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WORKING GROUP WIND INDUSTRY – The network of the wind industry within VDMA
Given the diversification of production in the wind sector and the expansion and consolidation of global markets, effective networking and the exclusiveness of market and technology-related information are becoming increasingly important. Since its establishment in 2013, the VDMA WG Wind Industry, with more than 100 members, has become the corresponding hub.
The working group serves as an information hub and network for the entire wind industry in mechanical engineering.
One year after presenting the Clean Energy Package, the EU Energy Ministers have discussed the outstanding central points and agreed on common positions on the topics of the internal market in electricity, governance regulations and support of renewable energies.
Between September 12 and 15, players of the German wind industry came together for the HUSUM Wind trade fair. In addition to being the leading trade fair in the German-speaking wind-power market, HUSUM Wind is also a key event in a crucial time for the wind industry in Germany.
Der Fachverband Power Systems des VDMA bewertet sowohl die Regelungen zur Kompensation steuerbarer dezentraler Anlagen für ihre systemdienliche Rolle als auch die Anpassung der Ausschreibungen für Onshore-Windkraftanlagen grundsätzlich positiv.
In 2016, the fuel cell industry in Germany achieved a turnover of around EUR 100 million from fuel cell heating devices and power supply systems. Following a lateral movement the previous year, the economic outlook of the VDMA Fuel Cells working group forecasts a growth of 90 percent for the current year based on an industrial survey. Manufacturers can be very optimistic about 2017.