Minesto News Update 25 October 2019

October 25, 2019

· Minesto engages with key stakeholders and renew collaboration agreement in Taiwan
· Minesto at UNOPS Inauguration
· Wanted: Office Administration to Minesto’s Gothenburg head offices
· Wales can be a nation powered by marine energy, vows Energy Minister
· Q&A with CEO Martin Edlund (in Swedish)
· Minesto Showcase at the 35th Sweden-Taiwan Joint Business Council Meeting

Minesto engages with key stakeholders and renews collaboration agreement in Taiwan

Last week was eventful for Minesto in Taiwan as the company attended the country’s largest renewable energy conference, engaged with key stakeholders and renewed the collaboration agreement with National Taiwan Ocean University to explore the potential for Minesto’s Deep Green technology in Taiwan. 

Read more here.

Minesto at UNOPS Inauguration

Minesto had the honour of attending the inauguration of UNOPS (United Nations Office for Project Services) Global Innovation Centre in Lund earlier this week together with the company’s major owner BGA Invest. UNOPS’ Sweden-based Global Innovation centre was launched with support from the Swedish government and Sony, setting out to harness the synergy of public-private partnerships towards the UN’s 2030 Agenda.

Read more here.

Wanted: Office Administrator to Minesto’s Gothenburg head office

We are looking for an Office Administrator to join the Minesto team in Gothenburg. Read more and apply here.

Wales can be a nation powered by marine energy, vows Energy Minister

Marine energy has the potential to be at the heart of ambitious plans for Wales to become a nation powered by renewable energy sources, Minister for Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs Lesley Griffiths said as she delivered a keynote at industry conference OEE.

Recently, the Welsh Government together with National Resources Wales launched a Welsh Marine Evidence Strategy, which sets out the joint evidence priorities over the next five years and includes high-level evidence priorities for marine planning. The strategy identifies marine renewables as a priority area. View the strategy here.

Q&A with CEO Martin Edlund (in Swedish)

On October 14, Minesto arranged a Q&A session where CEO Martin Edlund answered questions from Swedish shareholders in Minesto. See the Q&A here.

Minesto Showcase at the 35th Sweden-Taiwan Joint Business Council Meeting

Minesto was part of the Swedish delegation at the 35th Sweden-Taiwan Joint Business Council (JBC) Meeting held in Stockholm on 26th September. CEO Martin Edlund presented Minesto and its Deep Green technology as a highly viable renewable energy technology that can contribute greatly to Taiwan’s renewable energy mix.

Read more here.