Renewable energy sources are at the heart of the 13th edition of the new energy expo in Husum. The new energy spans a wide arc of compost heating over the next four days to the combined heat power for the home.
She has something of “back to the roots”, the new energy Husum, an exhibition related to the practice of the energy revolution. Because this trade fair for renewable energy brings together experts from politics, economy and technology, manufacturers, consultants, builders, farmers and families who really want to make a difference.
The 13th edition of the new energy is in the Nordsee Congress Centrum in Husum on March 17 to 30 renewable energies, energy storage, electric mobility, to the issues of construction, refurbishment and modernization and to air conditioning. In the open air outside the exhibition halls there are quite handy a test course for electric vehicles.
The fair of the energy turnaround expected 10,000 visitors
On an area of 12,000 square meters expect 10,000 visitors in these four days with 150 exhibitors in the dialog. The Husum trade fair is not only specialized event. “Many visitors are interested consumers who want to know how they can use renewable energy, saving technologies or even electric vehicles,” says President Peter Becker. Tips on insulation heating and energy saving in home will be presented independently on a campaign truck.
Very pragmatically the non-profit association “Native power” from Hanover with twelve stations presents how regardless to wind and Sun electricity production heat using Biochemical and Physical processes. Since then alone is produced with compost up to 70°C hot water, clay bricks are made and cooked with wood gas and heated. Life after the turn of the energy wind and Sun has a connotation during Eco Survival Camp.
Small combined heat power plant for the home
On the new energy concerns first and foremost the small steps for a success of the energy revolution. There, the company SenerTec presents a combined heat power (CHP) plant, which makes it possible in energetically renovated single family homes, to produce electricity and heat at the same time at the place of consumption. So far CHP was the domain for two to twelve family houses and small businesses.