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Energy ministers want to strengthen Nordic leadership in global energy transition
The Nordic region will have the most integrated and intelligent sustainable energy solutions. Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan and the Nordic energy ministers have adopted a declaration on strengthening Nordic leadership in the global energy transition. They also encouraged the Nordic business sector to draw up proposals for promoting Nordic exports of climate-smart clean energy technologies.
Welcome to the Nordic countries
In addition to a number of official side events in connection with the ministerial meetings (CEM9/MI-3), diverse energy related activities will take place in the Öresund region May 21 – 24, 2018. Nordic Clean Energy Week is co-hosted by Sweden and Denmark. During the week, politicians, researchers, business and industry will gather to discuss future energy solutions.
The world’s energy ministers gather in the Öresund region
On 23–24 May, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Norway, the European Commission and the Nordic Council of Ministers will host the Clean Energy Ministerial and Mission Innovation in Malmö and Copenhagen.
Ibrahim Baylan leads Nordic Energy Ministerial Meeting
On 22 May, the Nordic energy ministers will meet in Lund, led by Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan, to discuss deepened Nordic cooperation. The meeting will be followed by two international energy ministerial meetings in Malmö and Copenhagen on 23 and 24 May.
International energy ministerial meetings in Öresund region
In May 2018, Sweden, the EU and the Nordic countries will together host major energy ministerial meetings. In connection with these meetings, the Öresund region will also host Nordic Clean Energy Week. Politicians, researchers and business representatives will come together to discuss future energy solutions.
Swedish chairmanship at IEA Ministerial Meeting advanced energy transition
Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan chaired the International Energy Agency (IEA) Ministerial Meeting on 7–8 November in Paris. Swedish priorities regarding enhanced engagement with emerging economies to help accelerate global clean-energy transitions were raised at the meeting.
French-Swedish cooperation for a more innovative and greener EU
Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and the French President Emmanuel Macron have signed a strategic partnership for innovation, digital transformation and green solutions. The partnership will help address social challenges, create new jobs and maintain social cohesion.
France and Sweden will cooperate on green innovation
Opinion piece published in Dagens Nyheter 16 November, by Prime Minister Stefan Löfven and French President Emmanuel Macron.
Sweden one of the initiators behind new international programme to support clean energy transitions in emerging economies
Sweden, under the leadership of Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan, together with 12 other countries, has launched the Clean Energy Transitions Programme – a new International Energy Agency (IEA) programme to support clean energy transitions around the world. The programme will be an important part of enhanced international energy cooperation to implement the Paris Agreement.
Sweden shows leadership for greater gender equality in the energy sector
On 7 November, Sweden and the International Energy Agency (IEA) hosted the Women in Clean Energy side event in Paris to attract attention and generate engagement in the importance of promoting women’s participation and leadership in energy transition. Representatives of governments, international organisations and the business world took part.