Nordic Clean Energy Week

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From 21 to 25 May 2018, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland, the European Commission, and the Nordic Council of Ministers will host the Ninth Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM9) and Third Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI3) in Copenhagen and Malmö.

Copenhagen and Malmo will also host the Nordic Clean Energy Week (NCEW), which will accelerate the world's renewable energy transformation. Participants include decision makers, ministers, companies, investors, researchers, and experts in the field of energy and climate from the world's largest economies.

Together, CEM and MI countries account for 75% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Therefore, the Clean Energy Week is an important event towards reaching the Paris Agreement's objectives for a fossil-free future.

At the same time, the CEM and MI countries account for 90% of global energy investments, providing opportunities for business to showcase innovative solutions and to gain access to major export markets.

The week long gathering in Copenhagen and Malmo (known as the Öresund Region), at the end of May is an important platform for showcasing sustainable Nordic energy solutions to the world.

Minister of Energy, Utilities and Climate Lars Chr. Lilleholt:

"Hosting the CEM9/MI-3 allows us as Denmark to showcase our solutions in renewable conversion to the world's largest economies. At the same time, the Nordic Clean Energy Week is an important contribution to achieving global climate goals."



The Ministry of Energy, Utilities and Climate carries out Denmark's role as a host country for Clean Energy Ministerial and Mission Innovation.


Please contact State of Green if you or your organization is interested in joining the Nordic Clean Energy Week:

Nordic Clean Energy Week

In parallel with the ministerial meetings of the CEM and MI, a number of conferences, meetings and events about energy and sustainability will take place as part of the Nordic Clean Energy Week.

State of Green coordinates Nordic Clean Energy Week with Vestas as its main sponsor. Here, public and private companies and organizations can showcase solutions for renewable energy.

See the program for Nordic Clean Energy Week

Clean Energy Ministerial

The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) is a platform for ministers and decision makers, and focuses on how to learn from each other's expertise and successful experiences with sustainable energy solutions.

CEM focuses on practical cooperation, exchange of expertise and successful experiences in renewable energy solutions and includes the involvement of business.

Read more about Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM)

Mission Innovation

Mission Innovation (MI) strengthens research in clean energy technologies to accelerate a cost-effective green conversion.

Mission Innovation is therefore an important contribution to the implementation of the Paris Agreement.

Read more about Mission Innovation