Prospects for Swedish-Korean Renewable Energy Cooperation: Sharing Lessons and Experiences

Thursday 10 June 2021 / 09:00 - 10:00 /

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In recent decades, the renewable energy sector has grown in prominence as one of the key tools for addressing present and future environmental concerns. South Korea and Sweden are two of the world’s most innovative and technologically advanced countries, and they have devoted significant resources to this transition in recent years. Regardless of their dedication to renewable energy, these two countries have different approaches. This webinar will look at how these two countries can work together to strengthen their renewable energy sectors. In order to accomplish a better and more effective transition to renewables, nations must share their knowledge and best practices.

We are delighted to welcome Dean Lee Jae-seung of the Graduate School of International Studies of Korea University, Senior Research Fellow Francis Johnson of the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI), Senior Portfolio Manager Andreas Stubelius of the Swedish Energy Agency, and Director of the Global Project Division Kyung Soon Park of the Korea Energy Agency. The session will be moderated by Anders Hektor, Science & Innovation Counsellor at the Swedish Embassy in Seoul.

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