the year 2020 from its current level of roughly €80,000 million. The selection of the form of energy to be utilised will become just as important as suitable building construction concepts. Comprehensive, interdisciplinary information regarding all types of energy, as targeted by EnerFair, is thus of central importance.
(Description according to organiser information)