now: Sunny Houses @ Samal Island in the Philippines

Arno A. Evers, born in Hamburg, Germany in 1946, is a trained electrical mechanic,
service engineer, industrial clerk, press spokesman, sergeant in the reserve of the
German Air Force and organizer of innovative joint stands at leading international trade fairs. Now he is making his lifelong dream come true in the Philippines: Creating a small village that is completely self-sufficient in the final expansion stage.

At the age of 19, after his first apprenticeship, he gained international experience in London as a service technician at the British company Decca Navigator Ltd. With various foreign missions between 1965 and 1969 for Decca Radar Ltd. in Europe and the Persian/Arabian Gulf with his headquarters in Doha, Qatar,

In 1969, his career began at Messerschmitt-Bölkow-Blohm GmbH (today: Airbus) in Hamburg, and later, from 1985 to 1992, at the MBB headquarters in Munich, where he was press officet for a total of 23 years.
In the 1970s, he organized the first open day/family days in Hamburg with over 100,000 participants under the motto: “Big Airbus Show at Hamburg Aircraft Construction”.
Evers also organized the official handover of the first Airbus to Lufthansa in 1976.
In this role he met Frank Borman, former NASA astronaut, in Miami, FL, USA, in 1977, who, being the CEO of Eastern Airlines, then the largest airline in the world, ordered 23 more Airbus A300B4 aircraft after an initial trial period of six months.
This milestone made it possible for the Airbus consortium to continue operating. 

With the founding of the Arno A. Evers FAIR-PR in the early 1990s, he laid the foundation for the conception and realization of a series of joint stands at leading international trade fairs. He worked together on topics such as “Computers and the Environment” or: “Technology connects”. With his innovative team, primarily to motivate potential “doers” and giving young aspiring companies a unique platform, to have a media impact at large trade fairs such as the f0rmerly biggest computer fair CeBIT in Germany.
Already in the year 2000 Evers organized an international congress with the title:
“Withdrawing from nuclear energy, where do we start now?”
In 2004, Evers and his team organized a trade fair contribution and international congress for the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology on the topic:
 “Renewable energies including Hydrogen and Fuel Cells in China“.
He achieved his global breakthrough in 1995 with the founding of the Hydrogen + Fuel Cells joint stand and their full-service package developed for it at the annual Hanover Fair, which, under his leadership from 1995 to 2006, established itself as the world’s largest and most international event in this area.
After selling the joint stand to Deutsche Messe AG in 2006, Evers continues to focus on the effects of the use of renewable energies on the economy, society and the environment. He attends trade fairs and congresses and online on the topic around the world and produces hundreds of high valued independent energy graphics.
With his book published in 2010: “The Hydrogen Society…more Than Just a Vision?” he supports the global debates on the need for change in the energy industry.
Evers is still active on social networks with videos, interviews and podcasts, especially on LinkedIn:

Arno A. Evers can be reached in the Philippines: e-mail:
WhatsApp: +63 960 348 3513 *** Fax: +49 3212 9989243 and: and:

As of: January 2024

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