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Oslo, Norway 14.-15.6.2022

Team Finland visit to Oslo, Norway

Register for this visit by 10 May, 2022 via the link below. 


Further information

Ms. Kaisa Nikkanen
Senior Advisor, Business Finland, Norway (GMT +1)
+47 971 983 61
kaisa.nikkanen (at)

Ms. Katja Eriksen
Senior Advisor, Business Finland, Norway (GMT +1)
+47 402 848 87
katja.eriksen (at)

Ms. Annika Lipsanen-Brito
Project Manager, Delegations, Business Finland
+358 50 347 3470
annika.lipsanen-brito (at)

The Minister of Economic Affairs, Mr. Mika Lintilä, will visit Oslo, Norway with a Team Finland business delegation on June 14-15, 2022.

The focus of this visit is on battery industry, electrification and ports, and the visit program will include participation at the International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS35). The visit is supported by Mr. Mikael Antell, Ambassador of Finland to Norway.

Norway is considered a pioneer in electrification as the prosperous Norwegian state has made a strategic decision to make major investments in electrification and green transition in, for example, offshore wind power, hydrogen, and CCS (Carbon Capture and Storage). Norway has also invested heavily in the electrification of road and domestic sea transportation.

The future objectives of Norway include emission-free construction sites and green battery cell manufacturing. The city of Oslo has an ambitious climate strategy, as they aim to reduce climate emissions by 95% by 2030. Electrification plays a significant role in the city's port, transportation, and construction sites.

EVS35 – the World's Largest EV event this year – offers an international lookout for key topics and the latest news from the e-mobility and battery industries. At the exhibition the Finnish companies will have an opportunity for networking with other Nordic and international companies, and the visit aims to support and intensify the Nordic co-operation.

Who should attend?

This 2-day onsite visit is aimed for Finnish companies, organizations and representatives of ports whose focus is on the battery industry, smart mobility, electrification, port technology and operation.

Preliminary program


To cover the expenses of arranging the visit, Business Finland will charge a participation fee.

  • Micro Businesses and SMEs: EUR 680 + 24% VAT per person
  • Major Companies: EUR 800 + 24% VAT per person

Business Finland will invoice the participation fee after the visit based on the actual costs. The invoiced fee will not exceed the amounts mentioned above. Kindly note that the participation fee does not include flights or accommodation of the participant nor meals outside the business delegation program.