Andreas Kuhlmann and Robert Andrén

Photo: Dena/Energimyndigheten/Unsplash

Jubilee webinar: The Energy System of Tomorrow - Where are we heading?

Electrification in society increases the need for energy. At the same time, it should come from fossil-free or renewable sources. In this, the fourth in our series of anniversary talks, we welcome the heads of the German and Swedish Energy Authorities.

In September, Germany elected a new Bundestag and in the near future the new chancellor will be presented. A few months later, the country will phase out nuclear power for good and gradually switch to renewable energy sources. In Sweden, the Swedish Energy Agency is developing a comprehensive strategy on the role of hydrogen in the Swedish energy system and the transition to fossil fuel freedom is to be presented this autumn. The German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce takes the temperature of the energy issue in Germany and Sweden:

  • How far has Germany come after 10 years of "Energiewende"? What lessons have been learned from the various measures and incentives and will the ambitious objectives be achieved?
  • What does the phasing-out of nuclear power mean for German-Swedish cooperations in the field of energy?
  • What role will hydrogen play in the future energy systems in Sweden and Germany?
  • How can the rising demand for electricity be met?

We welcome our members to a discussion between Andreas Kuhlmann, CEO of the German Energy Agency (Dena) and Robert Andrén, Director General of the Swedish Energy Agency Energimyndigheten. The conversation will be moderated by Roger Strandahl, Vice President Corporate Communications & Governmental Affairs at Uniper Sweden.

For whom
The webinar is aimed at members of the Chamber of Commerce. It will be held in English and is free of charge. Interested in our network? Click here for more information about becoming a member (information in Swedish or German) or contact Åsa Benteke Werner.

This year, the German-Swedish Chamber of Commerce turns 70. We celebrate this with a series of talks with interesting German and Swedish guests giving their thoughts about the future.


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25 Oct