21 - 22 jan, Stockholm

Nuclear and sustainability

The role of nuclear power in sustainable energy systems is a topic of increasing centrality in European and national energy policies. In the upcoming annual Energiforsk nuclear conference, environmental, economic, and social sustainability topics will be explored and discussed.

Experts from an international arena will gather in Stockholm to share their insights in view of climate change, challenging electricity markets and increased public awareness. What is the future potential for nuclear Power considering the development of sustainable energy systems?

Confirmed speakers

Polina Lion, Chief Sustainability Officer, Rosatom.
Lisa Berthelot, Stakeholder Involvement Officer, International Atomic Energy Agency.
Kirsty Gogan, Co-Founder and Global director, Energy for Humanity.
Jenny Palm, Professor and Research Coordinator, The International Institute for Industrial Environmental Economics, Lund University and Commissioner of the Swedish National Council for Nuclear Waste.
Fredrik Hedenus, Senior Researcher and Head of Division at the Department of Space, Earth and Environment, Physical Resource Theory, Chalmers University of Technology.

Additional speakers to be announced continually.

Price and registration

Early registration fee

Full conference fee including dinner presentation, dinner, seminar and lunch is 2 000 SEK + VAT.

Day 1 only including dinner presentation and dinner is 1000 SEK + VAT.

Day 2 only including seminar and lunch is 1000 SEK + VAT. 

Early registration fee applies until January 10. If you register after January 10 late registration fees apply (full conference fee 4 000 SEK, Day 2 only 2 000 SEK + VAT)


The conference is held at The Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, Grev Turegatan 16, Stockholm.


Contact person for the seminar is Monika Adsten.

Register here