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Since 2009, leading companies in the Baltic and Nordic region have convened at the Baltic and Nordic Energy Summit to discuss the issues and the way forward for projects seeking to transition to renewable energy and decarbonize. The Forum offers an unparalleled opportunity to learn from leading experts on regional energy trends and energy market developments as well as discover cutting-edge innovations and ideas at the forefront of today’s energy revolution.
It is our pleasure to announce that the 2023 edition will take place in Tallinn on 28-29 November 2023. This is to further discuss action plans, initiatives, and priorities in the Baltic-Nordic region. Among the topics that will be covered are:
- Baltic Hydrogen Collector
- Balancing power and related strategies
- Solar boom and financing opportunities
- Sustainable finance and financing trends
- Battery energy storage system (BESS)
- Offshore wind and opportunities for onshore projects
- Review of the Finnish FSRU’s first year
- Power to X
- Renewable fuels
Keynote Presenters And Panelists
Björn Santana Arvidsson
Jesper Møller Boye
Peter Nørby Svendsen
and Research Service, AST
- Lessons learned from operating offshore wind farms in the region and up-and-coming projects
- Baltic Sea countries are expected to increase their offshore wind capacity sevenfold by 2030. What barriers and opportunities will exist between now and 2030, as well as how to overcome them? How to overcome them?
- What direction do we need to take and what does the Baltic/Nordic supply chain need to succeed?
- Baltic Sea offshore wind expansion potential: hybrid interconnectors and energy islands projects across borders
- TSO views on offshore developments
In the Baltics and Nordics, where solar energy is one of the most widely used energy sources, major effort is being put into harnessing its full potential. The purpose of this session is to discuss the market's challenges as well as investment appetite for new investments. Who is interested in developing and investing in new solar capacity? Who are the major players, and what challenges do they face? How is the industry progressing with technology? Are there any new concepts for upcoming solar projects?
Experts agree: without hydrogen, net zero emissions are impossible. This session will provide an update regarding national hydrogen infrastructure strategies and critical cross-border collaborations, such as the Baltic Sea Hydrogen Collector and Nordic Baltic Hydrogen Corridor (NBHC) as well as strategies for capturing and storing carbon dioxide. What progress have we made in implementing national strategies? Is there a timeline and what are the plans? How can regional actors engage in the hydrogen economy? What is the best way to accelerate the development of these projects? Case studies from the region.
Financing the energy transition to a low-carbon economy poses many questions for stakeholders. Adapting the financial choice according to the project's characteristics is of utmost importance. A panel of experts will shed more light on recent landmark deals and reflect on financing opportunities for energy transitions. Our discussion will also cover the growing sustainable financing market, the rationale for choosing a SLB, identifying KPIs, and industry bottlenecks.
In order to achieve net-zero economies, renewable energies like solar and wind power must be expanded rapidly. As a result, the PPA market continues to grow and has the potential to pave the way for combating climate change. Nevertheless, it is crucial to ensure enough funding is available for green energy projects, as well as to make such projects more appealing to investors. In which markets have PPAs been used recently? How are market actors navigating PPA selection? In terms of investment climate, which PPA model is best? What are the major concerns of large power consumers, market risks and challenges on the way
- A renewables perspective on PtX - Do we have sufficient production capacity of renewables available? How can we scale green hydrogen to mainstream adoption?
- Accelerating industrial PtX solutions development
- Case studies from EuropeanEnergy on the latest and world’s largest fully integrated PtX facility in Denmark with hydrogen and e-methanol production for green plastic production
- Feasibility studies on new PtX projects in the region
- Recent advances in P2X technology
- Costs and financing of Power-to-X
Having a reliable energy storage system is essential to ensuring a continuous supply of energy from renewable sources. This session examines key topics that are setting trends and shaping the future of the Baltic & Nordic battery and energy storage industry. Our discussion also covers regulatory progress, the latest case studies, cost and financing outlooks, and the question of which is better for grid storage: hydrogen or batteries?
To achieve carbon neutrality by 2050, we'll need new carbon reduction strategies for transporting goods, people, and services. Innovations in technology and fuel solutions must be available and adopted broadly to enable diversified clean energy fuel sources such as renewable diesel and other renewable fuels to become more popular. This session provides an overview of the latest developments within the renewable fuel industry.. It explores the options for SAF, ethanol, biodiesel, hydrogen, and their derivatives and their availability.
Investing in energy has become a hot sector in recent years, and is a reliable, long-term investment that can drive the Baltic/Nordic sustainable energy transition. The session will provide an overview of emerging trends, focus on M&A deals in the last 12 months and renewable energy industry challenges in the region. What are investors' motivations and expectations? Where to find the most interesting opportunities, and which sectors will drive investment activity into the foreseeable future?
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In addition, the fund can invest in infrastructure that supports the fund’s primary investment targets or renewable energy production, transmission and storage in general, including hydrogen production.
About the fund:
UB Renewables is fund is part of United Banker, a Finnish asset management company that is listed on the main market of Nasdaq Helsinki since June 2020. United Bankers was founded 1986 and has today 4,6 Billion euro AUM (Assets Under Management) and consist of around 200 investment professionals, managing 25 funds. United Bankers is a Nordic pioneer in real asset investments and the third largest forest owner in Finland with significant forest ownership also in the Baltics.
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