German Solutions for Grid Integration and Renewable Energy presented at Sino-German Conference in Beijing


To further support bilateral business partnerships, AHK Greater China Beijing hosted a conference on behalf of the German Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy about grid integration and renewable energy on May 8th in Beijing

In order to support German-Chinese business partnerships, AHK Greater China Beijing, in cooperation with Baden-Württemberg International and OAV – German Asia-Pacific Business Association, organized a one-day conference on 8 May 2017 on "Grid Integration and Renewable Energy" in Beijing, on behalf of the German Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi).

The event is an integral part of an AHK business delegation trip to Beijing and Hebei and has been implemented within the context of the German Energy Solutions Initiative of BMWi, which in particular supports small and medium-sized German companies in setting up business relations in crucial foreign markets such as China.

More than 120 participants attended the conference, including numerous representatives of German and Chinese companies and institutions related to the renewable energy sector as well as governmental decision-makers e.g. from the National Development and Reform Commission and State Grid.


Within the conference, an overview of measures in the field of renewable energy was given, which are being implemented in Germany and are also of interest to the Chinese market. On the other hand, the conference included an illustration of technologies and energy solutions of selected German companies and highlighted possible cooperation areas with companies in China. The five German companies involved, presented a range of innovative German energy solutions in connection with the wind, solar and water as well as bioenergy sectors.

The following services and technologies were presented:

·      Challenges and solutions for energy transition in Germany (EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG)

·      Counteracting curtailment losses by improved day ahead power generation prognoses and dispatch planning of wind turbines (ProfEC Ventus GmbH)

·      Wind sensor calibration and rotor blade optimization using new wind tunnel technology (Deutsche WindGuard GmbH)

·      Solar, automated and distributed drinking water supply (GWT German Water Technologies Ltd / Protoplan GmbH)

·      Advanced combustion technologies for heat and electricity generation from solid biomass (POLYTECHNIK Deutschland GmbH)

To further support the organized activities, AHK Greater China Beijing published a bilingual brochure (English-Chinese) that illustrates the involved German companies and their solutions in more detail. The brochure is available for download at the following link.


For further information, please contact:

Bernhard Felizeter
Head of Department Building, Energy & Environment
German Industry & Commerce Greater China Beijing
+86-10 6539 6650

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