CERE and USBE together with Övik Energi, Umeå Energi and Skellefteå Kraft are in the process of starting a new competence center that will focus on solving energy issues that could arise in a future sustainable energy landscape as well as facilitating for policy-makers how to best move us into a sustainable future. Join the online discussions on Tomorrows energy landscape – what it looks like and how do we get there? On January 26th at 13.00. (Click on headline to learn more)
The global warming stresses a need for change in energy supply towards more renewable sources. This shift demands a changed societal behavior where policy-makers on all levels need to prioritize between different actions to reach new climate and energy policy targets.
A decision-making process based on better priorities and more efficient trade-offs needs new knowledge. The new competence center: Energy North will work with analyzing the future sustainable energy landscape in northern Sweden. The new center will ensure that researchers pose the relevant questions through cooperation between academia via CERE and USBE and the energy market via Övik Energi, Umeå Energi and Skellefteå Kraft.
On January 26th at 13.00 – an inter-disciplinary workshop will be held to share thoughts and ideas as well as finding ways for collaborating on research and applications. The goal is to learn your perspective on Tomorrows energy landscape – what it looks like and how do we get there?
Learn more and sign up for the event.