More wind power - but less support

At the current rate of investment, the Swedish Electricity Certificates system will be played out as soon as 2018. After then, onshore wind power in Sweden will have to keep expanding without support. Are our conditions good enough to bring in capital while also competing with other countries whose support systems are intact? Aquila Capital, KGAL and BlackRock discuss what it would take for them to keep investing in wind power in Sweden. Hear the Energy minister of Lithuania give examples of how European partnerships can be utilized, or how the CEO of Vattenfall Magnus Hall views the critical role that offshore wind power will play in the future.

Sverker Åkerblom

Director, Alternative Investments - Renewable Power


Ingmar Helmke

Senior Investment Manager Energy & Infrastructure,

Aquila Capital

Thina Saltvedt

Senior Advisor

Nordea Sustainable Finance

Justine Ryan

Global Director

GE Renewable Energy

Zygimantas Vaiciunas

Minister of Energy

Republic of Lithuania

Magnus Hall


(Foto: Jeanette Hägglund)