Suggested actions for the Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan
One of five suggested paths from the IVA project Vägval el is to look upon electricity as an opportunity for industrial development and reduced climate impact.
CERE’s Runar Brännlund participated in the project and in June they handed over their compiled report to the Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan. Suggested paths;
Path 1: Look upon electricity as a facilitator for industrial development and reduced climate impact Path 2: Provide flexibility for cost-effective development of the power system Path 3: Take more environmental issues in to consideration than climate Path 4: Establish a goal to secure supply in order to maintain the high levels of today Path 5: Strengthen cooperation with the other countries
CERE’s Runar Brännlund, as his wont, will visit the week for politicians in Almedalen on Gotland. This year for Energiföretagen (the Energy businesses).
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Arrangör: Energiföretagen Sverige Dag: 6/7 2016 12:15 - 13:00
Elmarknaden är i kraftig omvandling. Mer vind och sol betyder osäkrare leveranser. Men vill vi ha samma säkra nivå som idag? Vad får det i så fall kosta? Eller ska vi för miljöns skull acceptera att det ibland är mörkare?
Arrangör: Energiföretagen Sverige Dag: 6/7 2016 14:15 - 15:00
Staten tar årligen ut ca 40 miljarder från elsektorn i skatt. Är det rimligt och hur stabil är elsektorn som skattebas på sikt? Vilken beskattning av elsektorn sker idag och hur skulle beskattningen kunna göras annorlunda. Konsekvenser av beskattning av elproduktion, konsumtion av el m.m. diskuteras.
The Global Swede Ceremony is one of a kind! The objective is to promote Swedish export globally by making valuable contacts with highly successful foreign students registered at Swedish Universities and to engage the students to become Swedish ambassadors. The result of the ceremony is a longstanding relationship which rewards the Swedish foreign export and the Swedish Industry. The acknowledgement is given to students who have excelled within innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship. This was the sixth time the ceremony was held and the year 2016 Global Swede Ceremony SLU student was given to the PhD student Philip Kofi Adom for his thesis. CERE is happy for Philips’ achievements and is grateful to be part of the network.