Minesto debuts at COP27, Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt


8 november 2022

Today marks Minesto’s first panel session in the Swedish Pavillion at COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt. The topic of today’s panel was hosted by Svenskt Näringsliv around the topic ‘How is Sweden enabling the green transition in other countries?’. Minesto’s CEO, Martin Edlund, took part in the discussion alongside speakers from other well-established Swedish companies such as Alfa Laval and Heart Aerospace.  

The full programme of all panel discussions and presentations taking place at the Swedish Pavillion, which is organised by Business Sweden, across the whole duration of COP27 is available here: https://invitepeople.com/events/30201/seminars

We welcome you to join us digitally by signing up as a Digital Guest to gain full access to the on-site programme taking place at the Swedish Pavillion. Registration can be done here: https://invitepeople.com/events/2f499c12ee80cb78. After you have signed up as a Digital Guest, you will be able to check-in to the sessions that Minesto will be taking part in via the panel pages below.

Supporting new green tech companies

9 November, 08.00 – 09.00 CET

Hosted by Nasdaq

Companies: Minesto, Normative, Energimyndigheten (Swedish Energy Agency), Stockholm Exergi

 The importance of system-thinking and circularity for decarbonisation

11 November, 15.20 – 16.40 CET

Hosted by Ellen MacArthur Foundation

Companies: Minesto, Alfa Laval, Energimyndigheten (Swedish Energy Agency), Tetra Pak, Volvo Cars, Normative, Ragn-Sells

Clean, predictable, and safe ocean energy

14 November, 09.00 – 09.40 CET

Hosted by Minesto

Companies: Minesto, Ocean Energy Europe etc

Case Study: Swedish ocean energy kites supporting Faroe Islands to reach 100% renewable by 2030

14 November, 11.00 – 11.40 CET

Hosted by Minesto

Companies: Minesto, SEV 

ImpactTech for scale and action

17 November, 16.00 – 17.00 CET

Hosted by Einride

Participants: Minesto, Einride, Spotify, Doconomy, Heart Aerospace, Normative, Vinnova, Norrsken, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm Resilience Center

Document: Press release