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Presentations and dialogue with experts from companies, embassies and institutions

REPowerEU / EU Recovery Program

Market workshop #1 from 11.00-11.55

EU is at a defining point, working to improve energy security and to boost the green energy supply and energy efficiency.

EU has allocated over 800 billion Euro for EU Recovery Plan aiming to re-ignite growth and employment after the setback caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Large proportion of the Plan is allocated for green investments and the funds are used across all EU members states – with particular concentration in Southern and Eastern EU countries. The Russian invasion of Ukraine has given rise to a new REPowerEU – an EU response to the energy crisis which adds further momentum and direction to EU Recovery Plan.

This workshop provides an overview of the export opportunities in the EU Recovery Plan and tools for monitoring upcoming tenders and B2B cooperation– at country and activity level. We take a “deep dive” into Italy and Spain looking at expected investments and projects and ways to approach them, focusing both on RE and EE.

Get the overview – from policies and strategies to concrete investments and project opportunities from DI and the Trade Council. Read of concrete market opportunities in these articles related to Spain, Italy, France.

Introduction: Overview of REPowerEu and EU Recovery Plan

Market opportunities ahead at country level – funded through EU Recovery Plan
Enrico Carloni, Energy Sector Expert, Danish Embassy in Rome
Natasha Cvitanich Haugsted, Head of Trade, Danish Embassy in Madrid

Our work with EU Recovery Plan
Alessandro Migliorini, Head of Italy, European Energy
Bruno Pedrotti, Head of Public Affairs Southern Europe, Danfoss

Moderators: Nina Milling Riiser and Bertil Egger Beck, Senior Advisors, Confederation of Danish Industry

Link to DI’s guide to EU Recovery Plan here

How to navigate India's green ambitions

Market workshop #2 from 13.30-14.25

There is no other country that has the same opportunities in India as Denmark has now. India's economy is developing rapidly and the Indian market craves sustainable solutions. With the green strategic partnership from 2020, Danish companies are in a unique position to deliver green solutions to the populous country. With the green strategic partnership, Denmark and India have entered into close cooperation on, among other things, supporting the green transition. 

This workshop will focus on how Danish companies can service India's green investments with capital, technology and local manufacturing.


Welcome and presentation on recent developments at DI India
Moderator: Bente Toftkær, General Manager, DI’s office in Mumbai

Opportunities, setup and challenges within EE in India
Anju Mary Kuruvilla, Director - Industry Affairs, Communications & Sustainability, Danfoss India Region

Govt.-to-govt. work through The Centre of Excellence for Offshore Wind and Renewable Energy
Matthew Delany, Chief Advisor, Danish Energy Agency,

Experiences, setup and challenges within OSW
Mats Holmberg, Head of Group Public Affairs, NKT

Discussion amongst participants

Export opportunities in green hydrogen

Market workshop #3 from 15.00-16.00

Power-to-X and green hydrogen constitute an important and growing field of development and investment for the Danish energy industry. Based on our national strategy for PtX, export growth is a priority - to other European countries contributing to 'Important Projects of Common European Interest' (IPCEI) - and globally. We aim to strengthen our international partnership – both in Europe and beyond. Join this workshop to discuss how.

What are the export and investment opportunities and how can we realise them?


Foreign Market Opportunities

Germany: Tara Sabbakh Amirkhizi, Commercial Advisor, Danish Consulate General in Hamburg
EUROPE / IPCEI: Tejs Laustsen, Hydrogen Denmark
Australia: Ronnie Dalsgaard, Senior Advisor, The Trade Council Australia

How to realise the market opportunities

Karina Lindvig, Senior Manager, CIP
Søren Knudsen Kær, Head of Technology, PTX, European Energy
Christopher Sorensen, CEO, GreenLab Skive

Moderator: Sune Thorvildsen, Leading Senior Advisor, DI Energy