Climate leadership:

European Industry at the forefront
12 March, 12:00-14:30 I Swedish Permanent Representation to the EU

As part of the EU Industry Days, the HYBRIT Initiative – a joint venture between SSAB, LKAB and
Vattenfall – cordially invites you to join its local side event on Climate leadership: European industry at the forefront”,  hosted at the Swedish Permanent Representation to the EU.
The event will discuss industry transformation against the backdrop of the European Commission’s
long-term strategy and vision for a net zero goal by 2050, and deliver policy recommendations for industry, NGOs, academia and wider society.


The following questions will guide the discussion:

  • How can we develop an EU industrial policy that supports both competitiveness and climate?
  • What role can low-carbon technologies, renewable electricity, hydrogen and energy storage play in a renewed EU industrial policy?
  • How can public and private actors unlock the necessary investments?

Programme
12:00-13:00: Lunch and Registration

13.00-13.15: Introductory remarks

  • HE Ms Åsa Webber, Ambassador, Deputy Permanent Representative of Sweden to the EU, Swedish Permanent Representation to the EU;
  • Mårten Görnerup, CEO. Hybrit Development AB.

13.15-14.15: Panel debate

  • Matilda Axelson, Doctoral Researcher Industrial innovation and low-carbon technologies, Vrije Universiteit Brussel {VUB);
  • Suzana Carp, Brussels Office Lead, Sandbag;
  • High level official, Finnish Permanent Representation to the EU (TBC);
  • Roman Doubrava, Deputy Head of Unit, DG CLIMA, European Commission;
  • Mikael Nordlander, Head of R&D Portfolio Industry Decarbonisation, Vattenfall;
  • Domenico Rosetti di Valdalbero, Deputy Head of Unit, DG RTD, European Commission.

Moderator: Lars J. Nilsson, Professor. Lund University.

14.15-14.30: Q&A

RSVP

Please respond by email to event@hybrit.se by 8th March 2019

Square de Meeûs 30, 1000, Bruxelles

The HYBRIT Initiative endeavours to revolutionise steel-making. HYBRIT aims to replace coal with fossil free electricity and green hydrogen. The result will be the world’s first fossil-free iron-and steel-making technology, with virtually no carbon footprint. It is a paradigm shift in the history of steel making and can play a significant role to contribute to reach E.U’s climate goals.

www.hybritdevelopment.com