D&I webinar – Current Winds of Green Transition in Finland

D&I Webinar

Event date

6 May

2024

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Finland remains committed to becoming a leading European producer of carbon-neutral energy by means of, e.g., wind and solar power as well hydrogen based solutions. Legislation on offshore wind in the exclusive economic zone is taking shape, the market around solar power is vibrant and first significant investment decisions on hydrogen power plants have been published.

In the webinar, the latest developments affecting green transition in Finland are discussed by market, finance and legal experts followed by Q&A sessions.

If you have not received an invitation, and would like to the webinar, please contact: [email protected].

Agenda of the webinar event

Opening
Mikko Eerola, Partner, Dittmar & Indrenius

Regulatory developments on green transition
Tuomas Tiensuu, Senior Attorney, Dittmar & Indrenius

Developing wind in the Finnish EEZ – key hurdles and possible mitigations
Nikita Semkin, Senior Principal, AFRY Management Consultin

Financing of the energy transition and relating challenges
Tuomas Salonen, Senior Transaction Manager, SEB

Legal questions on project financing of new technologies
Eeva-Lotta Kivelä, Senior Attorney, Dittmar & Indrenius

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