Heliatek official partner of the German Pavilion at World Expo 2020 Dubai


Heliatek (Dresden, Germany) is an official partner of the German Pavilion “Campus Germany” at the World Expo 2020, taking place from 1 October 2021until 31 March 2022 in Dubai. The World Expo 2020 is the world's largest trade fair. Its motto: “Connecting Minds, Creating the Future”. Nearly 200 exhibitors from over 190 countries are exhibiting on the more than 4km² area and up to 25 million visitors are expected during the next six months.

As an official partner of the German Pavilion "Campus Germany", Heliatek showcases its innovative solar films in the “Energy Lab“. In this darkened room, innovative energy solutions of the future are being presented, which will help to supply the world with more efficient and sustainable energy.

The concept of the German Pavilion "Campus Germany" is all about sustainability. In various theme areas, visitors can experience how sustainability is imagined and realised in Germany. In addition to the "Energy Lab", there is also the "Future City Lab", which shows what future urban life could look like and the "Biodiversity Lab", which is dedicated to the beauty and vulnerability of our nature. Throughout the pavilion, visitors can experience a wide range of exhibits both haptically and digitally, making the visit a unique experience. The visit is rounded off by an extensive framework programme, special areas for children and an on-site restaurant.

Heliatek showcases a demonstrator with its organic solar films in the "Energy Lab", demonstrating how the organic solar films will transform virtually any building into an ultra-green net-zero energy building. The HeliaSol solar films are ultra-light, flexible, ultra-thin and easy-to-install on a variety of building surfaces due to the integrated backside adhesive. With a carbon footprint of less than 10g CO2e/kWh, the solar films are the greenest of all solar technologies.

Caption: Heliatek is part of the German Pavilion at World Expo 2020 Dubai (photo: Heliatek)

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