Exhibit at E-world energy & water 2025

The Swedish Energy Agency is inviting small and medium-sized Swedish enterprises specializing in innovative green energy solutions to participate in the Swedish Energy Pavilion at the E-world Energy & Water trade fair in Essen, Germany. This event offers substantial industry exposure and networking opportunities and will run from February 11th to 13th, 2025. The application period for interested companies is open until November 22, 2024.

E-world Energy & Water serves as an international networking platform within the European energy sector, held annually in Essen—a key hub of German industry. The event attracts both German and international stakeholders, fostering networking and business opportunities for those engaged in energy and sustainability.

Showcasing Swedish Cleantech Innovation

This trade fair provides a venue for participants to display cleantech innovations to both German and international audiences. Technologies showcased include energy efficiency, renewable resources, smart grids, and sustainable mobility.

Benefits for exhibitors at the Swedish Energy Pavilion include:

  • A dedicated exhibition space within the pavilion.
  • Exhibitor passes that provide access to the fair’s activities, networking opportunities, and related programs.
  • Opportunities to participate in pitching sessions and other activities.
  • Support from the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce, including customized meetings and onsite linguistic and cultural assistance.

Limited Exhibition Spaces Available

Please note that the exhibition space is limited to 15 companies, and spaces will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Companies are encouraged to register promptly. The participation fee is SEK 25,000, excluding VAT. Register by November 22, 2024, to secure your participation.

Contact information

Registration and payment

Ida Ortega, Business Sweden

Joint stand and planned activities

Ludvig Lindström, Swedish Energy Agency

Individual meetings

Christiane Binsteiner Foberg, German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce


People in audience listening to a person speaking on stage.

Picture: Armin Huber/MESSE ESSEN GmbH