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Game over or new opportunities? European power-intensive industries in a low-emissions EU

Europe need jobs. Sustainable industries can offer jobs and growth, but they must be competitive, low carbon and provide welfare for workers. To meet htese conditions, industry must be best the performer on process and energy efficiency, have access to affordable, renewable as well as low-carbon energy and use new innovative technologies. Developing research-based competences are the key to making this happen.

So how do we  foster a sustainable and competitive industry in Europe? What is the role for policymakers and researchers - and what can industry do themselves?

These are the issues for debate at Norway House, 19 June 2017. Kick-starting the EU Sustainable Energy Week, the Mission of Norway to the EU and CEPS warmly welcome your participation.

Christian Egenhofer (CEPS) and Sandrine Dixson-Declève (Senior Advisor, Corporate Purpose, Sustainability, & Low Carbon Solutions) will moderate, interview speakers and bring in the audience. Follow and participate in the debate on Twitter: #sustind




H.E. Ms Oda Helen Sletens
Mission of Norway to the EU
Christian Egenhofer
Sandrine Dixson-Declève
Senior Advisor
Stein Inge Liasjo
Strategy Director,
Bjorn Kjetil Mauritzen
Head of Climate Office,
Per Brevik
Director Sustainabilty,
Heidelberg Cement Norway
Petter Rokke
Antti IImari Peltomaki
Deputy Director-General,
European Commission
Hans van Steen
European Commission
Michael Belsnes
Research Manager,
Steinar Eikaas
Vice President Business Development,
Sigmund Storset
Hyper Project
Kjetil Lund
Vice President,
Peter Handley
European Commission


19 June 2017Monday13:30 - 18:00
Participation in this event is free of charge. Registration is required to participate.
Norway House
rue Archimede 17
1000 Brussels