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All prices are excluding VAT +25%. Meals are included until October 7, after wich a late booking fee also will apply.

Welcome to The Brewery (Münchenbryggeriet) in Stockholm

Info: Tickets for visitors

Entry to seminars and exhibition on both days

Member             SEK 6590
Non-member    SEK 8790
Public sector*   SEK 2800
Student**          SEK 150 (excl. meals)

Entry to exhibition only

Two days               SEK 1550
One day                 SEK 825

10-year anniversary dinner SEK 985 3 courses, drinks and entertainment

*Refers to employees of public agencies, county councils and municipal administrations. **Minimum study timetable of 75% of full-time study. Show student ID at the entrance.

Info: Tickets for exhibitors

Ticket upgrades for trade stand personnel

Upgrade for members              SEK 5490
Upgrade for non-member       SEK 7690

All trade stand personell have to register. One free exhibitor ticket is included per 4 m2 of booked space. If you wish for this ticket to also include entry to the seminars, you can upgrade your ticket.

Exhibitor’s guest* tickets

One day excl. meals                  SEK 170
One day incl. meals                  SEK 710

A ‘guest’ is a business contact invited by an exhibitor*. If you wish to purchase a ticket for someone: Please click the link for making changes found at the bottom of the confirmation letter you recieved when booking your trade stand.

*The ticket cannot be used by employees of the exhibitor company or contacts among member companies of the Swedish Wind Energy Association.

09May

News

New ministry – new minister

Sweden’s new minister for energy and digitalization opens the event at VIND 2019 on the 23rd of October in Stockholm. The energy system is a crucial part of Swedish infrastructure, and the power grid faces both reinvestments as well as modernization. Solutions for a flexible

Some of our speakers

Anders Ygeman

Minister of Energy and Digitalisation

The Swedish Government

Ulla Sandborgh

Acting Director-general (Photo: Johan Alp)

Swedish Transmission Systems Operator

Giles Dickson

CEO

WindEurope

Katarina Kolar

Sustainability Director

SCA

Magnus Hall

CEO (Photo: Jeanette Hägglund)

Vattenfall

Johanna Lakso

CEO

Power Circle

Jakob Granit

Director-general

Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management

Anne Vadasz Nilsson

Director-general

Swedish Energy Markets Inspectorate

Robert Andrén

Director-general

The Swedish Energy Agency

Charlotte Unger Larson

CEO

Swedish Wind Energy Association

Björn Risinger

Director-general

Swedish Environmental Protection Agency

Camilla Brolin

Energy Spokesperson

The Christian Democratic Party

Mattias Goldmann

Moderator and CEO

Fores Think-tank

Tanja Tränkle

Project Manager Renewable Energy

RISE

Lorentz Tovatt

Energy Spokesperson

The Green Party

Cecilia Bergman

Senior Originator

AXPO

Lars Hjälmered

Energy Spokesperson

The Conservatives

Katarina Luhr

Commissioner for Climate and Environment (The Greens)

The City of Stockholm

Per Langer

Executive Vice President City Solutions

Fortum

Elisabet Falemo

Director-general(Photo: John Persson)

National Electrical Safety Board

Erik Brandsma

CEO, Board Member

Jämtkraft, Swedish Wind Energy Association

Pia Pehrson

Partner and lawyer

Foyen Law Firm

Henrik Sjöholm

CEO and Chairman of the Board

Holmen Paper / SKGS (Photo: Ulla-Carin Ekblom)

Hanna Rydhed

Head of Permits and Environment

Stena Renewable (photo: cecilia.com)

Lennart Söder

Professor Electric Power Systems

Royal Academy of Technology (KTH)

Mari-Louise Wernersson

Wind Power Coordinator (C)

South East Region

Markus Wråke

CEO

Energiforsk (Photo: Jini Sofia)

Ann-Sofie Eriksson

Section Manager (Photo: Tomas Sodergren)

Swedish Association of Local Authorities and Regions

Lars Stjernkvist

Mayor

City of Norrköping