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Energy Conference 2024


07 maj 2024
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
Glava Energy Center, Hillringsberg
Leaders, decision-makers, urban planners, strategists, property managers, energy managers.
Last day for registration 2024-04-26

Welcome to the Glava Energy Center's annual conference - a conference where we advance positions and focus on solutions. The Energy Conference on May 7, 2024, is a meeting place for everyone who wants to be involved in the transition. Register today!

At the Energy Conference 2024, we look ahead and see the opportunities in energy transition. Take part in inspiring examples of proactive energy leadership, effective collaborations, and innovative solutions. The conference is also a kickoff for the LOKEN project (Local Energy Management Värmland) - a project where we create proactive energy management at the local level, cases for smart energy solutions, and a strengthened ability for a sustainable and inclusive energy transition. It's about the competitiveness of businesses, the attractiveness of the region, and people's living environments. We act, and together we secure the future of electricity supply where Värmland takes the lead.

Price and registration

  • Members of the Glava Energy Center and project participants in LOKEN: 800 SEK excluding VAT.
  • Other participants: 1,200 SEK excluding VAT.

Registration via the button further down the page.


The Energy Conference 2024 has the format of a full-day conference where the morning is devoted to inspiring speakers while the afternoon is dedicated to collaborative workshops. The program is updated continuously.

oman with short dark hair, glasses, and a black sweater.Kerstin Arnemo, former chairman of the board of Jämtkraft

Energy leadership - courage and perseverance

Kerstin Arnemo knows how to successfully combine energy leadership with regional development. As the former chairman of Jämtkraft, she has experience in driving business-based development processes. Kerstin wants to inspire with concrete success factors.



Arne Bergvik, energy strategic consultant at Sigholm

Power balance and winning capabilities in the future electricity market

Sweden is facing a significant surplus of power in the coming years, which according to plans will soon turn into a large deficit. At the same time, more intermittent power is being built. This changes the conditions in the electricity market. Some capabilities will be very well suited for the future and will create new revenue streams for the actors who possess them.



Blonde smiling woman in a yellow and black jacket. Sofia Hidén, site manager of Rottneros Bruk, Sunne

The forest company's major investment in a solar park and battery storage

The new facility in Sunne is planned to be operational by the end of August 2024 and is expected to generate 3 GWh/year. The investments are aimed at reducing exposure to the electricity market and are an important part of Rottneros Group's long-term sustainability strategy.



Josefin Danielsson, project manager at ElectriCITY Innovation

Engaging citizens in energy issues

Josefin has extensive experience working with citizen-driven projects related to energy and sustainable urban development. At the Energy Conference 2024, she will talk about ElectriCITY's model for engaging citizens in energy and sustainability issues (a bottom-up perspective) - a model that has spread to other cities and districts both in Sweden and abroad.


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For whom?

The conference is aimed at leaders and property or energy managers in businesses and electricity-intensive industries, as well as decision-makers, urban planners, experts, and strategists in public administration.

The location

Hillringsberg, Glava, outside Arvika. See the location and get directions on Google Maps. A stunningly beautiful place with the historic mansion as a backdrop and the test facility for solar energy and smart energy solutions nearby.

With the support of the EU and Region Värmland

The conference is organized within the framework of LOKEN, a three-year project that Glava Energy Center conducts in collaboration with Karlstad University and co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund and Region Värmland.