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Germany's Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action is patron of HUSUM WIND

Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Protection Robert Habeck is patron of HUSUM WIND, the wind energy industry meeting place from 12-15 September 2023.

Industry trade show to be held Sept. 12-15, 2023 I Special theme of the onshore and off-shore technology fair is green hydrogen.


HUSUM | July 21, 2022 Germany’s Federal Minister for Economic Affairs and Climate Action Robert Habeck will assume patronage of HUSUM WIND, where the wind and green hydrogen industry along the entire value chain will meet in Husum from September 12 to 15, 2023.
On September 12, Habeck will open the four-day show and visit the trade fair together with state government representatives and industry associations.”We need to free ourselves from the grip of Russian imports as quickly as possible. A speeded-up energy transition is the be-all and end-all for this. We need a strong wind economy that helps us to provide large amounts of electricity without being dependent on fossil fuels.
At HUSUM WIND, the pioneers of the energy turnaround will present their technical developments. We need this expertise more than ever,” said Habeck. With the new legislative packages, politics is providing the frameworks that are needed to implement the technologies and accelerate the expansion of wind power.

Husum’s trade fair boss Klaus Liermann is pleased about the commitment from federal politicians. “The wind industry has a key role to play in view of the challenges facing the energy industry at this time. Robert Habeck’s participation in the fair underlines this,” said Liermann. At HUSUM WIND 2023, beyond leading onshore and offshore wind technology, the transformation of the energy system and green hydrogen will be a focus. The trade fair location lies at the center of Schleswig-Holstein’s model region for wind energy. And also the green hydrogen economy is developing dynamically, being an important driver for the energy industry in Germany’s northern regions. In the future, the trade fair will realign its brand strategy and relaunch the design.