The cold climate and dark periods in the Arctic results in relatively high and growing energy demands. Most of the energy supply is based on imported oil. Fluctuating oil prices, dependency on unstable countries and the vulnerable Arctic environment mean that the existing systems are outdated and new solutions are needed.

The Arctic energy supply mainly involves relatively small, isolated systems with different sizes. Modification of these systems to comply with new sustainability requirements is a major challenge for the utility companies.

This conference will be concerned with possible solutions within the areas Production, Distribution, Management and Legislation.

Please see the official Invitation for further information.