Germany and Europe are particularly affected: Supply chains are breaking down, energy and raw material supplies for industry and society are on the brink, food shortages are hitting the poorest of the poor in particular. At the same time, organized crime in virtual space is on the rise. The security of energy supplies, critical infrastructures, the economy and thus also the prosperity of our society are at stake. There is no time for demands and discussions now. Solutions that can be implemented in the short term are needed for sustainable, independent energy and raw material supplies, for technological sovereignty and for Europe's resistance to disruption.
Press dialogue at Hannover Messe
VDE, BSKI, GreenTEC Campus and MIT Boston present solutions for sustainable supply security for industry and society. The West is facing a paradigm shift in the global economy and security policy: Corona and now the war in Ukraine show our dependencies with all clarity.
In a hybrid press conference on Monday, May 30, 2022, at the Hannover Messe exhibition center, you were introduced by
- Burkhard Holder, managing director VDE Renewables
- Marten Jensen, managing partner GreenTEC Campus
- Holger Berens, Chairman of the Board, Federal Association for Critical Infrastructure Protection (BSKI)
- Prof. Tonio Buonassisi, Global Head Solar Programms, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), live from Boston, USA,
moderated by Ansgar Hinz, CEO of the VDE Group, presented precisely these solutions.
Hannover Messe 2022: Impressions from the press dialogue
Ansgar Hinz (CEO VDE Group) spoke with Burkhard Holder (Managing Director VDE Renewables), Marten Jensen (Managing Partner GreenTEC Campus), Holger Berens (Chairman of the Board Federal Association for Critical Infrastructure Protection) and Prof. Tonio Buonassisi (Global Head Solar Programs, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) in a hybrid panel discussion on May 30, 2022, about the challenges posed by the rapid shift away from fossil fuels.