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ENERGYDECENTRAL - THE LEADING TRADE FAIR FOR DECENTRALISED ENERGY SUPPLY

Energy supply and efficiency are among the decisive issues in our society today and, in addition to the effects on our environment, have a decisive influence on operational success. The EnergyDecentral as a specialised trade fair for decentralised energy supply, together with the EuroTier, offers a unique platform.

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DLG NETWORK EUROTIER

The DLG has been organizing trade fairs and exhibitions for the agricultural and food industries since 1885. As forums for ideas, innovations and professional exchange, they are highly valued by exhibitors and visitors. At global leading trade fairs such as AGRITECHNICA and EuroTier as well as at more than 40 exhibitions in numerous countries, the DLG brings exhibitors and visitors together precisely. As an international showcase for topics, trends and strategies, our trade fairs provide orientation and impulses, are leading innovation shows for technologies and products as well as successful business marketplaces.

10 REASONS TO PARTICIPATE

1. THE LEADING TRADE FAIR FOR DECENTRALISED ENERGY SUPPLY

Market leaders in one place

2. COMPREHENSIVE OFFER FOR PROFESSIONALS

Biogas, solid fuels, solar, wind & storage, engine systems (CHP)

3. CURRENT MARKET OVERVIEW

4. PERFECT DOUBLE CONCEPT WITH EUROTIER

World's leading trade fair for animal farming professionals: 160,000 visitors, 35 % of which are international visitors from 142 countries

5. FIRST CLASS CUSTOMER POTENTIAL

54% of the visitors work in agriculture and forestry

6. STRONG INDUSTRY PARTNERS

In cooperation with BIOGAS Convention - the world's largest trade fair for biogas and biomethane

7. SHOWCASE OF INNOVATIONS

Industry leaders present their global innovations

8. COMPREHENSIVE KEY AREA CONCEPT

Targeted orientation on site and the basis for successful exhibitor presentations

9. AGRICULTURE: TARGET GROUP WITH POTENTIAL

10. INTERNATIONAL MEDIA COVERAGE

Worldwide reporting by journalists from 50 countries