REINVENT’s coordinator Lars J Nilsson took part at ‘The future of energy in industry’ event in Lund, organised by WIN Energy, and gave a talk titled Future Outlook on Energy in Industry. See more information and the programme below.
The future of energy in industry
December 6 2018, Lund
New technology and innovation enables industry to produce, store and sell energy through their operations. This development opens up brand new business opportunities in the industrial sector. If you are interest in WIN Energy, but are unable to attend this meeting, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On December 6th we gather national and international actors from start-ups, large corporations, public organizations and academia to discuss the future of energy in industry. Get input and insights and meet new and old business connections – come and join the first stand-alone WIN Energy meeting!
08.00 - 09.00 Registration & mingle
Welcome, Klas Bertilsson, Alfa Laval
Energy efficiency in reality – How Alfa Laval support you saving energy, Martin Jönsson, Alfa Laval
Presentation WIN, Maria Sätherström Lantz, manager WIN
Expectations on WIN Energy, Maria Sätherström Lantz, Patrik Rydén, Olof Blomqvist, WIN and Klas Bertilsson, Alfa Laval
Future Outlook on Energy in Industry, Lars J Nilsson, Professor at Environmental and Energy Systems Studies at LTH, Lund University
Example of how a large corporate company can work with startups, Sara Hamlin, Eon Agile
Energy solutions for a sustainable industry, Sonny Strömberg, EON
To be announced, Lars G Hansen, Alfa Laval
Pitches by 5 innovation companies: Climeon, Enerzise, Wiotech, Lithium Balance, Alelion Energy Systems
12.00 - 13.00 Mingle and lunch
13.00 Study visit Alfa Laval (optional)
Place: Alfa Laval, Rudeboksvägen 1, 226 55 Lund, Sweden
Date: December 6 2018
Time: 9.00 – 13:00 (incl. lunch; optional study visit at Alfa Laval from 13:00)
Host: Alfa Laval
How do I get to Alfa Laval?
From Lund C, take the green bus 4 towards Gunnesbo and get off at the bus stop called "Alfa Laval".