EVENT:    14 Mar, 2019     Stockholm, Sweden
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Swedish high-level EBA250 conference

Warm welcome to the first EBA250 conference taking place in Sweden and dedicated to the role of Sweden in the European battery ecosystem.

An industrial race is underway in the wake of the ever-faster energy system transition. Batteries are at the center of this transition. In this context, batteries are a necessary enabler to a much greater extent than Europe can produce today. Within the framework of the European Battery Alliance, InnoEnergy Scandinavia has been given a central role in the work to create the conditions for the development of complete battery value chain in Europe.

With this conference we want to invite important local key players to a discussion on how Sweden should contribute to the development of Europe’s battery industry.

Conditions are good. Sweden has access to raw materials, low cost and green electricity, expertise as well as policy instruments that promote continued electrification with high environmental requirements. In addition, many strong Swedish players are active along the entire battery value chain, from mining to production of active materials, complete battery cells, battery packs and of course, applications in the automotive industry as well as in the power system all the way to sustainable recycling. More powerful and coordinated efforts are however required to successfully accomplish the ongoing electrification of society.

The purpose of the day is to create discussions that lead to concrete steps forward in how Sweden should strengthen its position in the European ecosystem for batteries and strengthen .

Programme

09.30-10:00 Coffee and registration
10.00-10.05
Welcome introduction
Kenneth Johansson, CEO, InnoEnergy Scandinavia
Thore Sekkenes, EBA Programme Director, Industry, InnoEnergy Scandinavia
10.05-10-10
Battery R&I to support industrial development
Robert Andrén, Director General, Energimyndigheten
10.10-10.15
Sweden’s position in the race for energy intensive industries
Ylva Berg, CEO, Business Sweden
10.15-10.45
Market insights
Bo Normark, Thematic Leader Smart Grids & Energy Storage, InnoEnergy Scandinavia
10.45-11.00
Large-scale battery manufacturing in Sweden
Peter Carlsson, CEO, Northvolt
11.00-12.00
Panel debate – How to build a sustainable Swedish battery ecosystem
Moderator: Bo Normark, InnoEnergy Scandinavia
Panelists:
Filip Kozlowski, Board Member, Leading Edge Materials
Emma Nehrenheim, Head of Sustainability & Recycling, Northvolt
Åsa Pettersson, Head of Public Affairs & Sustainability, Scania
Fredrik Sidahl, CEO, Fordonskomponentgruppen
Stephan Stålered, Senior Project Manager Acquisition & Integration, Ellevio
Peter Mörtlund, General Manager, Boliden Bergsöe
Nicolas Audibert, Director, Head of Industries & Services, Nordic Investment Bank
12.00-13.00  Lunch and networking
13.00-13.30
The European perspective with focus on IPCEI
Demos Spatharis, Head of Unit, R&D&I, IPCEI and Environment, DG Competition
13.30-14.00
The importance of batteries for the green transition
Ibrahim Baylan, Minister for Enterprise, Swedish Ministry of Enterprise and Innovation
14.00-14.30  Coffee break and networking
14.30-15.45
Round table discussions
Moderator: Tomas Kåberger, Industrial Growth Executive, InnoEnergy Scandinavia
15.45-16.00
Wrap-up and next steps
Thore Sekkenes, EBA Programme Director, Industry, InnoEnergy Scandinavia
Kenneth Johansson, CEO, InnoEnergy Scandinavia
Robert Andrén, Director General, Energimyndigheten

Practical information

Date & time: 14 March 2019, 09.30-16.00
Place: IVA Conference Center, Grev Turegatan 16, Stockholm
Language: Swedish

 

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