The 9th Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM9) and the 3rd Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI-3) are co-hosted by the European Commission together with Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland and the Nordic Council of Ministers and take place back-to-back in the cities of Copenhagen and Malmö respectively, on May 22–24, 2018. This is known as the Öresund region and the two cities are famously linked by the Öresund Bridge.
The overall theme for 2018 is Energy Integration and Transition: towards a competitive and innovative low carbon economy.
While the two forums are distinct in character and content they share a common goal: accelerating the clean energy revolution. The Öresund Bridge symbolises this complementarity. It will connect and take ministers and other high-level delegates gathered in Malmö for the MI-3 Ministerial, to the CEM9 meeting in Copenhagen. The discussion will move from Mission lnnovation, focusing on scaling up R&D for the new technologies of the future, to the Clean Energy Ministerial which aims to facilitate the deployment of the clean energy technologies and solutions already available today.
The annual Mission lnnovation and Clean Energy Ministerial meetings provide an extraordinary opportunity for energy policy makers to inspire, create engagement and build momentum towards their common goal of accelerating the clean energy transition.
Visit https://www.cem9-mi3.eu/ for more information.
Nordic Clean Energy Week
In addition to a number of official side events in connection with the two ministerial meetings, many Clean Energy activities will take place during the same week all over Copenhagen and Malmö under the umbrella “Nordic Clean Energy Week”, on May 21 – 24, 2018. The Nordic Clean Energy Week is co-hosted by Sweden and Denmark. During this week, politicians, researchers, business and industry will gather to discuss future energy solutions.
Read the program and register at https://nordiccleanenergyweek.com/
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