Today, on October 4, the “Energy Future in the Baltic Sea” business conference jointly organized by the Latvian Investment and Development Agency and the association “Green and Smart Technology Cluste” is taking place at the venue “Hanzas Perons”, with the participation of entrepreneurs, representatives of green energy, hydrogen and other related industries, local government and state administration employees and other interested parties.

“At the conference dedicated to the future of energy in the Baltic Sea region, we want to emphasize the opportunities provided by the development of renewable energy resources and energy carriers such as green hydrogen, ammonia and e-fuel production in Latvia and the Baltics both today and in the near and far future – it not only marks Latvia as an important player in the European energy scene, but also promotes the attraction of investments from various sources, supports innovation and technological development, creates new opportunities in the employment sector, promotes the energy independence of the country and the region, strengthens the export market and creates the foundations for a sustainable future,” emphasizes Green and Smart Technology cluster project manager Kaspars Liepiņš.

Main topics of Energy Future in the Baltic Sea:

  • Renewable energy and its future in a carbon neutral economy.
  • Hydrogen technologies, their challenges, future and innovations.
  • Promotion of clean energy innovations.

The “Energy Future in the Baltic Sea” conference is being implemented together with the 14th annual EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (ESSBJR) forum* with the aim of promoting closer and more effective cooperation between the countries of the Baltic Sea region and popularizing the region’s offer in the fields of renewable energy resources, green production and innovation .

*14. The annual EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region (ESSBJR) forum will take place in Riga from October 4 to 5 with the aim of promoting the mutual exchange of experience, promoting the integration of the Baltic Sea region in the European Union, developing synergy between various priority areas, as well as strengthening societies and strategies ( ESSBJR) connection. At the forum, special attention will be paid to climate issues and green energy, as well as to young people as the main change makers, emphasizing the importance of the involvement of the new generation in decision-making and ensuring the representation of young people in the forum proceedings. More information here: