Nordic Clean Energy Week - Creating a fossil free energy district

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Nordenskiöldsgatan 24, 211 19 Malmö

tisdag 22 maj 2018

09:15 - 10:00

Are you fed up with fossil fuels in the built environment? At this seminar you will see how a fossil-free energy district is developing in Gothenburg, Sweden. The goal is to create a smart, local market place for property owners including both electricity and district heating and cooling.
Nordic Clean Energy Week

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Are you fed up with fossil fuels in the built environment? At this seminar you will see how a fossil-free energy district is developing in Gothenburg, Sweden. The goal is to create a smart, local market place for property owners including both electricity and district heating and cooling

The aspiration is to be a full-scale demonstration including 15.000 end-users cutting energy peaks by 80%, operating 100% fossil free. The initiative is co-financed by the European Regional and Development Fund (UIA).

On a Q&A session you can ask questions to project partners representing business, research and municipality (triple helix): Johanneberg Science Park, Ericssson AB and the City of Gothenburg.

Fossil-free Energy Districts

Moderator:
– Lars Bern, Area Manager Innovation & Energy, Business Region Göteborg AB

Speaker on seminar:
– Claes Sommansson, Project manager FED and Open Arena Energy, Johanneberg Science Park

Q&A with experts:
 Marcus Törnqvist, Head of Energy & Utilities, Ericsson AB
– Claes Sommansson, Project manager FED and Open Arena Energy, Johanneberg Science Park
– Lars Bern, Area Manager Innovation & Energy, Business Region Göteborg AB

Organizer:
Business Region Göteborg and Johanneberg Science Park

Registration:
Open invitation

More information about Nordic Clean Energy Week

EU UIA

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The Fossil-free Energy Districts project, FED, is an innovative effort by the City of Gothenburg, Sweden, to decrease the use of energy and the dependence on fossil fuel in a built environment. A unique local market for electricity, district heating and cooling is being developed together with eight strong partners. Johanneberg Science Park, Göteborg Energi, Business Region Göteborg, Ericsson, RISE Research Institutes of Sweden, Akademiska Hus, Chalmersfastigheter and Chalmers University of Technology are all contributing with their expertise and knowledge to make FED attractive for other European cities as well. During 2017−2019 the FED testbed will be situated on Campus Johanneberg. FED is financed by Urban Innovative Actions, an initiative of the European Commission for cities to test new solutions for urban challenges.

 

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