HUSUM Wind from 14 -17 September 2021 will provide fresh impulse – with new special areas, forums and congresses as well as the Partner State Brandenburg, which is providing strong impetus for the expansion of wind energy with intensive technology funding and ambitious objectives.



HUSUM Wind presents the entire value chain of the onshore and offshore business in the areas of system construction, service, planning, financing and operation, system components and raw materials. At the heart of Germany’s largest wind farm network between North Sea and the Baltic Sea, the trade fair offers a unique business platform for the wind industry, characterised by practice relevance, long-term networks and a personal atmosphere.

Green Hydrogen

HUSUM Wind will be held in Germany’s leading model region for wind energy and green hydrogen. This is where the first hydrogen field test of the energy transition is getting under way and another consortium is implementing what is currently the largest H2 mobility project in Germany. Europe is committed to climate-friendy produced green hydrogen for decarbonizing its energy systems. Wind energy is the most important renewable power source for its production. Due to the rapid demand for this key technology, hydrogen can significantly increase the growth potential of the wind market and extend the reach of renewable solutions in industry.

Repowering & Recycling

After the Renewable Energy Act (EEG) funding has expired, a significant number of old wind turbines will have to be dismantled. In Germany alone, by 2025 this will likely affect 25% of the wind energy capacity installed. Sustainable deconstruction and new construction are associated with organisational, logistical and technical challenges. HUSUM Wind sheds light on new concepts, professional applications, sustainable processes, standards and norms for the repowering and recycling of wind turbines. The “Repowering” sector investigates how old wind turbines can be replaced by new, more powerful systems, while “Recycling” deals with the utilisation of recycled raw materials.


Sector coupling, i.e. the use of green electricity to decarbonise the heating and transport sectors, is a key to the success of the energy transition. Peak loads in the production of wind energy can be used for mobility and heating or cooling. Power-to-X technologies also offer solutions for one of the key problems of the energy transition: the storage and interim use of excess wind power. This not only results in new business areas and expanded sales opportunities for the wind industry, it is also central for in an integrated energy system that includes all sectors.