All you need to know

Language translation

All main seminars offer simultaneous translation into English.

The Venue

VIND takes place at the historic Münchenbryggeriet (The Brewery), in Stockholm. This excellent venue holds the Nordic Ecolabel and has outstanding views over Lake Mälaren towards the City Hall. Find us.

Please travel environmentally-friendly to the event, or offset your emissions here.

SJ – Travel by train
Arlanda Express
SL – Stockholm public transport

Contact

Questions? Do not hesitate to contact Ylva Tengblad, Project Manager for VIND

Twitter

#VIND2021

Wifi

Network: VIND2021 Password: VIND2021

Free Wifi will be available on site. However, if you need a strong and secure connection we recommend you order extra.

Conference hotel

New this year: Joint conference hotel. Read more and book here.

Some of our speakers

Anders Ygeman

Minister of Energy and Digitization

Swedish Government

Lotta Medelius-Bredhe

Director General

The Swedish TSO

Robert Andrén

Director-general

The Swedish Energy Agency

Anne Vadasz Nilsson

Director-general

Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate

Björn Risinger

Director-general

Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Rickard Nordin

Energy Spokesperson

The Center Party

Jytte Guteland

MP, lead negotiator climate law

European Parliament (S)

Lorentz Tovatt

Energy Spokesperson

The Green Party

Camilla Brodin

Energy Spokesperson

The Christian Democratic party

Lars Hjälmered

Energy Spokesperson

The Moderate Party

Anna-Karin Hatt

CEO

LRF (Photo: Johanna Norin)

Briger Lahti

Energy Spokesperson

The Left Party

Susanne Kolmert

Project Manager

Modity

Mattias Goldmann

Moderator and head of sustainability

Sweco

Tove Andersson

Partner

Setterwall Law Firm

Oskar Backman

Investment Manager

Polhem Infra

Malgosia Bartosik

Vice President

WindEurope

Daniel Gustafsson

Senior Vice President Power System

Swedish TSO (Photo: Johan Alp)

Monica Haider

Energy Spokesperson

The Social Democrats

Ola Hansén

Senior advisor sustainable energy and climate

WWF