Registration opens in June

Welcome in October

In the light of social distancing we are very much lucking forward to the day when we can all meet again. Hopefully this fall at VIND 2020!

*If the risk of infection remains by October, we will adapt to that situation either by allowing those with symptoms to participate digitally and expanding streaming solutions of seminars and live chats with exhibitors, or by postponing the conference.

Tickets for visitors (exkl. VAT)

Member of SWEA               SEK 6 720
Non-member                        SEK 8 965
Public sector                         SEK 2 855
Student (excl meals)*          SEK 150

Entrance only exhibition
Two days                                SEK 1 580
One day                                  SEK 840

Dinner                                   1005 SEK
Including 3 courses, two drinks and entertainment

* Student ID to be shown on site

Tickets for  exhibitors (exkl. VAT)

Upgrading of free tickets*
Member of SWEA                    5 600 kronor
Non-member                            7 845 kronor

Exhibitors’ guest tickets**
En dag exkl. måltider          175 kronor
En dag inkl. måltider           725 kronor

* One entrance ticket for the exhibition is included per booked 4 sq. m. You can upgrade this ticket to include also the main seminars. 

** The term “Guests” refers to business contacts invited by exhibitors. Guest tickets must not be used by employees of exhibiting companies or contacts from other member companies of the Swedish Wind Energy Association. Guest tickets may be purchased during the registration of a trade stand. For adding this to your existing trade stand booking, please find a link at the bottom of your confirmation e-mail. For questions please contact Madeleine.persson@blickmoteskonsult.se

04May

News

Nominations are open!

Who will win in 2020? The Swedish Renewable Energy Award is presented at the VIND 2020 event dinner. The purpose is to highlight role models (outside the energy industry) with insight into the need to use renewable electricity. Nominate your candidate before June 5.

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