Zero-carbon energy systems

Accelerating the transition to net-negative energy systems in Nordic countries and the EU is the key. In this theme group we follow and contribute to the discussions related to renewables and nuclear production, hydrogen economy and CCS as part of the solution. We focus on business models and policies necessary for their development.

The theme group takes a look at how to finance the critical infrastructure for energy transition—hydrogen transmission networks, energy storage etc. The group aggregates Nordic expertise to influence EU officials in shaping progressive legislation.

Timeline: 1,5 years, until 30.6.2025

Recommended participants: Energy experts and hydrogen-related development managers

Co-chairs:
Antti Arasto, Vice President, Industrial energy and hydrogen, VTT
Erik Skogström, Division Director, Industry and Energy, Sweco

Facilitator:
Juha Turkki, Development Director, CLC

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