Organized by the Arctic Centre for Sustainable Energy (ARC) at UiT - The Arctic University of Norway, the workshop focused on popular topics such as hydrogen fuel cells, batteries and power electronic energy conversion. The goal was to gather academia, industry and government for a four-day workshop to get latest updates from both an industry and research perspective in the field of Green energy.  The workshop included keynote speakers, invited industrial presentations and presentation of scientific papers.

Participants from Norway, Germany, Kazakhstan, USA, India and South Korea participated to present the outcome of research and shared their research ideas with the possibility to expand their network and make new contacts.

The young researchers, PhD students joined the discussion addressing the topics from numerous perspectives, from biology to engineering. The workshop ended with a guided tour at TECO 2030, Europe’s first giga production of Hydrogen Fuel Cell Engine located in Narvik.


The workshop was affiliated with the Thematic Network on Arctic Urban Planning and Design.