Startups exhibits at Expo 2020
Startups, businesses contribute to Campus Germany’s innovative exhibits at Expo 2020
The pavilion will present solutions for an innovative storage system designed to compensate for fluctuations in the amount of wind and solar energy supplied to the grid.
The German Pavilion ‘Campus Germany’ — situated in the Sustainability District of the Expo 2020 Dubai site — will showcase 36 innovative and creative exhibits linked to sustainability, grouped in labs and dedicated to energy, cities of the future, and biodiversity.
“This is a very accomplished exhibition and we’re greatly impressed with the pavilion as a whole. We are very happy with the curated content on the topic of sustainability,” said Dietmar Schmitz, Commissioner-General, German Pavilion.
“The German Expo presence is being built under contract to the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, which has commissioned Koelnmesse to organize and implement the project. The German Pavilion’s three themed areas will house an array of fascinating exhibits designed to encourage interaction and raise awareness of how important sustainability is both for today and tomorrow. The German technologies and innovations on display will make a lasting impression on Campus Germany’s international visitors and leave them eager to spread the sustainability message. Videos and display boards will explain the more complex ideas and innovations, and visitors will also be able to try out the exhibits’ functions for themselves,” added Schmitz.
Gerald Böse, president and chief executive officer of Koelnmesse, said: “The exhibits are really the core of the German Pavilion. Along with the overall German concept and imposing architecture, the German Pavilion at this Expo will yet again deliver a set of messages that stay in people’s minds.”