The most important Nordic energy event of the year
NORDIC ENERGY FORUM
29-30th October 2019 Helsinki, Finland
Thank you for participating in the most important energy sector event in the Nordics. Special thanks go to our main partner Valmet and our exhibitors Sumitomo SHI FW Energia Oy and Beckhoff. Warm thanks also go to all our inspiring speakers and panellists who presented many well-founded perspectives on the future of energy and illustrated the vital need for cross-sector cooperation.
Actively sharing ideas and information among experts working at the forefront of the energy revolution is the best way to facilitate the changes required to ensure a sustainable future for energy. The Nordic countries and those in the Baltic Sea Region are leading the way in the transition towards a carbon-neutral Europe and eventually also a climate-neutral world. Achieving this requires innovations, investments and practical action at all levels and within all sectors of society.
Please find a brief video and photo review of highlights from the Nordic Energy Forum 2019.
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Let’s keep the topic active! We look forward to seeing you again in two years!
The future of energy: thinking ahead
Welcome to the Nordic Energy Forum in Helsinki
The World Energy Council (WEC) Finland hosts its regional summit, the Nordic Energy Forum, in October in Helsinki.
The two-day event will bring together participants from all over the Baltic Sea region and beyond. The summit’s program covers current topics in energy. Our speakers and panellists include key leaders from the energy sector in the region as well as policymakers from national ministries and EU bodies.
Mayor´s reception, side event
Energy and Climate Policy
Vision for the Future
Here are some of the speakers from the event
Dr. Kenneth Budka
Energy Solutions, Nokia Bell
Burkhard von Kienitz
Energy Policy Coordination,
Directorate-General for Energy, EC
Dr. Carsten Rolle
Climate Action, EC
Energy, Ministry of Economic Affairs
and Communications, Estonia
of the World Energy Council