Energy Europe 2013

The most essential energy system issues today are:

Reduction of CO2, becoming independent of oil and gas, avoiding nuclear power, saving nature, being environmentally friendly and acting sustainable. It is common sense that changing the energy system into a renewable energy system will be the best way to solve these issues. Furthermore, renewable energies create new jobs and give an important boost to the economy and the regional added value. Renewable energies give all regions a positive and future orientated image for their environmentally friendly commitment.


A tentative programme for Nordic Energy Research at Energy Europe 2013, Thursday 23 May from 15.00 – 16.00:

–          15.:00 – 15:15 Introduction to Nordic Energy Research – Communications Manager Kalle Bartholin-Nielsen, Nordic Energy Research

–          15:15 – 15:35 SES2050 – Co2 Electrofuels (Industry) – Project leader Claus Friis Pedersen,Haldor Topsøe A/S

–          15:35 – 15:55 SES2050 – Enerwoods (Research) – Project Leader Vivian Kvist Johannsen, University of Copenhagen

–          15:55 – 16:00 Smartgrid Call – Communication Manager Kalle Bartholin-Nielsen, Nordic Energy Research

Additionally, Senior Adviser Benjamin Smith will present Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives at the DONG side event on 24 May 2013


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Location: Copenhagen