Let’s talk. You’ll find us at exhibitions, conferences and other events.

We want to show who we are, to stand up and be counted, and to talk to the people who are interested in our business. With this in mind, we regularly visit exhibitions, conferences and other industry gatherings – also online. Meanwhile, our Energy Policy Dialogue offers a platform for discussions with politicians. 

Whether it’s at E-world, IRO, gat, regional network operator gatherings, or the major annual forums for energy policy: You can meet us personally or online and give us your thoughts wherever we are. We use all the events we attend to learn and to gain new impulses for our future business. Our specialist colleagues are also happy to visit smaller exhibitions, where we are able to contribute our expertise.

Trade fair / Essen

11 - 13 Feb 2020
E-world 2020 - The leading trade fair for the energy industry

Three exciting trade fair days in words and pictures: The current topics of green gases, such as hydrogen, power-to-gas or the essential importance of the gas infrastructure for supply security in Germany shaped our discussions.

Congress and conference / Berlin

20 - 22 Jan 2020
Handelsblatt Energy Summit 2020

The Energy Summit 2020 in Berlin will gather the faces of the energy industry live on stage and provide an opportunity to discuss important issues critically and constructively. You will have the chance to talk to OGE representatives. On 21 January, our CEO, Dr Jörg Bergmann, will take part in a panel discussion on power-to-gas, green gas, hydrogen and the regulatory framework.

Trade fair / Köln

26 - 28 Nov 2019
gat 2019

Be inspired by climate protection pioneers and discuss the central challenges of the future: In 2019 the OGE stand offered an active programme on the very first day and attracted the attention of numerous visitors.

OGE event / Essen

5 Sep 2019
Energy Policy Dialogue 2019

On 5 September 2019, Open Grid Europe hosted its sixth "Energy Policy Dialogue" at Zeche Zollverein in Essen. Around 170 guests, including members of the European Parliament, the German Bundestag and the North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW) state parliament, followed a lively panel discussion on the role of hydrogen in the transition to a sustainable energy system.