Recharge, the global source for information on the renewable-energy industry, will hold the first of its annual Thought Leaders summits on 9 January 2014.
The event, called simply Holmenkollen 2014, will be held at the prestigious Holmenkollen Park Hotel, in the hills above Oslo.
Invited participants will be able to take part in off-the-record discussions with industry peers and policymakers, as well as take part in winter sports activities and hold private discussions. In the evening, we will host the annual Thought Leaders dinner, with top-level keynote speakers.
The 100-year-old Holmenkollen Park Hotel has been the scene of international peace talks and is located next to Oslo’s Holmenkolbakken ski jump and the Norwegian Royal Lodge. Featuring a rich architectural heritage and modern conference facilities, the hotel will be an ideal environment for top renewables professionals and investors to consider the challenges of the year ahead.
Details of the conference can be found on Recharge’s new Thought Leaders mini-site at www.rechargenews.com/ThoughtLeaders
About Recharge’s Thought Leaders Club
The Recharge Thought Leaders Club is a high-level networking forum that brings together leading thinkers and participants from the renewable-energy sector and other relevant areas of business and public life, in order to examine the key challenges facing the industry.
Recharge believes that the renewable-energy industry needs to face challenges such as cheap shale gas, grid and market integration and public acceptance head on, and provide viable solutions to the global energy challenge.
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When: January 9 2014
Where: Holmenkollen Park Hotel, Oslo
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