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In recent decades, the development of renewable energy and new technological innovations have changed the dynamics in business and economics. The aim of ‘net zero greenhouse gas emissions’ and the environmental agenda has strong implications for future production and consumption – a future that is already here in some respects. Due to these new systems of energy and transport, what are the new costs, benefits, market developments and business solutions? How will this affect the way we do business in future jobs?
Professor Lars J Nilsson, will be discussing these contemporary topics in detail. Nilsson, is a professor in Environmental and Energy Systems Studies at Lund University. His research interests include energy, climate, and RTD policy and governance, including energy systems analyses as well as technology assessments of energy efficient end-use and renewable energy technologies.