How the European Arctic secures the European Green Deal and industrial leadership with sustainable raw materials and batteries
Towards a climate neutral supply of crucial raw materials for a successful European Green Deal.
Over half of Europe’s most critical mineral and metals are found in the European Arctic of Sweden and Finland. The competence and capability through the whole value chain from raw material extraction, battery production, recycling and re-use of raw materials makes this region the most advanced and valuable ecosystem for sustainable mining in Europe, crucial in realizing the European Green Deal.
On March 17, Svemin, Swedish Association of Mines, Mineral and Metal Producers, FinnMin, the Finnish Mining Association, North Sweden European Office and Region Västerbotten invite you to a webinar in three sessions: mineral extraction, battery production and recycling.
The webinar is a local event organised in partnership with the European Commission. #EUIndustryWeek
Mineral extraction; 13.00 – 13.50
Keynote | Mika Lintilä, Minister of Economic Affairs, Finland
Maria Sunér, CEO Svemin
Rolf Kuby, Director Euromines
Lisanne Raderschall & Andres Sanabria, OECD
Mikael Staffas, Chairman Svemin, CEO Boliden
Jan Moström, CEO LKAB
Nils Torvalds, MEP, (RE)
Per Strom, Managing Director at EIT RawMaterials Innovation Hub North
Linda Modig, MP Sweden, (Center party)
Battery production; 14.00 – 14.50
Keynote | Peter Handley, Head of Unit Resource Efficiency and Raw Materials, European Commission’s DG GROW
Jonas Lundström, Head of Enterprise, Innovation and Social Development, Region Västerbotten
Ulla Lassi, Professor and Head of the Research Unit of Sustainable Chemistry, University of Oulu
Hanna Schweitz, Director Metals and Raw Materials, Northvolt
Matti Hietanen, CEO Finnish Minerals Group
Thore Sekkenes, Director European Battery Alliance, InnoEnergy
Jakop Dalunde, MEP, (Greens)
Recycling; 15.00 – 15.50
Pekka Suomela, CEO FinnMin
Martti Sassi, President BA Ferrochrome, Outokumpu
Ulrika Håkansson, Project Manager ReeMAP, LKAB
Erik Bergkvist, MEP, (S&D)
Mikael Jansson, Director North Sweden European Office
Karin Ahnqvist, Corporate Responsibility Manager, Boliden Rönnskär
Mari Lundström, Assistant Professor Hydrometallurgy and Corrosion, Aalto University, Batteries Europe WG2 Chair
*With reservation for changes. The program is continuously updated.
Moderator: Emma Härdmark, Director Communications, Svemin.
When: Wednesday, March 17
Time: 13.00 – 16.00 CET
Fee: Free of charge
> Register here!
> More information on the EU Industry Days 2021 here.