Trade fair eMove360° sets course for growth: Charging & Energy with a significant exhibitor boom

Well-known energy companies and all important charging station providers exhibit at the eMove360 ° 2018 – registration deadlines for MATERIALICA Award and eMove360° Award will expire in a few weeks.

The development of an efficient charging infrastructure for electric vehicles will determine the success of e-mobility over the next few years. The number of charging points has to increase to overcome the countless walled garden solutions in the charging infrastructure. Faster charging with up to 350 kW or even more is an important point to match the charging of an e-car to the learned refueling of a combustine engine car. Of course, such high charging currents – especially in combination with the steady increase in the share of renewable energies in the electricity – pose major challenges for the power supply and electricity grids.

However, companies from all over the world have been working intensively for several years now on intelligent solutions for these two core topics on the way to the mass market of electromobility. “Therefore, we are all the more pleased that we can bring together all important companies in this area at the eMove360 ° 2018 in Munich in one location,” says Robert Metzger, Managing Director of MunichExpo and organizer of the eMove360°, which will take place from October, 16-18, 2018 on the grounds of Messe München.

Exhibitors in the Charging & Energy focus area of the trade fair include:
ABB, ABL, Amphenol, Bals, BayWa Energy, Concrete, Delta, Circontrol, Efacec, GP Joule, Hubject, innogy, Juice Technologies, ITT Canon, Raycap, Siemens, Tritium, Walther-Werke, Webasto, Wieland-Werke.

“With our various activities under the eMove360° brand – the trade fair as highlight of the year, our conferences, awards, magazine, online portal – we see ourselves as a global platform that brings together offer and demand for tomorrow’s mobility technologies. This works very well, not just in Energy & Charging”, commented Robert Metzger. Renowned companies such as AME, Batteryuniversity, Bender, BMZ, CALB, Concraft, Custom Cell, e.Go, EMS, Etrel, Escrypt, Go.e, Greenspider, Huber Automotive , In-tech, KDX, KMD, MWS, Polarix, Sunhill, Thinkstep, Vestel, will also use the eMove360 ° 2018 to showcase their new products to international trade fair visitors. Furthermore, the internationality continues to increase. There will be a very large Chinese shared booth with around 1000 square meters of exhibition space, as well as other joint stands from Catalonia, Finland, the Netherlands, Italy, Korea, Taiwan and Switzerland.

Only a few weeks left: Application deadline for awards
MunichExpo will once again be awarding two prizes at the same time: For the 16th edition of the MATERIALICA Design + Technology Award until companies, research institutes and students can apply until July 17, 2018. Two weeks later, on July 31, the application deadline for the eMove360° Award for Electric Mobility & Autonomou Driving 2018 is due.

The eMove360° Europe 2018 will take place from 16.-18. October on the grounds of Messe München, Entrance East. Bookings are currently still possible (

About eMove360°
MunichExpo is approaching the market in 2018 for the second time with a new comprehensive trade fair concept: The topics electric mobility, mobility concepts & services as well as urban & mobile design will be united under one brand. eMove360° Europe 2017 (October 17-19, 2017, Messe München) International Trade for Mobility 4.0 – electric – connected – autonomous presents the complete range of next generation and sustainable mobility solutions, from Urban & Mobile Design, materials and processing solutions, connected and autonomous driving to electronics and infotainment. Target audience of the exhibition are developers and designers, IT professionals, professional industrial buyers such as fleet managers, decision-makers in cities and communities, touristic regions and service providers.

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20.06.2018   |  

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