Exporting the transition to alternative energies
The industry's high export figures clearly show that our technologies are valued all around the world. Focusing on the development of energy technologies in the target markets of Europe, China and Indonesia, our speakers provide practical tips on export opportunities under various market conditions.
Innovative solutions in the mechanical and plant engineering sector provide the technological backbone for a successful energy transition. The industry's high export figures clearly show that our technologies are valued all around the world. Working Group II (Exporting Energy Transition) will highlight the development of energy technologies in the target markets of Europe, China and Indonesia at this year's members' meeting. The objective is to point out export opportunities for the mechanical and plant engineering sector under various market conditions.
Initiators show the way to a practical market entry
In working groups, each consisting of an initiator from mechanical engineering and an expert from an external organization, such as the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWI), you will discuss issues related to each of the three target markets. They will introduce you to lighthouse projects for each market and provide practical tips on the appropriate aligning of the product strategy. By sharing perspectives with them and the other participants, you will assess the market entry opportunities for energy technologies in the selected target markets.
Sample markets cover typical cases
Europe stands for strongly regulated markets in which topics such as system integration and a comprehensive restructuring of the electricity, heating and traffic sector play a significant role.
China is a typical example of an autocratically regulated market, which must first focus on advancing the current energy system to state-of-the-art standards.
Indonesia is an excellent example of a market on the threshold of becoming a growth market. Being an island nation, its energy system benefits from decentralized solutions and efficiency measures.
Dr. Carola Kantz
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