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Coronavirus: ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE 2020 Postponed

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ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE 2020 is postponed until 16-18 March 2021 due to the effects of coronavirus/Covid-19. It will thus take place from Tuesday to Thursday during calendar week 11 of 2021.

With this announcement of the dates, Messe Düsseldorf is reacting promptly to the recent postponement of the leading trade fair for the global energy storage industry. In consultation with the trade fair advisory board and all partners involved, this decision was made in order to counteract the increasingly dynamic developments regarding the possible spread of the coronavirus.

"It is very important for us to announce this new date which will allow exhibitors, visitors and the media to make reliable plans," explains Erhard Wienkamp, Managing Director of Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, and adds: "Our partners can trust us to act responsibly and calmly even in difficult situations."

As ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE's partner, BVES - Bundesverband Energiespeicher Systeme e.V. - fully supports the decision. "We expressly welcome the fact that Messe Düsseldorf had the courage to take this step and that we are now collectively providing a clear perspective for 2021. Planning security is entirely in the interests of the energy storage industry. In our opinion, ENERGY STORAGE EUROPE has reacted cautiously, sensibly and correctly, taking all advantages and disadvantages into consideration," says Urban Windelen, CEO of BVES.

Existing contracts with Messe Düsseldorf remain valid for the new date. The same applies to visitor tickets already purchased. If visitors have any queries, they can send an e-mail to ticket@messe-duesseldorf.de.

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