Program ready for KTH Energy Dialogue 2021 Live at KTH on November 18th
The KTH Energy Dialogue 2021 on 18 November will focus on science for sustainability and the impact of research. The program highlights the width of research fields at KTH with a selection of topics vital for the transformation towards sustainability. Specifically for this year, guest speakers will add a business perspective, and short pitches will present research impact cases that all contributes to sustainable energy developments.
The KTH Energy Dialogue is an annual event arranged by the KTH Energy Platform. It is a celebration of energy research and an inclusive meeting point for dialogues on scientifically based solutions aiming at the Sustainable Development Goals.
“It will be a physical event where we will enjoy to seeing you all again in person at KTH Campus in Nymble! We have truly missed these dialogues in person with colleagues at KTH and our network. For this year we follow our typical format: starting with a networking lunch and poster exhibition – also including a contest for best poster , then we have our program in plenary session, with a networking break, in between the four sessions,” says Lina Bertling Tjernberg, Director of KTH Energy Platform.
She gives a special warm welcome to the distinguished guest speakers Jenny Larsson Country Managing Director Sweden Hitachi Energy, Lena Österberg Head of Sustainability Research & Strategy Carnegie and Bo Normark Industrial Strategy Executive EIT InnoEnergy and Honorary doctor at KTH 2021.
“They will together with researchers at KTH, including the new, Per Lundqvist, and former Göran Finnheden, Vice presidents at KTH on Sustainability discuss solutions and needs for sustainable developments with special focus on large scale wind power, solar cell technologies and recyclable battery solutions. For the first time the program includes a pitch session which selected impact cases from the recent Research Assessment Evaluation at KTH – there will be a lot to discuss during the networking sessions. Hope to see you there!,“ Lina Bertling Tjernberg concludes.