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Webinars Statkraft has hosted, or where our experts have participated:
- Fortune Magazine webinar - on April 8. 2021 our EVP International Power, Jürgen Tzschoppe, joined this talk on tech and sustainability
- Sparebank1 Markets Energy Conference - watch CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen's talk at the conference on February 18. 2021
- Europe 2021 - on February 4. 2021 our CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen participated in a discussion on the future of Europe's energy transition
- MatchMaker@OIW - on September 24. 2020 Anders Prietz, Head of Statkraft Ventures, did a reverse pitch at ONS and StartupLab's event at Oslo Innovation Week. Anders' pitch starts at 22:30.
- ONS Goes Digital - on September 1. 2020 our CEO Christian Rynning-Tønnesen shared his thoughts on energy, innovation and tech at ONS' digital conference
- Statkraft and BloombergNEF webinar - on June 9. 2020 BloombergNEF and Statkraft discussed BNEF's Long-Term Electric Vehicle Outlook
Here you will find podcasts Statkraft's experts have participated on:
- "The hype of hydrogen" - On June 2. 2020 Ulf Eriksen, who heads our Hydrogen team, was a guest on ONS Energy Talks. The topic: Why hydrogen is more than a hype!
- "The driving forces in renewable energy markets" - On May 5. 2020 our Head of Global Drivers, Gry Åmodt, discussed energy, climate and trends in the energy sector on ONS Energy Talks
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Electrification of the transport, buildings and industrial sectors in Europe could slash greenhouse-gas emissions by 60 per cent between 2020 and 2050, according to a new report published today by research company BloombergNEF (BNEF).
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