This year's event is postponed. New dates are:

vind 2021
Sthlm 20-21 oct

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VIND postponed until 2021

Because of the current uncertainty surrounding meeting restrictions during times of Covid-19, the board of directors for the Swedish Wind Energy Association decided to postpone this year’s VIND conference. The new dates are: October 20-21st in Stockholm, 2021.

The event will be moved in its entirety, including already booked exhibitors and speakers. We sincerely regret that we cannot carry out as planned. For many in our industry VIND is the highlight of the year, and we can only promise that we will be even more excited (if such a thing is possible) when we finally get together in 2021.

More than 1 000 visitors and close to 60 exhibitors make up the largest conference of the wind power industry in the Nordic region. Next year on October 20-21 we will once again fill the halls at Münchenbryggeriet – The Brewery – a prestigious conference centre symbolic of the industry’s central role in the transition of Swedish energy.

 All main seminars are translated into English presenting a range of prominent speakers from Sweden and abroad. In the exhibition hall delegates meet for networking, business deals, lunch, coffee and drinks. The exhibitor’s stage offers a series of micro-presentations. The first day features a dinner at which the Swedish Renewable Energy Award is presented.

 

17Jun

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VIND postponed

Because of the current uncertainty surrounding meeting restrictions during times of Covid-19, the Swedish Wind Energy Association decided to postpone this year’s VIND conference until next year, October 20-21st 2021. The event will be moved in its entirety, including already booked exhibitors and speakers.

Some of our speakers:

Anders Ygeman

Minister of Energy and Digitization

Swedish Government

Jenny Larsson

Managing Director

ABB Power Grids

Johan Kuylenstierna

Vice chair (Photo: Elisabeth Ohlson Wallin)

Swedish Climate Policy Council

Lotta Medelius-Bredhe

Director General

The Swedish TSO

Magnus Hall

CEO (Photo: Jeanette Hägglund)

Vattenfall

Johanna Sandahl

Chair

Swedish Society for Nature Conservation

Björn Risinger

Director-general

Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Anne Vadasz Nilsson

Director-general

Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate

Robert Andrén

Director-general

The Swedish Energy Agency

Helén Axelsson

Director energy and environment

The Steel Industry (Jernkontoret)

Ola Hansén

Senior advisor sustainable energy and climate

WWF

Karin Comstedt Webb

Head of sustainability

Cementa

Mattias Goldmann

Moderator and head of sustainability

Sweco

Katarina Kolar

Sustainability Director

SCA

Rickard Nordin

Energy Spokesperson

The Center Party

Monica Haider

Energy Spokesperson

The Social Democrates

Lorentz Tovatt

Energy Spokesperson

The Green Party

Rose Galloway Green

Senior Policy Advisor, Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

UK Government

Susanne Kolmert

Project Manager

Modity

Nicklas Skår

Director Regulatory Affairs (Photo: Ernst Henry Photography))

Swedish Enterprise

Lotta Johnsson Fornarve

Member of Swedish Parliament (Left party)) Photo: Anders Löwdin.

Delegation and Committee of Defence

Oskar Backman

Investment Manager

Polhem Infra

Malin Stridh

Head of market unit, (Photo: Johan Alp)

Swedish TSO

Fredrick Federley

Vice President of the Renew Europe group

European Parliament

Karin Hammarlund

Project Manager

Swedish Research Programme Vindval

Camilla Brodin

Energy Spokesperson

The Christian Democratic party

Lars Hjälmered

Energy Spokesperson

The Moderate Party

Tove Andersson

Partner

Setterwall Law Firm

Birger Lahti

Energy Spokesperson

The Left Party