Plant & Works Engineering
Industrial solutions for connectivity and climate neutrality at Hannover Messe 2023
Published:  28 March, 2023

Hannover Messe 2023 (17–21 April) is set to focus not only technologies for connected, climate-neutral industry, but also to provide a forum for a global policy discussion among industry, government, science and social representatives.

Carbon-neutral production, artificial intelligence, hydrogen technologies, energy management and Industry 4.0 are the overarching themes of Hannover Messe 2023 according to Dr. Jochen Köckler, chairman of the managing board of the Deutsche Messe group of companies, who explained: “Only the interplay of these technologies will make it possible to sustainably safeguard our prosperity and at the same time drive climate protection forward.” At the world’s leading trade fair for industry, some 4000 companies from the mechanical engineering, electrical and digital industries as well as the energy sector will showcase solutions for production and the energy supply of the future.

From the digitalisation and automation of complex production processes and the use of hydrogen to power factories and the use of software to register and reduce carbon footprints, Hannover Messe offers a holistic picture. As Köckler emphasised: “Approaches to solutions for each of the current global challenges will be on display at Hannover Messe.”

Hannover Messe will be opened by German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and Indonesian President Joko Widodo. Indonesia is this year’s Partner Country at the industrial fair.