Development of Regional Green Energy Markets: Status Quo and Prospects for the Future
The event concludes a series of seminars and B2B meetings organized within the GreenReMark project in 2019-2021.
Target groups: Russian and Finnish stakeholders including authorities, SMEs and research organisations specialized in green energy production and use, which are looking for partners to develop own business and green energy ecosystem.
The aim: summarize the project results and analyse further prospects for the development of cross-border Russian-Finnish innovation business in the field of production and use of green energy
Format of the event: on-line on the Zoom platform
How to participate: register your participation in the event until 19 November 2021 https://clck.ru/Yd3TM and get a link to Zoom.
This event is organised in English and Russian languages. Translation between English and Russian is provided.
13.00 Welcome words and GreenReMark-project: achieved results
Yury Nurulin, Petersburg Polytechnic University (SPbPU)
13.15 Green energy stakeholders: how to cooperate despite borders and pandemic
Jussi Heinimö, Mikkeli Development Miksei Ltd.
13.30 Green electricity in Finland, reality and future
Juha Korpijärvi, South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences
13.45 Heating radius: when autonomous heating becomes more efficient than district heating
Dmitry Galushkin, Neva Energy Ltd.
13.55 Experiences from the BBC1 -project (KS1699) and cooperation with the Green ReMark – project (KS1024)
Saija Tillgren, Mikkeli Development Miksei Ltd.
14.05 Ghost π platforms – green innovative solutions for engineering and hydrographic geological survey services
Alexey Maystro, SPbPU
14.15 Innovation solutions for electricity saving and reducing electricity bills
Anastasiya Fatikova, IDIS Technology Ltd.
14.25 Overview of cross-border business opportunities on green energy based on the studies carried out in the project
Tapio Riihinen, Tapio Riihinen Consulting Oy
14.35 ENI CBC Programme 2021-2027: priorities and prospects for cross-border cooperation
Valentina Chaplinskaya, South-East Finland – Russia CBC, Branch office
14.45 Discussion and conclusions, prospects for further cooperation