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PROGRAM 16 - 19 March 2015 in Vaasa, Finland


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EVENTS

EnergyWeek Contacts & Info

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Energy & Environment Seminar

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EVENT 2

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Powered by EnergyVaasa

Renewable Efficient Energy V EVENT 3

Vaasa Wind Exchange 14 & Solar EVENT 4

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Sales Café

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Vaasa is the Energy Capital of Finland

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Schedule

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Energy and Buildings EVENT 5

EnergySpin

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EnergyWeek Evening

ENERGYWEEK2015 PUBLISHER: EnergyVaasa EDITORS: Suvi Markko, Robert Olander, Hanna Sjöberg PRODUCTION AND LAYOUT: C2 Advertising PRINTING: WaasaGraphics

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POWERED BY: Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK, City of Vaasa, Technology Centre Oy Merinova Ab, Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce, Pohjanmaan Expo, Vaasa Energy Institute


ENERGYWEEK CONTACTS & INFO CONTACT, ENERGYWEEK-ISSUES Robert Olander robert.olander@merinova.fi +358 (0)40 743 4647

TAXI +358 (0)600 30011

TOURIST INFO +358 (0)6 325 1145

Suvi Markko suvi.markko@vasek.fi +358 (0)50 534 1911

RESTAURANTS 1H + K WWW.1HK.FI Breakfast, lunch, evening menu BRASSERIE & BAR FONDIS WWW.FONDIS.FI  Lunch, evening menu IL BANCO WWW.ILBANCO.FI  Lunch, evening menu LOFTET WWW.LOFTET.FI  Lunch PINCHO WWW.PINCHO.FI  Breakfast, lunch, evening menu

CONTACT PERSONS, EVENTS AMARILLO WWW.AMARILLO.FI Lunch, evening menu GW WWW.GUSTAVWASA.COM  Lunch, evening menu FRANSMANNI WWW.FRANSMANNI.FI  Lunch, evening menu MARTIN RAVINTOLA WWW.MARTINBAARI.FI  Lunch, evening menu

RADISSON BLU ROYAL HOTEL WWW.RADISSONBLU.FI/ HOTELLI-VAASA

FOR A FULL LIST, PLEASE SEE

RENEWABLE EFFICIENT ENERGY V Teemu Närvä at Vaasa Energy Institute teemu.narva@vei.fi +358 (0)400 817 006 VAASA WIND EXCHANGE & SOLAR Hanna Nyholm at Pohjanmaan Expo Oy hanna.nyholm@pohjanmaanexpo.fi +358 (0)400 691 681

KAFFEHUSET AUGUST WWW.KAFFEHUSETAUGUST.FI Lunch, evening menu

SALES CAFÉ Heidi Hellström at VAMK, University of Applied Sciences heidi.hellstrom@vamk.fi +358 (0)50 505 7780

MAGOKORO MAGOKORO.FI Lunch, evening menu

ENERGY AND BUILDINGS Mauritz Knuts at Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK mauritz.knuts@vasek.fi

HOTELS HOTEL VALLONIA GARDEN WWW.VALLONIA.FI HOTEL ASTOR VAASA WWW.ASTORVAASA.FI

ENERGY & ENVIRONMENT SEMINAR Mia Brännbacka at Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce mia.brannbacka@chamber.fi +358 (0)50 309 2331

SOKOS HOTEL VAAKUNA WWW.SOKOSHOTELS.FI/FI/ VAASA/ HOTEL KANTARELLIS WWW.KANTARELLIS.FI HOTEL RANTASIPI TROPICLANDIA WWW.RANTASIPI.FI/HOTELLIT/ TROPICLANDIA

+358 (0)50 306 8419

ENERGYSPIN Marko Koski at Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK marko.koski@vasek.fi +358 (0)50 561 5858

SOCIAL MEDIA There will be a community management team reporting from the events and kickstarting the conversations – follow the hashtag #EnergyWeek and weigh in! FACEBOOK.COM/ENERGYVAASA #ENERGYVAASA LINKEDIN.COM/COMPANY/ENERGYVAASA

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PHOTO: Pekka Mäkynen

POWERED BY ENERGYVAASA The Vaasa region is powered by the largest energy cluster in the Nordic countries. The annually organised Vaasa EnergyWeek is the place where companies, experts and decision-makers gather to network and do business. Once again Vaasa has the honour and pleasure of acting as the host for this top event. It can now be said that Vaasa has established itself as a prime cluster of energy industries, and locally produced products and solutions are exported all over the world from this region. We produce 30% of Finland’s total exports in energy technology, and several companies are global market leaders in their fields. As the world’s energy markets are facing inevitable change, renewable energy sources and new technologies are appropriate topics for discussion. Energy and environmental technology are becoming the driver of Finnish exports and the Vaasa region, with its versatile know-how, is ready to take on the challenge. Today Vaasa continues to invest in energy efficiency and innovations. The buses serving the city’s residents will soon run on biogas, the city has a new wind power farm, the latest smart grid technology is being piloted in one of the city’s residential areas and Vaasa is involved in the nationwide Innovative Cities

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development programme. We utilise both ground heat from sediments on the seabed and energy generated at the local incineration plant.

THE VAASA REGION, WITH ITS VERSATILE KNOWHOW, IS READY TO TAKE ON THE CHALLENGE. Because we want to continue improving our city, Vaasa recently entered into the EU’s Covenant of Mayors initiative, through which we commit to fight against climate change and develop a more sustainable energy future for our city. The city has taken huge developmental strides, and the region’s dynamic business life has played a great role in this. The success of the companies has also spread out and generated multiple positive outcomes. The absolute strengths of the universities in Vaasa, for example, now cover the fields of business, energy

technology and languages. Experts in these fields can easily find a job in the region’s global companies that work closely together with the universities. Vaasa EnergyWeek demonstrates the power of cooperation in the Vaasa region. The success of such a professional event requires tremendous commitment and investment from all its organisers. Year after year the organisers and the region’s companies have proven that they can pull together towards a common goal. I wish everyone attending the event an enjoyable Vaasa EnergyWeek.

TOMAS HÄYRY Mayor, City of Vaasa


VAASA IS THE ENERGY CAPITAL OF FINLAND Finland’s leading cleantech industry exists in the midst of unique nature. The region’s 13,000 students specialise in international business and energy technology. New businesses come into being, innovations enable the extraordinary and people dream up new ideas. No wonder people find living in the Energy Capital fantastic.

FAST FACTS ABOUT THE VAASA REGION It has 110,000 inhabitants

The Kvarken archipelago is one of the World’s wonders. Finland’s only UNESCO Natural World Heritage Site is listed right next to the Great Barrier Reef!

It has two official languages (Finnish, Swedish) but is highly cosmopolitan with over 100 languages spoken every day.

It has a rich culture scene. Of all the cities in Finland, Vaasa makes the largest culture investments per capita.

A TOP 5 CITY

INTERNATIONALLY CONNECTED

When it comes to employment, innovation and vitality.

The Vaasa region has been exporting since the days of the seafarers. These days exports range from big diesel engines and generators to small electronic parts.

LIVELY LOGISTICS

COME AND JOIN OUR SUCCESS STORY!

The Vaasa region has the world’s northmost yearround port, one of Finland’s liveliest airports, an extensive road network and an electrified railway line.

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Schedule MONDAY March 16, 2015

TUESDAY March 17, 2015

9:00

10:00

Renewable Efficient Energy V 9:00 – 16:00 University of Vaasa

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12:00

Renewable Efficient Energy V 9:00 – 16:00 University of Vaasa Vaasa Wind Exchange & Solar 10:00 - 17:00 Vaasa City Hall

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Energy & Environment Seminar 12:00 – 16:00 Vaasa City Hall

14:00

15:00

16:00

17:00

18:00

19:00

MEET THE PEOPLE, GRAB SOME DINNER AND ENJOY THE MUSIC!

20:00

EnergyWeek evening event with dinner (for preregistered guests only) 19:00 – Fontana Club

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22:00

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WEDNESDAY March 18, 2015

Vaasa Wind Exchange & Solar 10:00 - 15:00 Vaasa City Hall

THURSDAY March 19, 2015

Sales Café 09:00 - 13:00 Hanken School of Economics

Energy & Buildings 09:00 – 16:00 University of Vaasa

EnergySpin 13:00 – 18:00 (ca) Vaasa University of Applied Sciences

University of Vaasa

Hanken School of Economics

Vaasa City Hall

Night Club Fontana

Vaasa University of Applied Sciences

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Monday March 16, 12:00-16:00

Vaasa City Hall (Senaatinkatu 1)

Energy & Environment Seminar EnergyWeek 2015 kicks off with two of the hottest topics the Finnish energy industry has to offer this spring. Learn why everyone is so pumped up on gas and how you can start producing energy on your very own backyard.

THEME I: THE GAS REVOLUTION IN TRANSPORTATION

PROGRAMME

The signs are everywhere – gas is one of the most important future substitutes for traditional fuel. Just look at the Ministry of Trade and Economics, investing heavily in new LNG terminals. It remains to be seen what effects the growing LNG network will have on the production and distribution of domestic bio gas.

12:00 Opening of the seminar

TOPICS COOKING ON THE GAS STOVE

• Infrastructure and supply: CEO Niko Ristikankare from Wega

How can we ensure that gas will be utilized in energy production? How can gas be quickly directed to transportation? How do we encourage consumers to shift to technology that utilizes gas? Will the LNG network speed up the production and distribution of biogas?

• European point of view: MEP Mrs Sirpa Pietikäinen

12.15 Theme I: Gas revolution in transpor­tation Keynote speaker: Director, Technology Strategy Tomas Aminoff, Wärtsilä Expert panel Advisors

14.00 Networking

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sell energy? Keynote speaker: Minister of the Environment Sanni Grahn-Laasonen • Technology representative, Smart Grids: Matti Vaattovaara • Technology and market representative: Kristian Heimonen

How can small-scale production become profitable for consumers? What kind of investments does the distribution grid require? Is small-scale production already possible? Is Finland ready? Top players from the industry meet the Minister of the Environment, Sanni Grahn-­Laasonen, to discuss how public decisions influence the development of this heavily growing market in Finland.

All presentations and panel discussions will be held in English.

14.30 Theme II: Will it be possible for anyone to produce and

from ABB

BIG QUESTIONS ON SMALL-SCALE PRODUCTION

Vaasa City Hall (Senaatinkatu 1)

• Legislation around LNG: Energy and capital markets counsel • Production of Biogas: CEO Leif Åkers from Stormossen

Guess what? Soon can private citizens produce and sell their own energy. Yes, that includes you! The key words are Smart Grids. In Germany a ­significant part of the total energy p ­ roduction already comes from small-scale production and after many years of discussion words are turning into concrete projects in Finland as well.

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Strategy Tomas Aminoff from Wärtsilä Laura Huomo from Roschier

THEME II: SMALL SCALE ENERGY PRODUCTION

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• Role of Wärtsilä in the gas value chain: Director, Technology

from Comsel • Small scale energy production: Karoliina Auvinen from Lähienergialiitto • Representative for energy production: Director, Power Generation Jukka Leskelä from Finnish Energy Industries 15.50 Conclusions

Contact Got a question? Ask Mia: MIA BRÄNNBACKA Ostrobothnia Chamber of Commerce mia.brannbacka@chamber.fi +358 (0)50 309 2331

GET TO KNOW THE SPEAKERS ON THE NEXT PAGE


MODERATORS ROBERT OLANDER Marketing Director, EnergyVaasa, Technology Centre Merinova

EEVA KALLI Director of Communications and Public Affairs, Finnish Energy Industries

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS TOMAS AMINOFF Director Technology Strategy, Ship Power, Wärtsilä Tomas Aminoff (M.Sc, Naval Architecture) has since 2002 been working in Wärtsilä. He has worked with product and application support as well as technical manager in conceptual design unit and in charge of indentifying development needs for the marine related product portfolio as well as defining main parameters and characteristics for new products. Today he is responsible for Wärtsilä technology and fuel strategy for the marine market. SANNI GRAHN-LAASONEN Minister of the Environment Sanni Grahn-Laasonen has been the Minister of the Environment since 26 September 2014. She has been a member of parliament since 2011. 2009-2011 she was press attaché to the Minister for Foreign Affairs.

EXPERT PANELISTS NIKO RISTIKANKARE Managing Director, Wega Group Companies Wega has been responsible to developing Manga LNG Oy supply chain to Tornio Röyttä as well as several other LNG investments in Scandinavia. Niko’s career started in Neste shipping in 1993 and since then he has held several commercial and executive positions in Fortum’s and Neste Oil’s shipping and international oil trading in Finland, UK, USA and Switzerland. SIRPA PIETIKÄINEN MEP Ms. Sirpa Pietikäinen is a Finnish member of the European People’s Party (EPP) in the European parliament since 2008. Ms. Pietikäinen is former Finnish Minister of Environment (1991-1995). At the European parliament, Ms. Pietikäinen is member of the Economic and Monetary Affairs Committee and substitute member of the Environment, Public Health and Food Safety Committee as well as of the Women’s Right and Gender Equality Committee.

LAURA HUOMO Energy and capital markets councel, Roschier Laura Huomo (LL.M., LL.D.) has extensive experience in international equity and debt capital offerings as well as banking and structured finance transactions, and she focuses in particular on European and Finnish energy regulation and energy sector financing. Ms. Huomo is one is one of the two specialist secretaries at the committee responsible for the new natural gas market act that is currently being drafted. LEIF ÅKERS Managing Director, Stormossen Leif Åkers has over 25 years of experience in biogas production with biowaste and sewage sludge. He has been working with the development of Stormossen’s biogasplant since 1988 and as Managing Director since 1990. He is also a member of the board in Nordic Waste Association. MATTI VAATTOVAARA Vice President, Sales, ABB Matti Vaattovaara is responsible for utility and energy sector sales in Finland. He is an active participant in the development of smart grid business for the Finnish customers. KRISTIAN HEIMONEN CEO, Comsel System Kristian Heimonen, (M.Sc. Eng.) has more than 25 years of entrepreneurship and industry experience in the data networking and Smart Metering (AMR/AMI/ AMM) business. Founder of Comsel System (1989), with operations in development of automation equipment/embedded systems and network consulting. Re-founded Comsel System 2012. Focus is on the next generation of AMR-solutions – which are an essential part of the elements in the entirety of Smart Grid. KAROLIINA AUVINEN Leader of FinSolar project, Aalto University Karoliina Auvinen, M. Sc. (tech.) is a Co-Founder of Finnish Local Renewable Association and a Chair of the Distributed Energy Policy Group. FinSolar project aims to speed up solar energy markets in Finland. She has worked with sustainability for 20 years. JUKKA LESKELÄ Director, Power Generation Finnish Energy Industries Jukka Leskelä (M.Sc Eng.) follows energy, climate change and environmental policy issues in EU and in Finland and coordinates the view of power generation companies for the use of decision makers. He has over 20 years of experience in energy industry. Since 15 years he has represented the branch in Finnish Energy Industries. Before that he worked 10 years in Fortum with emissions control and environmental technology. Mr. Leskelä is also a member of Energy Policy and Generation Committee in Eurelectric.

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Tuesday March 17, 9:00-16:00

University of Vaasa (Wolffintie 34)

Renewable Efficient Energy V Meet experts in the international field of renewable energy, distributed energy production and energy technology. At the REE V Conference there is no need to spare the jargon – go ahead and make some professional acquaintances whilst discussing renewables! Themes for the 2015 event are Wind & Solar and Energy Gases.

TUESDAY: WIND & SOLAR POWER MANAGEMENT The first day of REE V deals with topics related to wind & solar and power management. According to the Finnish energy road­map, the future energy markets will in many scenarios be increasingly based

on renewable energy sources. The growing amount of renewables will create, both from a technical and economical point of view, new possibilities and challenges for power management.

PROGRAMME: WIND & SOLAR POWER MANAGEMENT SOLAR AND WIND POWER 1

8.00 – 9.00 Registration & coffee/tea 9.00 – 9.20 Opening of the conference day / Renewables in the future Finnish energy portfolio, Antti Vilkuna, Chairman, Finnish

12.00 – 12.30 Sustainable energy without subsidies /

Energy Industries

Oras Tynkkynen, Member of Parliament, The Greens of Finland 12.30 – 13.00 Solar energy is profitable in Finland - when

ENERGY BALANCE MANAGEMENT

and how? / Karoliina Auvinen, Leader of FinSolar project, Aalto University

9.20 – 10.00 Scotland’s Renewable Energy Journey; Building on

13.00 – 13.30 Solar power in Nordic conditions, especially

today’s infrastructure to support our low carbon future /

in Finland / Antti Kosonen, Associate Professor, LUT

David Reid, Business Development Manager, Scottish ­Development

13.30 – 14.00 Future solar technology and product ­development

International

/ Jani Kangas, R&D Manager, ABB

10.00 – 10.30 Electricity market: The value of flexibility in the future / Aleksi Nordlund, Head of Origination, Fortum

14.00-14.30 COFFEE/TEA BREAK

10.30 – 11.00 Optimization of energy consumption for ­business consumers / Toni Sjöblom, Senior Portfolio Manager, Energiakolmio

SOLAR AND WIND POWER 2

11.00 – 12.00 LUNCH

14.30 – 15.00 Large scale integration of wind power – the ­Danish case / Peter Børre Eriksen, Chief Engineer, Energinet, Denmark 15.00 – 15.30 Combined power productions power management / Mats Warg; Engineering Manager, Automation; VEO 15.30 – 16.00 Business opportunities in renewable energy – some cases and recent studies / Ville Tuomi, Training Manager, PhD, University of Vaasa Levón Institute

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Language All presentations will be held in English.

Contact Got a question? Ask Teemu: TEEMU NÄRVÄ Vaasa Energy Institute teemu.narva@vei.fi +358 (0)400 817 006

Please note that for REE V Conference you can still register at the gate/event. Participation fee for both conference days is 319 € (+VAT), and for one conference day 219 € (+VAT). The price includes lunch and coffee.


SPEAKERS ON TUESDAY 17 MARCH ANTTI VILKUNA Chairman, Finnish Energy Industry Antti Vilkuna received his M.Sc. (Eng) from Tampere University of technology (1990) and eMBA from University of Oulu (2004). He has executed small and large scale energy investment projects at Wärtsilä and other engineering companies: Since 2001 Vilkuna has worked in Katternö Group in many development projects resulting in several wind power companies, acquisition of a peat condensing plant and starting up a new nuclear power company. DAVID REID Business Development Manager, Scottish ­Development International David Reid represents the Scottish Government’s inward investment and trade development agency. David has a specific focus on the ­renewable energy and clean technology sectors. Previously, David worked at IBM in sales and marketing roles with UK, European and world-wide ­levels of r­ esponsibility. David has an honours degree in Metallurgy, Economics and Management and a MBA. ALEKSI NORDLUND Head of Origination, Fortum Aleksi Nordlund is a commodity market professional, leading the Origination business at Fortum. He is managing and providing physical and financial power products, environmental value products and related services for the clients. Previously he has been working in the area of trading, portfolio management, pricing, fuel trading and procurement, production optimization and district heating business risks. TONI SJÖBLOM Senior Portfolio Manager, Energiakolmio Oy More than 13 years of experience in the Energy Market has provided Toni with excellent knowledge of the financial and physical markets, enabling him to give professional and personal service to a large number of highly-demanding customers. Based on accurate and deep market analysis, he has the power and responsibility to make decisions for, and give recommendations to his customers regarding hedging in the Energy Market. Toni holds an MSc from the University of Tampere. ORAS TYNKKYNEN Vice Chair, the Parliament Committee for the Future Oras Tynkkynen (MSSc) has been a Member of the Parliament since 2004. Tynkkynen is also a Senior Advisor for The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra and a partner in the climate and sustainability consultancy Tyrsky. From 2007 to 2011, he served as Climate Policy Specialist in the Prime Minister’s Office. Tynkkynen has spoken on climate and environment in over 600 events in 10 countries during his career, and attended 14 of the annual UN climate conferences starting from Kyoto.

KAROLIINA AUVINEN Leader of FinSolar project, Aalto University Karoliina Auvinen, M. Sc. (tech.) is a Co-Founder of Finnish Local Renewable Association and a Chair of the Distributed Energy Policy Group. FinSolar project aims to speed up solar energy markets in Finland. She has worked with sustainability for 20 years. ANTTI KOSONEN Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering, LUT Energy Systems Antti Kosonen was born in Imatra, Finland, in 1980. He received his M.Sc. and D.Sc. degrees in electrical engineering from Lappeenranta University of Technology (LUT) in 2005 and 2008, respectively. His current research interests include E-to-Gas systems, solar power, calorimetric measurement systems, efficiency measurements of electric drives and power line communication. JANI KANGAS R&D Manager, ABB Jani Kangas (M.Sc. and EMBA) is responsible for research and development of solar inver­ter technologies and products. He has worked in the solar business since 2009. With more than 14 years of experience from various R&D organizations, he has an excellent view of how to successfully steer and manage research, technology and product developments globally. PETER BØRRE ERIKSEN Chief Engineer in Market Development and International Cooperation, Energinet He is Danish Member of SDC (System Development Committee) of ENTSO-E (European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity) and since 2009 Chair of Nordic Energy Research Top Level. Initiative: Large Scale Wind Power. MATS WARG Engineering Manager, Automation; VEO Warg has more than 15 years of global working experience in the power plant and marine business. First working as Project Engineer with programming and commissioning tasks, later as Engineering Manager. As Engineering Manager he has the task of coordinating the engineering resources with continuous development of their skills as well. An important role is to lead the technical development of the systems delivered and actively follow the new inventions available on the automation market. VILLE TUOMI Training Manager, PhD, University of Vaasa Levón Institute Ville Tuomi received his M.Sc. (Administrative Sciences) from the University of Vaasa (1993) and Ph.D. (Industrial Management) from the University of Vaasa (2011). He has worked as a training manager in the field of management and organization development. At the moment he is involved in research projects studying business opportunities in the field of distributed energy production.

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Wednesday March 18, 9:00-16:05

University of Vaasa (Wolffintie 34)

Renewable Efficient Energy V WEDNESDAY: ENERGY GASES The second day of REE V deals with topics related to energy gases. Energy gas is the collective term for e.g. biogas, natural gas and hydrogen. They have a wide range of applications and can replace conventional fossil fuels in industry and power generation as well as in shipping and road traffic. By increasing both knowledge and the use of gas in energy production and transportation, it is possible to strengthen competitiveness and reduce the environmental impact.

The seminar is divided into three parts, all providing useful information for companies in the field as well as for researchers and politicians. Gas in various forms has for a long time been an important part of the energy sector and almost any forecast made nowadays points out that its importance will continue to increase. New reception terminals for LNG are being planned as well as a gas pipeline to the Baltic States.

PROGRAMME: ENERGY GASES 8.00 – 9.00 Registration & coffee/tea

12.20 – 13.00 Renewable methane through Power-to-gas and

9.00 – 9.10 Opening of the conference day / Leif Åkers, CEO,

small scale bioSNG / Jörgen Held, CEO, Renewable Energy

Ab Stormossen Oy

Technology International Ab, Sweden 13.00 – 13.30 Role of natural gas and biogas in transportation in

DEVELOPMENT & UTILIZATION

India / Dr. Alagappan Narayanan, Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru College of Agriculture and Research Institute, India

9.10 – 9.50 State of the art and future prospects of biogas and

13.30 – 14.00 Optimization of biogas production with

biomethane in Europe / Agata Prządka, Secretary General, Europe-

­co-digestion / Thomas Andersson, R&D Engineer, Novia

an Biogas Association, Belgium

University of Applied Sciences

9.50 – 10.25 Development of LNG infrastructure / Tommy Mattila, 14.00 – 14.30 COFFEE/TEA BREAK

Director, Skangass 10.25 – 11.00 Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) as fuel for marine vessels. Current status and future prospect of the technology and

DISTRIBUTION

business. / Sören Karlsson, General Manager, Supply Management , 14.30 – 15.05 BioGaC – development of a new market for biogas

Wärtsilä Finland Oy

as vehicle fuel / Carina Aschan, Project Manager, BioFuel Region Ab, 11.00 – 12.00 LUNCH

Sweden 15.05 – 15.35 Status of biogas usage in transportation and future

PRODUCTION

development / Ari Lampinen, Fellow, Strömstad Academy 15.35 – 16.05 Past 30 years have not been wasted – Now the City

12.00 – 12.20 Biogas production and utilization in Finland /

of Vaasa runs biogas buses / Heidi Hirsimäki, Purchasing

Mika Laine, Chairman, Finnish Biogas Association

Director, City of Vaasa and Johan Saarela, Development ­Engineer, Ab Stormossen Oy

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Language All presentations will be held in English.

Contact Got a question? Ask Teemu: TEEMU NÄRVÄ Vaasa Energy Institute teemu.narva@vei.fi +358 (0)400 817 006

Please note that for REE V Conference you can still register at the gate/event. Participation fee for both conference days is 319 € (+VAT), and for one conference day 219 € (+VAT). The price includes lunch and coffee.


SPEAKERS ON WEDNESDAY MARCH 18 LEIF ÅKERS Managing Director, Ab Stormossen Oy Leif Åkers has over 25 years of experience in biogas production with biowaste and sewage sludge. He has been working with the development of Stormossen Ab’s biogasplant since 1988 and as Managing Director since 1990. He is also a member of the board in Nordic Waste Association. AGATA PRZĄDKA Secretary General, European Biogas Association Agata Prządka holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Protection from Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW) and a Master of Engineering in Regenerative Energies from University of Applied Sciences in Göttingen (HAWK). Since 2011 she has been at EBA, working on various projects to promote renewable energy sources and to boost biogas and biomethane development in Europe. This includes participation in European projects, market analysis, policy work and communication activities. TOMMY MATTILA Sales and Marketing Director, Skangass Previously Mattila worked with the Finnish gas company Gasum for seven years, being responsible for Gasum’s LNG business for the last three years. As Gasum acquired the majority of Skangass in the spring of 2014, Mattila took up the position within Skangass. Before joining Gasum, Mattila worked at Shell for 10 years in different sales and management positions within the oil products business. Mattila is from Finland and holds a M.Sc. in economics. SÖREN KARLSSON General Manager, Supply Management , Wärtsilä Finland Oy Sören Karlsson is an LNG and gas engine expert with over 15 years of experience in the marine business. He holds a M. Sc. Degree in Chemical Engineering from Åbo Akademi University, Finland. In 1996 he moved to Vaasa, Finland to work at Wärtsilä where he has held various positions since that date. Currently he holds the position of Business Development Manager, Fuel Gas Handling, heading the business development of gas supply systems for Wärtsilä Ship Power. MIKA LAINE Chairman, Finnish Biogas Association Entrepreneur of Envor Group. Managing director 1995-2014 and Chairman of the board since 2014. Laine is specialist in biodegradable waste processing and production of biogas. Envor is currently planning a remarkable biorefinery plant.

JÖRGEN HELD CEO, Renewable Energy Technology International Ab Dr. Held has a long record within the energy sector as the former managing director of the Swedish Gas Technology Centre, the head of research at CEDER/CIEMAT in Spain and research manager at the Swedish Energy Agency. ALAGAPPAN NARAYANAN Associate Professor of Agronomy Dr.Alagappan Narayanan is working at Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru College of Agriculture and Research Institute, Karaikal , India , U.T of Puducherry and is involved in teaching, research and extension activities for nearly twenty years and has to his credit a Gold medal and eighty publications at National and International level. He has authored a book “Principles of Applied Agricultural Meteorology” and has travelled to Finland thrice. He has guided seven PG students and is the Nodal Officer for Gramin Krishi Mausam Sewa a project on weather forecasting in India. THOMAS ANDERSSON Project Manager, R&D dept., energy and environment, Novia University of Applied Sciences Andersson is currently involved mainly in projects related to anaerobic digestion and nutrient recovery. CARINA ASCHAN Project Manager, Bio Fuel Region AB, BioGaC Carina has managed projects in the area of sustainable energy and transport for 15 years. Her broad experience stretches from local, small scale wind power to international, large scale transports. She is especially interested in the behavioural aspects of sustainable development and her motto is: “Technical solutions won’t change the world if people don´t choose to use them”. ARI LAMPINEN Fellow, Strömstad Academy Lampinen also runs the CBG100 Suomi information and consultancy service, which concentrates on transport use of renewable methane. He has worked in the RES-T field since 2000, mostly as university researcher and teacher, but also in a wide range of consulting, education and development projects in many countries. HEIDI HIRSIMÄKI Purchasing Director, the City of Vaasa Heidi Hirsimäki (M.Sc., industrial engineering and management) has experience in purcha­sing from both the public and private sector. JOHAN SAARELA Development Engineer, Ab Stormossen Oy Johan received his M.Sc. in environmental science from Gothenburg University and B.Sc. in environmental engineering from Swedish Polytechnic institution in Vaasa. There he is working with biogas related questions, with main focus on biogas upgrading and use in the transport sector.

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Tuesday March 17- Wednesday March 18

Vaasa City Hall (Senaatinkatu 1)

Vaasa Wind Exchange & Solar Vaasa Wind Exchange & Solar is an international top event. Now arranged for the fifth time, wind power teams up with solar energy for even greater synergy effects. The event consists of an exhibition, briefings and a valued seminar − many excellent ­opportunities to get updated on renewable energy issues.

STRONG WINDS AND ­EXUBERANT RAYS

WORK THE NET

If natural power is your passion, Vaasa Wind Exchange & Solar will bring you to the vanguard of renewable energy solutions. Fair winds are blowing around the event this year, as Finland’s estimated wind power capacity will be around 900 – 1,000 MW at the end of 2015.

PROGRAMME MARCH 17 VAASA WIND EXCHANGE & SOLAR, OPENING CEREMONY 10:30–11:30 Supporting wind power: a European perspective Thomas Becker, Chief Executive Officer, EWEA - The European Wind Energy Association 11:30–12:00 Miapetra Kumpula-Natri, Member of the European Parliament, Position in ITRE committee for energy, industry and research

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Vaasa Wind exchange is the biggest event of its kind in Finland. Put on your networking shoes and grab the opportunity to catch up with, literally, the entire supply chain. This is the place to showcase your products and expertise to the most powerful players on the energy field.

OPENING CEREMONY THOMAS BECKER Chief Executive Officer EWEA – The European Wind Energy Association Thomas Becker has been CEO of the European Wind Energy Association since April 2013. Prior to joining EWEA, Becker was CEO of the world’s largest used-tyre recycling company for several years. Becker was Deputy Permanent Secretary for Denmark’s Ministry of Climate and Energy from 2007 to 2010, and the EU’s lead negotiator on climate change to the United Nations from 2005 to 2008. He has a Master’s degree in law. MIAPETRA KUMPULA-NATRI Member of the European Parliament She holds a position in ITRE committee for energy, industry and research. Her focus is especially on energy policies and bioeconomy.

Contact Got a question? Ask Hanna: HANNA NYHOLM Pohjanmaan Expo hanna.nyholm@pohjanmaanexpo.fi +358 (0)400 691 681

Vaasa Wind Exchange & Solar is arranged by Pohjanmaan Expo Oy. The Exhibition, seminar and briefings are free of charge.


PROGRAMME MARCH 17

EXHIBITOR’S BRIEFINGS

EXHIBITOR’S BRIEFINGS 12:00–12:25 Keys to wind park bankability Claudia Greiner, Partner, Bergmann Attorneys at Law 12:30–12:55 E-126 EP4 new ENERCON turbine platform

CLAUDIA GREINER Partner, Bergmann Attorneys at Law

and cold climate features Laura Kokkala, M.Eng.Sc, ENERCON Services Finland Oy 13:00–13:25 Pitfalls of commercial contracts in international energy markets Marita Tapola, M.Sc., Partner, Attorney at law, Finnish

LAURA KOKKALA M.Eng.Sc, ENERCON Services Finland Oy

Procurement Lawyers Attorneys Ltd 13:30–13:55 Wind power substations life cycle management Jari Konttinen, Service Manager, ABB Oy, Power Systems Service

MARITA TAPOLA M.Sc., Partner, Attorney at law, Finnish Procurement Lawyers Attorneys Ltd

14:00–14:25 Estimate of icing loss based on a newly developed icing map of Finland Sónia Liléo, Managing Director, Kjeller Vindteknikk AB 14:30–14:55 Financing wind power projects Tatu Simula, Senior associate, Roschier, Attorneys Ltd

JARI KONTTINEN Service Manager, ABB Oy, Power Systems Service

15:00–15:25 Full range wind power services in Finland Pilvi Pirkonen, Sales & Bid Manager, Empower PN Oy 15:30–15:55 New electricity highway on the west coast Antero Reilander, Expert, Grid Planning, Fingrid Oyj 16:00–16:25 Project issues on low wind sites –

SÓNIA LILÉO Managing Director, Kjeller Vindteknikk AB

Challenges for onshore wind turbines Matías Baigorría Heise, Team Leader International Sales, eno energy systems GmbH 16:30–16:50 The Energy and Environment Partnership – Grants in 13 Southern and East African countries

TATU SIMULA Senior associate, Roschier, Attorneys Ltd

Riikka Sievänen, Advisor, The Energy and Environment Partnership S&EA II (coordinated by KPMG Oy Ab) PILVI PIRKONEN Sales & Bid Manager, Empower PN Oy

THE FOLLOWING EXPERTS HAVE TAKEN PART IN PLANNING THE SEMINAR: ANNI MIKKONEN

HANNA-MARI SOINI

Executive Director Finnish Wind Power Association

Manager, Communications and Public Relations EPV Energy Ltd

MARKO KRISTOLA Sales Manager Mervento Oy DAG SANDÅS CFO The Switch

STAFFAN ASPLUND CEO Etha Wind Ltd

ANTERO REILANDER Expert, Grid Planning, Fingrid Oyj

MATÍAS BAIGORRÍA HEISE Team Leader International Sales, eno energy systems GmbH

RIIKKA SIEVÄNEN Advisor, The Energy and Environment Partnership S&EA II (coordinated by KPMG Oy Ab)

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PROGRAMME MARCH 18 WIND POWER SEMINAR Moderator: Executive Director Anni Mikkonen, Finnish Wind Power Association 10:30-11:00 Joint master planning for wind farms of 8 municipalities in Central Finland / Ulla-Maija Humppi, Architect of town and rural planning, City of Saarijärvi 11:05-11:35 An EPC contractor approach to wind farm project planning and execution / Harri Orko, Vice President, YIT 11:40-12:10 Wind power in Finland from an investor perspective / Raine Vasanoja, Head of Invest in ­operations in Nordic Countries Sweden, Norway, Invest in Finland. Moderator: Chairman of the board Jari Suominen, ­Finnish Wind Power Association 12.15-12.45 The construction of a large-scale wind farm – Case Torkkola / Frans Liski, Vice President/­carbon-free production / EPV Energy Ltd. 12.50-13.20 The benefits of employing professional asset managers / Hans Sollenberg, CEO OX2 Technical and Commercial Management, OX2 13:25-14:00 Connecting Wind Power to the National Grid / Petri Parviainen, Customer Manager / Fingrid Oyj 14.15–14.45 Future of wind power in Finland Oras Tynkkynen, Member of Parliament

SEMINAR SPEAKERS ANNI MIKKONEN Executive Director Finnish Wind Power Association MSc in Environmental Science and MBA in Corporate Environmental Management. Executive director of the Finnish Wind Power Association since 6 years. Over these years Mikkonen has become truly ­acquainted with the wind power sector and enjoyed the situation where wind power is making its real breakthrough in Finland. ULLA-MAIJA HUMPPI Architect of town and rural planning City of Saarijärvi Ulla-Maija Humppi graduated as an architect from Tampere University of Technology and has been working as an urban planner for the city of Saarijärvi since 2005. The city sells urban planning services to the municipalities Kannonkoski, Karstula, Kyyjärvi, Kivijärvi and Kinnula. As the main architect of these areas, Humppi supervises and designs town plans and zoning schemes for the municipalities. HARRI ORKO Vice President YIT Harri Orko has 15 years’ of experience in energy sector business and projects. Currently he works in YIT as a Vice President. Last 6 years he has dedicated to manage and develop wind power business. He has also had an active role in Finnish Wind Power association for 5 years. Harri Orko can be contacted via email: harri.orko (at) yit.fi

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RAINE VASANOJA Head of Invest in operations in Nordic Countries Sweden, Norway Invest in Finland Currently works for Invest in Finland in Sweden, where he is responsible for attracting foreign direct investments from Sweden and Norway to Finland. One of the primary sectors for investment promotion is on-shore and offshore wind power. He has been working within energy production and efficiency since the mid-90’s and is one of the persons behind Vaasa Wind Exchange. JARI SUOMINEN Chairman of the board Finnish Wind Power Association Mr. Jari Suominen is the Managing Director at TuuliWatti Oy which is the leading operator in industrial wind power in Finland. He is also the Energy Director at Energy Company St1 Oy and is responsible for developing wind power, new motor fuels and other energy solutions based on renewable energy. Jari Suominen has a long experience in the energy sector in management positions at ExxonMobil and he is the Board Chairman of the Finnish Wind Power Association. FRANS LISKI Vice President / carbon-free production EPV Energy Ltd. EPV Energy Ltd. produces and procures around five per cent of the electricity consumed in Finland. The company has long been one of the energy industry’s pioneers in the reduction of carbon dioxide emissions. Mr. Liski is also CEO of the subsidiary EPV Windpower Ltd. EPV Windpower has around ten wind power projects under way. HANS SOLLENBERG CEO, commercial and technical administration of wind power plants at OX2 30 years of experience within the Vattenfall corporation, focused on production and operations. Prior to moving to OX2, Hans was the production manager at Vattenfall Värme in the Uppsala region. He has been involved with the development of OX2’s administration activities from day one. PETRI PARVIAINEN Customer Manager Fingrid Oyj Petri Parviainen is a Customer Manager at Fingrid Oyj. Over 20 years of experience in grid planning and grid connection solutions in co-operation with customers as well as in power transmission in the main grid. ORAS TYNKKYNEN Vice Chair, the Parliament Committee for the Future Oras Tynkkynen (MSSc) has been a Member of the Parliament since 2004. Tynkkynen is also a Senior Advisor for The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra and a partner in the climate and sustainability consultancy Tyrsky. From 2007 to 2011, he served as Climate Policy Specialist in the Prime Minister’s Office. Tynkkynen has spoken on climate and environment in over 600 events in 10 countries during his career, and attended 14 of the annual UN climate conferences starting from Kyoto.


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FREJA TRANSPORT & LOGISTICS OY WWW.FREJA.FI

A5

HACKLIN OY LTD WWW.HACKLIN.FI

B4

DSV Projects Finland is the leading project forwarding company in Finland. Years of experience in the renewable energy industry enable us to handle comprehensive onshore and offshore wind power projects.

Hacklin Group offers tailor-made project transports all over the world as well as logistics solutions including sea, land and air transports globally. The company also offers stevedoring, warehousing and agency services. Hacklin operates own weekly feeder line between Pori and Hamburg.

FINNISH SEA SERVICE OY WWW.FINNISHSEASERVICE.FI

KULJETUSLIIKE VILLE SILVASTI OY WWW.SILVASTI.COM

A1

KVARKEN PORTS LTD WWW.KVARKENPORTS.COM

B3

MERIAURA LTD WWW.MERIAURA.FI

A4

BLOMBERG STEVEDORING OY AB WWW.BLOMBERG.FI

E6

Port operator in Vaasa, Kalajoki and Kristiinankaupunki.

DSV AIR & SEA PROJECTS OY A6 WWW.FI.DSV.COM/PROJECT-TRANSPORT

A3

Finnish Sea Service Oy (Ltd.) has more than 30 years of extensive experience in marine industry and has a wide network of partners to assist with challenges both at sea and underwater. The company has a business strategy based on special, demanding skills, years of extensive knowledge and specific planning skills needed, e.g., in special cargo transports, cable laying, icebreaking, salvage, diving, rescue and offshore operations with our own fleet. Our newest project currently under construction is a multipurpose jack-up barge completely designed and built at our own shipyard. She is tailor-made for offshore operations even in the most challenging conditions. Our head office is located in Rauma, Finland, but the operation area covers the Baltic Sea throughout Europe.

FREJA Transport & Logistics is one of the leading transport and logistics groups in the Nordic countries. FREJA offers reliable transport of your cargo and flexible worldwide project solutions via sea, air, and land.

SILVASTI, provider of the 1st class project logistics and special transport services.

Kvarken Ports Ltd – a new joint company for the ports of Umeå and Vaasa.

Meriaura Ltd. is a project cargo operator and vessel owner providing a wide variety of logistics services especially for the renewable energy market. Extensive experience acquired in offshore wind power installations in the North Sea along with transport of monopiles, transition pieces and turbines/ nacelles. We can also provide land transport and crane services at any destination.

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MIDWAY ALIGNMENT OF THE BOTHNIAN CORRIDOR WWW.MIDWAYALIGNMENT.EU

B3

Midway Alignment of the Bothnian Corridor – a complete transport system for goods and passengers travelling to, from and in the northern parts of Europe.

SUOMEN TRANSVAL GROUP OY WWW.TRANSVAL.FI

A2

Transval Group is Finland’s biggest inhouse logistics operator that provides quality and flexibility to terminal, warehouse and industrial operations. The customer pays only for goods that move, not for fixed personnel resources. Transval and Vindea Oy, which together form Transval Group, employ together over 2,000 professionals who are ready to serve Finnish industry and logistics providers from total outsourcing to smaller, partial assignments.

INVESTORS, DEVELOPERS, MANUFACTURERS, SUBCONTRACTORS, MAINTENANCE ABB OY POWER SYSTEMS WWW.ABB.FI

B11

Expert in connection of wind to the grid. ABB offers a complete portfolio of products and systems to connect wind power to the grid: substations for power transmission and distribution, substation automation products and systems, all range of power products: power transformers, high and medium voltage breakers and instrument transformers. ABB is one of the leading player in the offshore market offering turn key offshore substations both AC and DC and all related products. ABB has a wide system knowledge from the generator to the point of connection that allows to offer optimized solutions involving converter and FACTS systems. ABB portfolio of SCADA and EMS systems completes its product and system offering ensuring proper integration of wind power into the grid.

ALSTOM WWW.ALSTOM.COM

B 29

Alstom provides wind power solutions from developing, designing and setting up wind farms to supplying and maintaining onshore and offshore wind turbines up to 6 MW. More than 3,500 Alstom wind turbines installed or under construction in more than 300 wind farms, delivering nearly 6.5 GW.

AMPERAX ENERGIE GMBH WWW.AMPERAX.DE

B 12

Amperax Energie GmbH is a rapidly growing German wind turbine manufacturer. The company develops, produces and markets an attractive and robust 3.0 MW direct-drive wind turbine with 116m rotor and hub height from 92 m to 142 m. State-of-the-art components produced by renowed suppliers and the latest direct-drive technology ensures high efficiency even in partial load as well as considerable reductions in maintenance cost. The company also develops, constructs and sells turnkey wind projects designed for the A-3000, particularly in attractive markets like Germany, Finland and Turkey.

AXPO FINLAND OY WWW.AXPO.COM

B 14

ELTEL NETWORKS OY WWW.ELTELNETWORKS.COM

B5

Commercialization of wind farm generation, managing the electricity balance and making generation prognoses.

Eltel Networks’ wind power service portfolio covers all services for the whole infrastructure of wind farms; everything from design and planning to infrastructure building, erection of turbines and maintenance. We build, connect and care.

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ENERCON GMBH WWW.ENERCON.DE

B 24

ENERCON GmbH is the world’s leading and most experienced supplier of gearless full inverter wind turbines. The wide product range offers numerous tower options for turbines with 300 kW to 7.5 MW power output. The turbines are designed for best grid characteristics, high quality and lowest wear and tear to minimise operational cost.

ETHA WIND OY AB/BAZE TECHNOLOGY C 2 WWW.ETHAWIND.COM

BazeField® monitoring and operations management software for wind farm operations. Built in turn-key support, scalable, captures real-time data, gives availability, losses and key performance, tools for availability and performance analysis. Repr. in Finland by Etha, www.etha.fi.

GAMESA WWW.GAMESACORP.COM

B 6-7

LAGERWEY DEVELOPMENT OY WWW.LAGERWEY.FI

E8

MERUS POWER DYNAMICS OY WWW.MERUSPOWER.FI

B 16

MERVENTO OY WWW.MERVENTO.COM

B 23

NEAS ENERGY A/S WWW.NEASENERGY.COM

B 28

With 21 years’ experience and more than 31.2 GW installed on five continents, Gamesa is a global technological leader in the wind industry. The company offers a wide range of technology and services that includes two wind turbine platforms: Gamesa 2.0-2.5 MW and Gamesa 5.0 MW that allow Gamesa to meet the needs of all client segments in the wind energy sector. Its comprehensive response also includes the wind turbine’s O&M services that manage for more than 20.7 GW. Gamesa is also a world leader in the development, construction and sale of wind farms.

Lagerwey provides state-of-the-art direct drive wind turbines and develops successful windfarms in Finland.

Merus STATCOM is the right solution for challenging grid code criteria such as voltage variations, low voltage ride through (LVRT) and harmonics distortions among others. Merus Power also offers active filters, SVCs and energy storage solutions.

MERVENTO 3.6-118 wind turbine.

More value in renewably produced electricity! NEAS is an independent energy trading and management company specializing in renewable power generation. We’re a leading player in northern Europe with a portfolio of 5,000 MW production capacity.

NORDEX ENERGY GMBH FINNISH BRANCH WWW.NORDEX-ONLINE.COM

B 26-27

As one of the technological leaders in multi-megawatt wind power systems, Nordex is particularly benefiting from the trend in favour of large-scale turbines. Generation Gamma comprises N90/2500, N100/2500 as well as N117/2400, the benchmark-setting turbine for light wind sites. To date, over 2,600 turbines of this platform have been installed around the world. With Generation Delta, Nordex is now offering the fourth generation of its proven multi-megawatt platform (N100/3300, N117/3000 and the N131/3000). Nordex has installed a total of around 6,000 turbines with an aggregate capacity of more than 10,000 MW all around the world. With exports accounting for more than 70 percent of its business, Nordex SE plays a key role in international high-growth regions. The Company has offices and subsidiaries in 22 countries around the world with a total global headcount of over 2,900 employees.


OBELUX OY WWW.OBELUX.COM

B 13

Obelux Oy is a leading manufacturer of LED obstruction lights, based in Finland. Obelux Oy has delivered LED obstruction lights since 1997 to over 50 countries worldwide. Obstruction light offering covers low-, medium- and high-intensity lights which are all complaint to ICAO and FAA regulations. Obelux Oy is well known for its continuous innovation and responsiveness in meeting the needs of the industry. Obelux Oy has delivered its LED obstruction lights to major wind turbine manufacturers, meeting the strict regulatory and environmental requirements in the Northern European projects.

OY VIACON AB WWW.VIACON.FI

B 10

SCOTWINDFIN WWW.PANLISKA.COM

C4

Geogrid solutions for wind farm access roads and turbine erection platforms. Geotextiles and drainage products. Soil erosion control on-shore & off-shore. Pipes and bridges for drainage, underpasses & overpasses.

“SCOTWINDFIN” fosters co-operation between Scotland and Finland in the wind supply chain. Several Scottish based companies supported by Scottish Government representative (Sdi) and UKTI will be present in Vaasa- Met Office, Linknode, SgurrEnergy, Natural Power and University of Strathclyde.

PEIKKO FINLAND OY WWW.PEIKKO.FI

B8

Peikko Finland Oy invites You to visit our exhibition stand B8. We would be thrilled to hear about your upcoming wind power projects and let you know how we can be a part of them by providing foundation solutions. Welcome – see you in Vaasa! Ps. if you can’t make it to EnergyWeek, take a look at this video demonstrating our wind power foundation technology, from design to assembly: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4jEFPdUiMs

PROKON WIND ENERGY FINLAND OY WWW.PROKONFINLAND.FI

E3

The company’s present wind farm project portfolio and the company’s wind farm project development experience.

SOP-METAL OY WWW.SOP-METAL.FI

B 25

VEO OY WWW.VEO.FI

B 21

We can shape rod and sheet materials with a variety of methods: punching, drilling, cutting, bending, annealing, installation of insulating socks, installation of chipboards and nuts, surface treatments: painting, anodising, tin-plating and silver plating, water jet cutting, machining, copper, aluminium and steel welding. Assembling services.

VEO is an energy expert, providing solutions for automation and electrification of power generation, electricity transmission, electricity distribution and use. Group services include plant modernisations, services and switchgear manufacturing. Renewable energy solutions account for more than half of the company’s revenues. VEO’s main office is in Vaasa but the company has sales offices in Sweden, Norway and Russia.

CONSULTING, ORGANISATIONS, OPERATORS, SERVICES, RESEARCH, SOLAR BERGMANN ATTORNEYS AT LAW WWW.BERGMANN.FI

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BLADEFENCE WWW.BLADEFENCE.COM

B 15

BREEZE WWW.BREEZESYSTEM.COM

C 14

BUILDERCOM OY WWW.BUILDERCOM.FI

C 13

Bergmann Attorneys at Law is a Helsinki-based law firm specialised in industrial construction, energy and environment, and infrastructure. We provide expert advice to international investors and wind power operators in relation to the development and acquisition of wind parks.

Bladefence is a specialist for wind turbine blade inspections, maintenance and repairs. Bladefence utilizes skylift equipment and UV-curing blade repair method for operations in adverse weather conditions with minimum turbine downtime. The company was certified by Germanischer Lloyd for blade repairs in 2012 as the first company in the Nordic countries.

RAMIRENT FINLAND OY WWW.RAMIRENT.FI

E5

ROSE HOLM A/S WWW.ROSEHOLM.DK

B 22

RUDUS OY WWW.RUDUS.FI

E9

Ready-mixed concrete, crushing, aggregates, concrete products.

Buildercom is a leading information management SaaS-service provider for construction industry in Finland. Buildercom offers effective information management tools for the whole lifecycle of the project.

SENVION SCANDINAVIA AB WWW.SENVION.COM

B9

EMPOWER PN OY WWW.EMPOWER.EU

B 30

ENO ENERGY GMBH WWW.ENO-ENERGY.COM

B 18

Ramirent is More Than Machines. We provide Dynamic Rental Solutions™ including the best equipment, services and know-how that simplify customer business.

Foundation Bolts, Foundation, Concepts.

Senvion is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of onshore and offshore wind turbines. The international mechanical engineering company develops, produces and markets wind turbines for almost any location – with rated outputs of 1.8 MW to 6.2 MW and rotor diameters of 82 metres to 152 metres. Furthermore, the company offers its customers project specific solutions in the areas of turnkey, service and maintenance, transport and installation, as well as foundation planning and construction.

Breeze is a state of the art, turbine independent, real-time wind farm management system. Breeze is designed from the ground up to provide key metrics, dashboards and analysis tools for wind farm owners, operators, asset managers and analysts. Breeze provides actionable information to improve turbine performance and return on investment in wind energy production.

Empower is a Leading Provider of Wind Energy Services in Finland. Our services cover the entire life cycle of wind farms from development to construction, maintenance and market operation.

The eno energy Group, which manufactures wind turbines and is headquartered in Rostock and Rerik (Germany), produces wind turbines for the onshore sector with rated outputs of 2.05 to 3.5 megawatts and rotor diameters between 82 and 126 metres.

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ETHA WIND OY AB WWW.ETHAWIND.COM

C1

Etha Wind is a wind consultant involved in project screening, wind resource assement, procurement, project management and operational supervision. Offices in Vaasa and Espoo. We are involved in a considerable amount of projects in Finland with a market involvement of 20-30%.

FCG SUUNNITTELU JA TEKNIIKKA OY WWW.FCG.FI

E1

FCG is a Finnish multi-expertise design and training company that provides its customers services in infrastructure, environmental and urban design. Our expertise also covers environmental assessments as well as energy and climate services.

FINGRID OYJ WWW.FINGRID.FI

B1-2

Fingrid Oyj is the enterprise which takes care of the functioning of the nation-wide high-voltage grid, the backbone of electricity transmission. We transmit electricity continuously from electricity generating companies to distribution network companies and industrial companies. We take care of the cross-border connections and promote the functioning of the electricity market. Fingrid makes sure that Finland obtains electricity without disturbances.

FORTUM POWER & HEAT OY WWW.FORTUM.COM

C5

Fortum Origination’s financial and physical products: Price area products for all Nord Pool Spot price areas, Physical power delivery in Sweden and Finland, options power, elcert (trading and structured deals), guarantees of Origin (GoO9, LECs and Bra Miljöval), demand response Product, balance and trading of power.

K2 MANAGEMENT WWW.K2MANAGEMENT.EU

E 10

K2 Management supports its clients in their efforts to develop wind projects that achieve the best possible return on investment. Our global independent service offerings within wind project planning and management make us a unique wind project consultancy covering the entire value chain; from the earliest phases of planning and development, to the actual construction and maintenance of wind projects. We are a global team of highly experienced experts with practical knowledge from wind projects all over the world. We are dedicated to supporting our client’s efforts to achieve their wind project milestones, within targeted cost, schedule, and quality parameters, so the resulting wind farms operate as expected. K2 Management offers leading independent technical project management and engineering services.

KJELLER VINDTEKNIKK AB WWW.VINTEKNIKK.COM

E2

KPMG OY AB WWW.KPMG.FI

D5

Newly produced wind and icing maps over Finland.

Financial advisory services in the Finnish wind market. We assists wind farm developers in running international sales processes for disposal of fully permitted and operational wind farms. We also assist investors in identifying opportunities in the Finnish wind market, raising both senior debt and equity to realize the opportunities. Our core skills include financial modelling and tax structuring. We remain a committed partner to our clients throughout the wind farm life cycle.

LÄHITAPIOLA KESKINÄINEN VAKUUTUSYHTIÖ THE LOCALTAPIOLA GROUP B 17 WWW.LAHITAPIOLA.FI Wind farm insurances.

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MÄKITALO RANTANEN & CO LTD, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW WWW.MAKITALO.FI

C3

Mäkitalo is a leading law firm for energy projects in Finland. We offer a full range of legal services for wind farm project owners and investors.

NUMEROLA OY WWW.NUMEROLA.FI

E7

ONNINEN OY WWW.ONNINEN.COM

C 8-9

PORI ENERGIA OY WWW.PORIENERGIA.FI

B 20

ROAMING OY WWW.ROAMING.FI

E 11

CFD and data analysis based wind condition and resource assessments. Environmental and engineering analyses related to wind power development, including noise, shadow flicker, and visibility analysis.

Onninen Oy provides a full range of building and electrical materials and supplies for wind power construction projects. Onninen can take total responsibility for material management and logistics wherever needed.

Pori Energia is an expert provider of lifecycle services for wind energy.

Solar business.

ROSCHIER ASIANAJOTOIMISTO OY ROSCHIER, ATTORNEYS LTD. WWW.ROSCHIER.COM

D3

Legal consulting.

RSC FINLAND OY WWW.RSC-WIND.COM

C6

RCS Finland Oy is an expert of wind analyses. We conduct wind measurements using reliable SODAR and LIDAR equipment. In addition to measurements we perform analysis of measurement data, wind power assessments and consulting in the field of technical meteorology. Our long international experience guarantees successful projects.

SUOMEN HANKINTAJURISTIT ASIANAJOTOIMISTO OY WWW.HANKINTAJURISTIT.FI

D4

Finnish Procurement Lawyers Attorneys Ltd offers practical, cost-effective and high-quality legal services both domestically and internationally.

SUOMEN MAASTORAKENTAJAT OY WWW.MAASTORAKENTAJAT.FI

C 8-9

SUUPOHJAN AMMATTI-INSTITUUTTI WWW.SAIEDU.FI

E4

TORAGON AB WWW.TORAGON.SE

C7

Suomen Maastorakentajat Oy offer a complete construction solution to wind power site planners and turbine manufacturers. Our services include the preliminary ground analysis, excavation and foundations, building of roads as well as the electrification of the site.

Education of wind power assemblers.

Toragon provides turnkey measurement systems and services for wind measurement and environmental measurement. We represent over 40 leading instrument manufacturers on the Scandinavian market. High-quality measuring instruments since 2004 – dating back to 1975. MPS Site Management System, Bankable ZephIR 300 Lidar, Scintec Sodar, complete meteorological masts, data loggers, wind sensors, obstruction lights, visibility sensors, Solar Radiation Sensors, solar radiation optimization systems, sensor calibration, 24/7 monitoring service with online platform, installation, relocation, maintenance, data handling, data analysis and turbine power production optimization.


TUULISAMPO OY WWW.TUULISAMPO.FI

E 12

Tuulisampo Ltd. offers Wind Measurement Services with AQ500 Wind Finder –measurement equipment and with MET masts equipped with quality anemometers. The company offers also maintenance and data collection services for customer systems. Tuulisampo Ltd is official distributor for AQ Systems AQ500 Wind Finder measurement systems in Finland.

Invest in Finland - Business opportunities and professional consulting services for international companies. Invest in Finland is the government agency that promotes foreign investments into Finland. We assist international companies in finding business opportunities in Finland and provide all the relevant information and guidance required to establish a business in Finland.

VAISALA OYJ WWW.VAISALA.COM/ENERGY

E 13

KORSHOLMS KOMMUN MUSTASAAREN KUNTA THE MUNICIPALITY OF KORSHOLM WWW.KORSHOLM.FI

Wind and weather measurement, assessment, and forecasting systems and services for wind, solar, and hydro energy.

INVEST IN FINLAND WWW.INVESTINFINLAND.FI

D2

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Company sites, planning.

MUNICIPALITIES AND AUTHORITIES CLEANTECH FINLAND WWW.CLEANTECHFINLAND.COM

D2

Cleantech Finland is a network of top cleantech companies and experts. We bring the world’s best cleantech solutions and expertise to companies and public-sector organizations that have environmental or energy-efficiency problems that need solving. We also connect potential investors and partners with the best cleantech experts in the market. Cleantech Finland is the hub for all cleantech activity in Finland. We work closely with an extensive network of partner organizations.

FINNISH WIND POWER ASSOCIATION SUOMEN TUULIVOIMAYHDISTYS RY WWW.TUULIVOIMAYHDISTYS.FI

D1

VAASAN KAUPUNKI - VASA STAD THE CITY OF VAASA WWW.VAASA.FI

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Finnish Wind Power Association FWPA works to enhance the circumstances for wind power development in Finland by means of spreading information, networking various actors and stakeholders, participating in public discussion and collaborating with authorities. The association was established in 1988.

Cityplanning - Realestate - Development.

VINDKRAFTFÖRENINGEN WWW.VINDKRAFTFORENINGEN.FI

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The aim with the Vindkraftföreningen association is to disseminate expertise and knowledge about wind power in Swedish language within Finland.

ENERGYWEEK

EVENING (for preregistered guests only)

March 17, 19.00 Fontana Club, Hovioikeudenpuistikko 15 The EnergyWeek evening brings together all the companies and EnergyWeek participants for an energetic evening. Catch up with old acquaintances or make some new ones while enjoying food, drinks and music in a laid-back atmosphere. We’d love to see you there! The music of the night is brought to us by DENNIS RÖNNGÅRD.

Vaasa Wind Exchange Exhibitors & EnergyVaasa Evening |

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Wednesday March 18

Hanken School of Economics, Kauppapuistikko 2 (entrance from Kirjastokatu 16)

Sales Café

NEW! Sales Café invites sales minded engineers, B2B sales professionals and ­academics to strive for continuous improvement at the point of sale. Our key note speakers will bring us new thoughts on the subject and the round table dicussions give us a chance to develop the ideas further.

PROGRAMME 08.30 Registration

11.30 COFFEE AND SNACKS

09.00 Welcome 09.10 Key questions in B2B sales, how to create a winning sales

12.00 Serve, sell and succeed / Atte Lindström, Director Technical

culture / Jonas Kjellberg, one of the creators of SKYPE and a much

Sales, UPM Kymmene, Magazine Publishing and Advertising

appreciated lecturer on entrepreneurship and sales.

12.45 Wrap up and thank you

10.00 Round table discussions on three topics: 1) Preparation for sales meetings 2) Negotiation Techniques 3) Key Account Management

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS THEME 1

THEME 2

THEME 3

How to prepare for sales meetings

Negotiation techniques

Key Account Management

How should you prepare for a sales meeting? How will thorough ­preparations ­impact your customer? After this round table discussion you will know how to sell your products and services in a ­professional way. You will also learn how to use facts and feelings when creating good B2B or B2C relationships. A pinch of these “spices”, when used well, can turn any sales meeting to a success!

Successful negotiation results are all about good preparations. At this round table we will discuss typical questions that can arise prior to a negotiation (e.g. in order to verify the competitive landscape). Participants are also encouraged to share best practices and e­ xperiences, or negotiation problems and ways to overcome them.

How can partnerships benefit your company? This round table discussion will focus on the actions needed to increase sales and profi­ tability together with your most important customers. We will also discuss how a KAM program can improve the coordination of global customers, and how to share positive experiences and manage customer relations within your sales function.

Go to Hanken School of Economics, Kauppapuistikko 2 (entrance from Kirjastokatu 16)

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Language All presentations will be held in English.

Contact Got a question? Ask Heidi: HEIDI HELLSTRÖM Senior Lecturer, Marketing VAMK, University of Applied Sciences heidi.hellstrom@vamk.fi +358 (0)50 5057780

SALES CAFÉ IS POWERED BY: VAMK, Novia, Hanken School of Economics, Wärtsilä, Citec, Leinolat Group, Viexpo and VASEK.


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS JONAS KJELLBERG Author, lecturer Jonas, one of the creators of Skype, is a highly appreciated ­lecturer, ­teaching at Stanford University and Stockholm School of ­Economics. Jonas is specialized in developing a fundamental u ­ nderstanding on how product, sales and profitability must ­interact in order to create successful business.

ATTE LINDSTRÖM Director, Technical Sales, UPM Paper Europe and North America According to Atte Lindström Technical Sales can function as a revenue generator and source of competitive advantage. Sales are about understanding customers, offering solutions to their challenges, and ensuring that sales drive relationships to business opportunities.

FACILITATORS NINA AAGAARD Head of Industry, Cleantech & Bioeconomy Finpro, Invest in Finland Experience in corporate internationalization, complex sales and marketing. STEFAN GRANQVIST Principal Lecturer Novia, University of Applied Sciences More than 20 years experience in training Engineers for Marketing/Sales tasks in Industrial areas. JOHAN HANSTEN Director, Ship Power Sales Wärtsilä Finland Oy 15 years of experience in both operative sales and sales management. HEIDI HELLSTRÖM Senior Lecturer, Marketing VAMK, Vaasa University of Applied Sciences Over a decade experience from global B2B sales&marketing and now acting as VAMK´s senior lecturer BRITT-MARIE KULLAS-NYMAN Director, Ship Power Environmental Solutions Wärtsilä Finland Oy Has worked over 20 years in Wärtsilä and in the marine industry, during the last years as responsible for sales of environmental technologies, mainly focusing on exhaust gas cleaning systems and ballast water treatment systems. PAULIINA PALOMÄKI General Manager, Ship Power, Engines Wärtsilä Finland Oy Has worked 15 years within sales, marketing and sales support functions in Wärtsilä and  ABB. Additionally several years of experience in information management.

SARI PIRHONEN Global Manager, Nuclear Citec Oy 20 years experience in sales, consisting of EPCM (Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management) projects of power plants, entrepreneur experience in energy consulting and technical sales experience of nuclear power plants. LASSE POHJALA Senior Business Advisor Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK Several years experience both in selling industrial services and in industrial management. RAINER RÖNNBACK Export Advisor Viexpo Several years of experience in sales and marketing from an international environment. PAULA VIINAMÄKI Account Manager Citec Oy Holding various positions within sales and customer relationship management, Paula has developed an urge to find the most suitable solutions for each customer case. PATRIK WÄGAR General Manager, Ship Power, Engines Wärtsilä Finland Oy 15 years experience in Sales Support, Sales & Sales Management, out of which 5 years in a Corporate Strategic Account Management Program. Has worked with most continents and been based in China for 5 years.

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Thursday March 19, 9:00-16:00

Tritonia Yliopistonranta, University of Vaasa (Wolffintie 34)

Energy and Buildings Find out what we can expect from future solutions.

AUTOMATION AND HYBRID SOLUTIONS Thanks to global efforts all new constructions will soon be near-zero energy buildings. However, to reach that standard, several different energy sources must be used. This in turn creates new demands and challenges. In the future, hybrid solutions will become a must and, to make them function in an optimal manner, automated systems have to be developed. This is the main topic of this years Energy and Buildings seminar.

WHY? Buildings play an important part in our strife to cut down consumption of energy and CO2 emissions. Did you know that almost 40% of all energy use and CO2 emissions are connected to the built environment? This calls for actions on a global scale.

PROGRAM 9.00 – 9.30 Registration, tea and coffee

12.45 Improving Energy Efficiency in Buildings

9.30 Opening Speech

Mohsen Soleimani-Mohseni, PhD, Senior researcher in field of energy

Mauritz Knuts, Project Manager, Vaasa Region Development

engineering, Umeå University, Dep. of Applied Physics and Electronics

Company VASEK

13.15 Demand Response at buildings and homes

9.45 Wasa Station – The Project

Harri Liukku, Sales Director, ABB

Mikael Snellman, Regional Manager, Lemminkäinen – Buildings 13.45 – 14.15 BREAK, TEA AND COFFEE

Construction 10.15 Wasa Station – Energy Solutions Ville Reinikainen, MSci HVAC Technology, Head of Energy and

14.15 EcoReaction – Clear View on Consumption

Environment Department, Granlund Oy

Aarni Mäkelä, Sales Manager, Wapice Oy

10.45 Cutting Edge Building Technologies: The Energy

14.45 Building Life Cycle Assessment

Efficiency Center

Jessica Karhu, M.Sc. real estate management – urban planning,

Dr. Hans-Peter Ebert, Dipl.-Phys, Head of Division, the Bavarian

Project Manager, Finnish Green Building Council

Center for Applied Energy Research, Division Energy Efficiency

15.15 Smart solutions for improving energy efficiency in Buildings

11.15 – 12.15 LUNCH (at your own expense)

Vesa Keränen, President, Ensto Group, Ensto Building Technology

12.15 HVAC case for the petrochemical industry in Tobolsk, Russia Jonas Nylund, MSc Process Engineering, BSc Civil Engineering, Business Development Manager, Citec

Go to Tritonia Yliopistonranta, University of Vaasa (Wolffintie 34)

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Language All presentations will be held in English.

Contact Got a question? Ask Mauritz: MAURITZ KNUTS Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK mauritz.knuts@vasek.fi +358 (0)50 306 8419

GET TO KNOW OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ON THE NEXT PAGE


KEYNOTE SPEAKERS MAURITZ KNUTS Project Manager, Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK Mauritz Knuts is currently working with the project Sustainable Building and Energy Efficiency in the Vaasa Region together in close collaboration with the regional authorities, municipalities, local action groups, schools, research institutes and enterprises in the construction industry. The aim of the project is to increase knowledge of sustainable building in the construction industry, develop sustainable and energy efficient research and to realize pilot projects.

MOHSEN SOLEIMANI-MOHSENI PhD, Senior researcher in field of energy engineering, Umeå University, Dep. of Applied Physics and Electronics Mohsen Soleimani-Mohseni has worked with modeling and intelligent climate control of buildings and has experience of energy efficient retrofitting of buildings. He has experience from both industry and academia and has worked in Swedish National Technical Research Institute; SP. He both researches and teaches in the field of energy engineering (in particular energy efficiency of buildings). In addition to numerous scientific articles, he has written a book “EnBe – Energiberäkningar”.

MIKAEL SNELLMAN Regional Manager, Lemminkäinen - Buildings Construction Mikael Snellman works as the Vice President responsible for Vaasa region in Lemminkäinen’s building construction segment. He has some 25 years of experience from the construction industry. Mikael is responsible for planning the Wasa Station construction project. Lemminkäinen has a strong market position in infrastructure construction in Northern Europe. The company is among the largest residential and non-residential building constructors in Finland and one of the largest foreign constructors of comfort-class apartments in St Petersburg, Russia.

HARRI LIUKKU Sales Director, ABB Oy Harri Liukku works as sales director responsible for the construction industry at ABB Finland. Liukku has more than 13 years of experience in both commercial and residential construction. The electrical and automation industry is living interesting times right now as renewable energy technologies, energy market and energy efficiency regulations are creating new business. Smart grids affect us all, and ABB is involved in the development and implementation of intelligent solutions for residential and commercial buildings.

VILLE REINIKAINEN, MSci, HVAC Technology, BSc Mechanical Engineering, Head of Energy and Environment Department, Granlund Oy Ville Reinikainen is the Director of the Energy and Environment department in the largest consultancy company in the field of HVAC in Finland (Europe). Ville’s wide-ranging background in energy related business varies from HVAC design to energy efficient upkeep process consultancy continuing to environment certificate knowledge and life cycle consultancy.

AARNI MÄKELÄ Sales Manager, Wapice Oy Aarni Mäkelä’s area of responsibility is software systems and service sales in industry and energy sector. He has experience in software business over 15 years from ERP and DWBI to Intranet and Portal solutions. Wapices focus is in providing software expertise, electronic design, innovations and best practice consulting to industrial companies. In addition to services Wapice also offers software products like Energy Consumption Management and Remote Management Systems.

DR. HANS-PETER EBERT Dipl.-Phys, Head of Division, the Bavarian Center for Applied Energy Research, Division Energy Efficiency Dr. Hans-Peter Ebert is responsible for the R&D activities in the field of energy efficient buildings and nanomaterials. Between 2011 and 2013 the research and demonstration building ‘Energy Efficiency Center’ (EEC) was constructed under his leadership. The EEC comprehends innovative know-how from the involved research partners from science and industry in order to share experience and exchange ideas.

JESSICA KARHU M.Sc. Real Estate Management - Urban Planning, Project Manager, Finnish Green Building Council Jessica Karhu´s main task in Green Building Council Finland is to promote GBC Finland´s Building passport, a tool for evaluating building sustainability, to the Finnish construction sector. The Building passport consists of eight indicators covering energy efficiency, user well-being and life-cycle costs. Her main professional interests are sustainability in real estate management, the user perspective in real estate management, and sustainability innovations in the use of the real estate. She has worked with environmental issues with MP’s in the Finnish Parliament and holds an interest in societal issues.

JONAS NYLUND MSc Process Engineering, BSc Civil Engineering, Business Development Manager, Citec Oy Jonas Nylund is the project manager for several large civil engineering projects for Linde and has worked at Citec since 2007. Founded in 1984, Citec’s vision is to be the most efficient and trusted partner of engineering and project services to the energy industry. Today Citec employs 1,300 persons and provide multi-discipline engineering and information management services to key industrial players around the world.

VESA KERÄNEN President, Ensto Group, Ensto Building Technology Ensto is an international technology company focusing on improving energy efficiency – with 1600 people worldwide and sales of 270 MEUR. Ensto Building Technology is providing smart electrification, lighting and ventilation solutions for improving energy efficiency in buildings. Prior joining Ensto Keränen spent close to 20 years in developing international businesses in construction, communications and IT industries working in executive management positions in several companies incl. NCC, Elcoteq and british Regenersis.

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Thursday March 19, 13.00-18.00

Vaasa University of Applied Sciences (Raastuvankatu 31)

EnergySpin

NEW! EnergySpin is the beginning of a network connecting energy innovations and startups with investors. This event aspires to become a major startup event within the field of energy.

NETWORKING WITH A TWIST What are the best angel investing practices and most potential investment targets? What is crowdfunding? How about startups and spinoffs? EnergySpin shares best practices for those interested in investing in and/or fostering entrepreneurships, showing just how rewarding investments can be.

TOP 30 ENERGY STARTUPS As a part of EnergySpin Vaasa Entrepreneurship Society (VES) presents the result of an analysis of a bunch of potential energy startups. Which are the most promising ones and which are the innovators of tomorrow?

PROGRAMME 13:00 Welcome and opening speech / Joakim Strand, Chairman of Vaasa City Council 13:10 From IPR to successful business, investors view / Jarmo Saaranen, Chairman & Partner, VNT Management, one of the leading venture capital management companies focused on clean technologies 13:30 Disruptive energy solutions, routes to the market / Reijo Kangas, Manager, Growth Companies, Tekes – Finnish Funding Agency for Innovation 14:00 Mitigation of risks and partnering investment strategies for energy startups / Paulo Andrez, President Emeritus EBAN, The European Trade Association for Business

ADVISORY BOARD MEMBERS AT CORPORATE PITCH

Angels, Seed Funds and Early Stage Market Players 14:40 Innovating the Future – Challenges for Traditional Industries / Mr. Bruce J. Oreck, U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Finland

ABB is a leader in power and automation technologies that enable utility, industry, transport and infrastructure customers to improve performance while lowering environmental impact. WÄRTSILÄ is a global leader in complete lifecycle power solutions for the marine and energy markets. By emphasising technological innovation and total efficiency, Wärtsilä maximizes the environmental and economic performance of the vessels and power plants of its customers.

Language All presentations will be held in English.

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FORTUM creates energy that improves life for present and future generations. Catering to the versatile needs of their customers, they generate, distribute and sell electricity and heat, and offer related expert services. VACON is driven by a passion to develop, manufacture and sell the best AC drives and inverters in the world and provide customers with efficient product lifecycle services.

15:00 TOP30 Most Promising Energy Startups / VES, Vaasa Entrepreneurship Society 15:20 BREAK 15:40 Start-up Collaboration from a Corporate View Point / Tero Hottinen, General Manager of Innovation and Intrapreneurship, Wärtsilä 16:00 SESSION A: Pitching 4-10 promising energy startups from Finland and abroad SESSION B: Pitching 4-6 energy startups to corporations. Panel consisting of expert representatives from Wärtsilä, ABB, Fortum and Vacon. 17:00 MATCHMAKING & NETWORKING

Go to Vaasa University of Applied Sciences (Raastuvankatu 31)

Contact Got a question? Ask Marko: MARKO KOSKI Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK marko.koski@vasek.fi +358 (0)50 5615858

GET TO KNOW OUR KEYNOTE SPEAKERS ON THE NEXT PAGE


MODERATOR MARKO KOSKI Project Manager, Vaasa Region Development Company VASEK MSc, entrepreneur, business angel, EnergySpin event organizer, business advisor. Focused on lean business development and international growth strategies. “The World is Yours.”

KEYNOTES JARMO SAARANEN Chairman and Partner, VNT Management VNT Management is one of the first venture capital management companies in Europe to focus on clean technologies, in particular renewables, electrical systems and energy savings. ‘Do you wish, want or make it happen?’ REIJO KANGAS MSc, MBA, Director of Growth Companies at Tekes Currently works with funding for small and medium enterprises. Before this he ran the Tekes office in Silicon Valley California where he worked on international collaboration between US and Finnish organizations. He was also part of the team that created the Finnish Innovation Center, FinNode, in California. PAULO ANDREZ Business Angel, President of Cascais Business Angel Network, Founder & Board Member, DNA Cascais Incubator Centre; President Emeritus of European Trade Association for Business Angels (EBAN) Serial entrepreneur, visionary expert in innovation, entrepreneurship and early stage investment. He is also considered “The European Expert in Business Angels Co-Investment Funds”. “While some people wait for their future, others create it!“ MR. BRUCE J. ORECK U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Finland Focused on climate change and renewable/ alternative energy businesses. Ambassador Oreck founded the Zero Carbon Initiative, which is committed to implementing both experimental and off-the-shelf technologies in the built environment, not just to reduce but to offset carbon emissions. Ambassador Oreck is committed to finding high-performance solutions to increase business and combat climate change. VAASA ENTREPRENEURSHIP SOCIETY Building a creative atmosphere to help ambitious self-doers find each other and most of all: start! VES we can!

TERO HOTTINEN General Manager, Business Innovation, Wärtsilä “Innovation is anything, but business as usual. Tricky thing is to link those two together.”

INVEST IN VAASA REGION Have you thought of establishing a business in the Vaasa region? There are many reasons to do so, here are some of them: 1. ENERGY VAASA, THE NORDIC LEADER IN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY Cleantech along with energy and environmental technologies are the new drivers of the Finnish export. The Vaasa region and the EnergyVaasa cluster offer great opportunities for growth in this field. 2. STRONG INDUSTRY Becoming a part of a strong network of international technology companies is always an excellent choice. The industry in Vaasa is growing and creating new jobs. This opens up new possibilities also in the trade and service sector. 3. INTERNATIONAL NETWORKS The companies in Vaasa region have been exporting technology and services since the days of the seafarers and today the region is one of the most international in Finland. The

Scandinavian contacts are especially strong due to the living bilingualism of the region’s people. 4. THE PEOPLE The region’s employment rate is the highest in continental Finland. New career opportunities attract skilled people to the region and the region’s universities ensure that there will be skillful workforce in the future. 5. GREAT LOGISTICS The Vaasa region has the world’s northernmost year-round port, one of Finland’s liveliest airports, an extensive road network and an electrified railway line. It’s a priority for the region to make sure that people and goods make it easily to the four corners of the world.

Want to know more? Give us a call!

LASSE POHJALA Senior Business Advisor Vaasa Region Development Company, VASEK +358 400 629 388 lasse.pohjala@vasek.fi

WWW.VAASAREGION.FI/ BUSINESS


ENERGYVAASA

The Nordic Leader in Energy Technology The Vaasa region is proud to present more than 2.000 experts specialized in energy related R&D. We are enriched with versatile competence and large resources to take on challenges in the energy field. You can really feel the growth here. And growing companies create more jobs. Did you know that the region already has the best rate of employment in Finland?

Compared to other Finnish economic regions, the Vaasa region has the most enterprises per head of population, creating the densest concentration of businesses in the country. We’ve decided to focus our efforts on clean energy. In addition to having the leading Cleantech industry in the world, our own energy production is the cleanest one in Finland.

WE WELCOME YOU TO BE A PART OF OUR SUCCESS STORY. ENJOY ENERGYWEEK!

MORE THAN

TOTAL BUSINESS TURNOVER SOME

140

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BUSINESSES, SEVERAL OF WHICH ARE GLOBAL MARKET LEADERS IN THEIR FIELD

4.4 30 %

BILLION ANNUALLY EXPORT RATE OVER

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80%

ENERGYVAASA.FI

OF FINLAND’S TOTAL EXPORT IN ENERGY TECHNOLOGY

ENERGYWEEK.FI

CURRENT NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES:

11 ,000 25%

OF TOTAL MANPOWER IN THE FIELD OF ENERGY IN FINLAND

Vaasa EnergyWeek 2015 Program  

The program guide for Vaasa EnergyWeek 2015

Vaasa EnergyWeek 2015 Program  

The program guide for Vaasa EnergyWeek 2015

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