Nexans Climate Day 2021

At a time when global warming is accelerating and the energy transition is underway, the issue of sustainable electrification of the world is increasingly urgent.

Did you know that?

The demand for electricity will increase by at least 40% over the next 20 years, even if we manage to stay within the 2°C trajectory set out in the Paris Agreement in 2016.

More than 100 million European households will switch from fossil fuels to electric heating by 2050. 23,000 billion euros will be invested in electricity production resources and networks by 2040.

A year ago, we have launched the first Nexans Climate day in Paris, to address, with many experts, the main stakes of the sustainable electrification. Opened to various points of view, with a real will to debate on those stakes, Sweden will host the second Nexans Climate Day with the same ambition: a free debate between those who will design the electrification of the future.

In the program

From Oil & Gas – How big will wind become? Will offshore grid connection be too costly? Is Sweden’s solar industry ready to scale up?

A session dedicates to Generation

  • Ulrik Stridbæk, VP and Head of Regulatory Affairs Ørsted
  • Ragnhild Katteland, EVP Nexans
  • Håkon Borgen, EVP Norwegian TSO Statnett
  • Anna Werner, CEO Solar Energy Association of Sweden
  • Tomas Kåberger, Professor of Industrial Energy Policy at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg
How we will make it work? Who are the key stakeholders and what role do they play? Where will the required investments come from?

A session dedicated to Transmission & Distribution

  • Kenneth Johansson, Head of Regional Network Stockholm, Ellevio
  • Niclas Damsgaard, Chief Strategist Svenska Kraftnät (Swedish TSO)
  • Annika Viklund, CEO Vattenfall Distribution
  • Vincent Dessale, SEVP Nexans
  • Tomas Kåberger, Professor of Industrial Energy Policy at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg
How to mix Mindset and Technology to stimulate energy efficiency and power consumption?

A session dedicated to Usages

  • Anna Graaf, Head of Sustainability White Architects
  • Johan Gerklev, Head of Sustinability Skanska Sweden
  • Thomas Linderholm, Energy Specialist Fabege
  • Lars Josefsson, GM Nexans Sweden
  • Tomas Kåberger, Professor of Industrial Energy Policy at Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg
Christopher Guérin
“ From the stakes in Paris to actions in Sweden, Nexans Climate aims to open the stage to various types of actors, different visions to debate and open new gates, design new solutions.

We will be honored to welcome and learn from experts, global companies, influencers, regulators, gathered all together to make a climate vision a reality in sustainable electrification. ”
Christopher Guérin
Nexans CEO

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