Hamburg’s hydrogen economy – Complementary projects in Germany’s biggest seaport
A recent coalition agreement has confirmed plans to develop one of the world's largest hydrogen electrolysis plants in the Port of Hamburg. This, however, is just one part of the wider-reaching strategy to greenify industrial affairs in the city – and beyond. Read on to discover more exciting things happening with hydrogen in Hamburg.
WindEnergy digital – Part 2 – Digitization in the wind industry
Exhibitors were unfortunately unable to participate in the digital version of WindEnergy Hamburg this year after all. To ensure that SKF Wind’s exciting showcase is not wasted, this article shares some insights into the technologies and data-driven processes which are shaping the industry. How are new technologies and computer-aided processes influencing the industry?
WindEnergy digital – Part 1 – Sustainability in the wind industry
The digital exhibitor platform at WindEnergy Hamburg was unfortunately cancelled at short notice this year. For all parties still interested in accessing the exciting content from SKF, we are writing up the work that would have been showcased in real time at the trade fair. In this, the first article of a two-part series, the focus is on the topic of sustainability. How can wind turbines become more environmentally friendly?
WindEnergy Hamburg goes digital – How organizers and exhibitors adapt to changing times
Socially distanced, but still in-the-know! Wind energy relies on the exchange of information at trade fairs and conferences. To ensure that nothing gets lost this year, one of the largest conferences for our sector, WindEnergy Hamburg 2020, will take place – albeit in a different form.