Senior Associate, Kaya
The demand for renewable energy is soaring, with technologies rapidly evolving and amplifying its potential. The Arctic is a prime source of hydro, wind, and geothermal energy, offering vast opportunities and territory for industrial off-takers. Explore the political and regulatory framework that shapes this renewable energy landscape, and gain insights from concrete examples of thriving Arctic renewable energy and off taken projects.
Deputy Mayor of Tromsø, Norway
Associate Professor, US Naval War College
Chief Economist, Aker Horizons
Professor of Education, University of Lapland; Adjunct Professor, University of Helsinki; Member, Saami Parliament of Finland
Senior Researcher, Arctic Centre, University of Lapland