This year the theme of the event is Breakthrough technologies – from Megatrends to Megacompanies.
The program is crafted to highlight different key aspects of this theme. The commercial breakthrough and massmarket applications for many sustaintech technologies are now emerging. Hence our focus has shifted from convincing the audience that Sustaintech is a coming trend and green innovation should receive more investments (in SSVD 2019 and 2020) to talking about what technologies are the most needed and how we could accelerate the growth of the sector companies.
As we are entering into wider demand of sustaintech innovations and global environmental problems are getting more and more urgent to solve the key questions arise on what key technologies (Breakthrough technologies) will solve the largest problems and how do we scale these companies (into Megacompanies) really fast for maximum environmental impact. This will have implications for how investors could think about sectors, companies and regions both short- and longterm.
February 11th 2021
Opening of Sweden Sustaintech Venture Day 2021
HRH Prince Daniel of Sweden
The role of entrepreneurship in the green economy and investor responsibility to Support green companies in all stages.
Mrs Darja Isaksson, Director General, Vinnova
Mr Robert Andrén, Director General, Swedish Energy Agency
Mr Richard Youngman, CEO, Cleantech Group
Investment megatrends and key technologies – an overview of global and and European Investments in Greentech and what megatrends that are leading the development. Last: future Outlook: what are the trends/technologies coming?
Mr Daniel Mes, European Commission
An overview of the European Green deal and what implication it will have for European Greentech private sector investments.
Mrs Angela Wilkinson, CEO and Secretary General, World Energy Council
Megatrends in global energy transition. What happens where? Where are the largest investments into green energy and how are divestments from fossils happening the fastest.
Mr Andreas Kuhlmann, Chief Executive, DENA
An overview of learnings in innovation and also how to rapidly scale up startups to reach energy transition faster. DENA has a program called Startup energy transition, a global startup and scale up Accelerator for energy innovation companies.
Mr Gaëtan Bonhomme, Breakthrough Energy Ventures Europe
Mr Bonhomme outlines the BEV take on breakthrough technologies and what possibilities/methods they see for extremely rapid roll-out/commerzialisation of technologies. How should investors think about megatrends in technologies?
Mr Gaëtan Bonhomme BEV, mr Magnus Brandberg Gullspång Invest, mr Edgeir Vårdal Aksnes, Tibber, mr Robert Andrén Swedish Energy Agency, mrs Angela Wilkinson, World Energy Council and Tobias Björnhov, Corebon.
How do we gamechange the transition to a green economy and what are the most important, Factors for a rapid roll-out/building
Company Presentations - Part 1
Category A (listed and unlisted companies with a turnover of more than 100 million)
Moderator: Anna Olin Kardell
Panel: Niclas Holmberg, Nasdaq, Pia Irell, Trill Impact, Johan Grip, CETIF
Category B (companies with a turnover of 25-100 million)
Moderator: Henna Keränen, Sting
Panel: Markus Hökfelt, SEB, Alex Basu, Industrifonden, Rene Savelsberg, SET Ventures
Category C (companies with a turnover of 10-25 million)
Moderator: Tove Rådelius, Norrsken Ventures
Panel: Malin Carlström, ABB Venture, Stefan Söderling, ALMI Invest, Kerstin Cooley, Brightly Ventures
Category D (companies in the early phase with sales of 5-10 million)
Moderator: Catharina Sandberg, Lead
Panel: Tove Larsson, Norrsken Venture, Dag Agnvall, Energimyndigheten, Heide Lindvall, Pale Blue Dot
Company Presentations - Part 2
Summing up of the day
Matchmaking companies and investors
15.00 Seminar - The road to an IPO by Nasdaq & Wildeco - for companies preparing for an IPO now or in the future
Moderator of the day - Anna Olin Kardell