March News

In this edition of Nordic Clean Energy Week's newsletter, you can read the latest about Nordic Clean Energy Week activities. No less than 50+ stimulating side events are part of the official program - focusing on energy efficiency worldwide, the transformation to clean energy, urban development, climate goals, energy research and much more.

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Nordic Clean Energy Week – supported by Vestas

Vestas works every day to power global energy markets’ transition from fossil fuels towards competitively priced sustainable energy and it is therefore natural for us to be an active part of Nordic Clean Energy Week. Wind energy is key to this transition and with 90 GW of wind turbines in 77 countries, Vestas has for more than 35 years been at the forefront of developing the technology that has made wind energy the lowest cost energy solution in many markets today. As part of Nordic Clean Energy Week, we look forward to promoting the green transition further and discuss future solutions. Read more about Vestas journey here.

A big ”Welcome” from the Minister for Energy in Sweden

Ibrahim Baylan, Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy in Sweden, announces that in May something big happens in the energy field. Sweden, the other Nordic countries and the EU invite some of the most influential people in the energy world to the Öresund Region to discuss how we can speed up the energy transition. Welcome to the Nordic Clean Energy Week!
Save the date: Five different Arenas in Malmö

Nordic Clean Energy Week on the Swedish side invites you to attend exciting events and discussions on five topic-driven Arenas. Meet representatives of the region’s most innovative, dynamic and cutting-edge technology and research organizations. They are all ready to share the latest Clean Tech and Clean Energy news with you. Read more about the arenas here.
Press Release: Denmark to Host G-20 Ministers in May

Denmark is hosting the ministerial meeting Clean Energy Ministerial with participation from most G20-countries and the Nordic countries. The CEM-countries combined account for 90 % of investments in clean energy and 75 % of the world’s CO2-emissions. Read the full press release here.
First Round of Confirmed Speakers for EE Global Announced

On May 21-22, EE Global will kick off Nordic Clean Energy Week (NCEW) with two days of unparalleled content, partnership building and networking aimed at advancing energy efficiency worldwide. Read more about the event including new speakers and sessions.
Research that can Change our Energy System

From green hydrogen gas to concrete batteries. The Swedish Energy Agency is funding 16 research projects with the potential to change our entire energy system. Read more about the pioneering research projects here.

More news about NCEW events


Site visits - exploring Nordic technologies and solutions

The Greater Copenhagen region offers an opportunity to visit sites and experience Nordic clean energy technologies and solutions live. An overview of sites will be available on the Nordic Clean Energy Week website soon.
Waste-to-Energy Plant with a Ski Slope on the Roof

Copenhagen’s state of the art plant sets new standards for environmental performance, energy production and waste treatment. Innovative technology and architecture integrate to form a future in which waste-to-energy plants are welcomed in any backyard. And yes, the plant will have a ski slope on the roof designed by Bjarke Ingels Group. Read more about the Copenhill here.
EnergyLab Nordhavn

Denmark’s largest smart energy RD&D project ever, EnergyLab Nordhavn funded by EUDP, takes place in the city area. A wide range of smart energy solutions are exposed in the area (smart electricity grid, grid battery storage, smart buildings, eMobility, smart district heating, new business models, novel data management etc.). Read more about the EnergyLab Nordhavn.
If you are interested showcasing your technology and solution to NCEW visitors and delegations via the Nordic Clean Energy website, please contact

The New York Times publishes a Clean Energy Special Editorial Report

On May 24th, 2018, we will produce a special editorial report focused on Clean Energy, which offers a contextually-relevant editorial environment for brands looking to reach an influential audience of business & opinion leaders around the world. We are pleased to offer fully-customised promotional packages to clients participating in the Nordic Clean Energy Week. Find more information and contact details here.

Contact Denmark

Imke Ernst
Project Manager, State of Green
+45 2346 9234

Contact Sweden

Lars Braedstrup-Holm
Project Manager, Region Skåne
+46 406 753 423
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