New energy systems for the people – lessons, insights and models from Sweden and India 

  • Date: –12:00
  • Location: Digitalt evenemang
  • Organiser: Uppsala universitet
  • Contact person: Owe Ronström
  • Seminarium

Can we drastically increase the per person access to clean and affordable energy while reducing the carbon footprint? What are the learnings from Sweden and India on leveraging innovative technologies to create sustainable energy systems that are affordable for people and communities?

There exists a direct correlation between a better quality of life and increased energy access. However, the clean energy access challenge is not merely an infrastructure challenge. The need to involve multiple stakeholders, including communities and innovators in evolving solutions that are appropriate for the local level is more important than ever.

Join us as we explore the learnings from Sweden and India on leveraging technologies to create sustainable energy systems that are innovative, affordable and accessible for people and communities.

The speakers include experts from academia, industry and policy from India and Sweden.

See the event in the programme for Almedalen Week

 

During the Almedalen Week, Uppsala University co-arranges several seminars on the theme Engaging India at Almedalen 2021: Future Urbanisms.

Monday 5 July:

Part 3,12:45-13:45: SDG:s and Industry 4.0 - creating a new purpose economy

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Part 4, 14:15-15:30:  Towards a Zero City - what the world can learn from Swedish 'lagom' and Indian 'sunya'

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