KWB Germany Power

The focus of trade fair IHE HolzEnergie the RENEXPO has established itself as the most important meeting place for the wood energy sector in recent years and presenting the comprehensive range of topics related to the wood value chain. Visitors will find here all the news and technologies of electricity and heat with wood, as well as an overview of the legal situation. Exhibition focuses on the provision of energy wood, wood Gasifier plant, heat and power generation with pellet, piece of wood and wood chip heating and fireplace, Pellet stoves. In terms of biomass boilers are represented all leading companies in the small and medium power level again, but also the great performance levels are increasingly finding. So that this year will also for the first time in collaboration with the wood energy consulting bunk “planners seminar:” Wood heating plants for industrial, commercial & public sector”organized.

The special exhibition “Wood energy from short rotational plantations” takes place for the second time. Exhibitors in cooperation with the Bavarian State Institute for forest and forestry and the German network of KUP present everything on the topic of wood energy in accompanying lecture series. Columns, chopping and sawing the RENEXPO offers the outdoor. Visitors can experience wood gasification to power generation, woodworking machinery (hacker, chopper, Splitter, hack pulp machines, circular saws) and furnaces live. Well-known companies such as the Dolmar GmbH, the Gilles energy and Umwelttechnik GmbH, the KWB Germany power and heat from biomass GmbH or Michael Kretzer sawing, splitting & forestry technology to present their machines in action. Solar energy also has a prominent place on the RENEXPO. Both the single use for the production of electricity or heat as well as combination possibilities with other sources of energy are on the Fair presented.

The solar day on the tributeband exhibitors the RENEXPO inform visitors in free lectures on current technologies, products and services for photovoltaic, solar thermal, and storage.