SESSION 1    9.00-10.30 The Swedish solar industry – now, then and tomorrow

Swedish solar industry – current situation, development over the past 10 years, where are we in 10 years? (1h)

Lars HedströmSolkompaniet, leads an exciting conversation together with Anna WernerSvensk Solenergi, about the development of the Swedish solar in the last 10 years and together with guests makes a look at the development of the sun in the next 10 years.

  • Where do we stand today after the last 10 years’ development in the industry?
  • 2010 – what did it look like then? System sizes? Cost images?
  • What was the State of the Art?
  • Reflections, anecdotes, reflections, memories from an evolving industry.
  • Outlook in Solar Sweden – Where are we going next year?
  • Local production and explorations of the European market – Christoffer Löfquist, Midsummer
  • Where do we stand in 10 years?
  • Industry views, technicians in our solar everyday life then, is there more than just sun in the offer?
  • Live discussions by the participants about their views on the next 10 years

Discussion about the development of solar energy in Sweden (30 min)

  • Input and questions from guests on site as well as the chat

Participants

  • Lars HedströmModerator och samtalsledare
  • Anna WernerSvensk Solenergi
  • Christoffer LöfquistMidsummer
  • Björn Sandén, Professor innovation och hållbarhet
  • Erik MartinssonSvea Solar
  • Jonas HelanderEnergiengagemang 

SESSION 2    10.30-12.00 Energy communities

Energy communities – a must for a sustainable future (1h)

Joachim LindborgSUST, takes us into the concept of energy communities and what it means. Moderator is Anna C. Karlsson, County Administrative Board, who works with energy and transport issues on a daily basis.

Overview of all received consultation responses, what is this for us in the solar industry?

David LarssonSolisten

Local solar communities – a path to strengthened energy democracy?

Josefine WangelSveriges Lantbruksuniversitet

The network owner’s perspective on Energy Communities

Lena af Geijerstam Unger, Härnösands Energi

  • What does the conversion from classic customers to an energy community mean for a network owner?

  • In what way does this differ from current solutions but IMD – Individual measurement and billing?

Discussion about MEG and what we can benefit from doing the energy transition together! (30 min)

  • Input and questions from guests on site as well as the chat

Participants

12.00-13.00    Lunch

Do not miss! During the lunch hour, Solcellspodden broadcasts live with Erik Wallnér in the lead from Stora Salen.

Also, take the opportunity to visit our exhibitors in their digital stands.

SESSION 3    13.00-15.00 Flexibility for a sustainable energy system

What does flexibility mean in our future energy system? (1.5h)

  • What does it look like in Sweden today?

  • How do we create opportunities for the end consumer to drive the energy transition while creating new business and revenue?

  • What does the journey towards flexibility look like?

  • What solutions already exist today, and which ones will we need to create?

  • Who should be responsible for the flexibility, is it companies, those in power or individuals?

  • Energy tax and grid fees – two important issues for more local renewable energy and smart energy sharing.

 

Insights and lessons learned from pilot tests in Helsinki. Nuuka Solutions – insights and learnings from Nuuka’s ongoing Demand Response projects together with the city of Helsinki, Ville Julin and Susanne Hedblom

Conversations with our speakers from the flex session (30 min)

    • Input and questions from guests on site as well as the chat

Participants

Program in Hall C

Sal C – the stage is yours!

Just like last year, we give exhibitors and others the opportunity to book a session to present their product, service or idea, we welcome you to create the fair together with us. The sessions are 20 minutes long with a break of 10 minutes between each session

Hall C  program