"Climate-neutral production and climate-neutral business are the buzzwords with which companies commit themselves to climate protection," says Matthias Zelinger, climate and energy policy spokesman for the VDMA. "Energy and raw material efficiency, the use of renewable energy and also compensation are the building blocks of a successful strategy for these goals," says Zelinger.


"At HANNOVER MESSE, solutions will be on show and approaches discussed," the VDMA expert promises. Anyone attending the event with the top themes of energy efficiency and CO2-neutral production would be able to see that "industry has embarked on an exciting journey, far removed from political small-scale specifications.


HANNOVER MESSE from 20 to 24 April 2020 – five days for the future.



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