The conference aims to address energy efficiency issues in all levels of governance – from state to municipalities and their SMEs, to enhance know-how exchange among Nordic and Baltic energy actors, and provide practical examples for future development/ current regulatory gaps for smart cities, focusing on two particular areas – district heating and mobility solutions, including integrated smart street lighting projects.
The International Conference "Nordic - Baltic Energy Perspectives - Climate Change, Energy Security and Exportability of Energy Solutions" was held in Riga on April 19, 2017, but on April 20, B2B matchmaking event served as a platform to develop business relationships for market development in Baltics and further east towards Central Asia. This Conference provided a great opportunity to connect with people across the Nordic, Baltic and Central Asia region.
The Project focuses on the Nordic-Baltic Mobility Programme for Culture, which has been operating in the Baltic countries since year 2009, in Nordic countries – since 2007.
25 years ago, in the wake of the restoration of independence of the Baltic States, the Nordic governments decided to open offices of the Nordic Council of Ministers in Tallinn, Riga and Vilnius. Ever since then, the offices have built a strong bridge of values and networks between the Nordics and Baltics. The joint calendar of the Nordic Council of Ministers’ Offices in the Baltic States for 2016 highlights some of the outstanding projects of the past 25 years. But that’s not all – we might surprise you with some unknown facts and take a glimpse into things we can achieve together in the future