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Seminar, Fornybar produksjon, Strømmarked

Make the Nordics carbon-neutral ASAP – launch of Nordic electrification study

19. mai 2021, Kl. 11:00–12:15 Online on Microsoft Teams
Gratis
Påmeldingsfrist Snarest

In 2019, Nordenergi decided to commission a study on the opportunities and barriers of electrification in the Nordics, to contribute to the discussion on how Europe can become carbon-neutral by 2050.

Nordenergi arrangement

Nordenergi arrangement

The power sector and increased electrification have a crucial role in delivering a decarbonised society, and joint planning is therefore, necessary. The Nordic power market is a frontrunner for cross-border collaboration with the creation of Nordel in 1962, the establishing of the Nordic Electricity Market forum in 2017, and Nord Pool, the world’s first true cross-border power exchange.

According to the four national studies the electricity demand will increase with more than 60 percent between 2020 - 2040. Wind power is estimated to increase from 14 percent of the electricity mix in 2020 to 40 percent in 2050. Please register ASAP to guarantee your spot at the webinar.

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Wednesday 19. May
  • 11:00 - 11:10
    Introduction
    • Åsa Pettersson, chair of Nordenergi
      European Commission (TBC)
  • 11:10 - 11:40
    Presentation of study
    • Gudmund Bartnes
      DNV GL
  • 11:40 - 12:15
    Panel discussion regarding the study
    • Åsa Pettersson, Chair Nordenergi
      European Commission (TBC)
    • Gudmund Bartnes
      DNV GL
    • Kristian Ruby, Secretary General
      Eurelectric
    • Moderated by Daniel Wennick
      Swedenergy