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Due to the current pandemic situation in Europe, the Nordic ITER Business Forum – organised by the European Commission and the Industry Liaison Officers of Denmark, Sweden and Finland - has been postponed from its original date 19-21 January to 29-30 March 2022. We do not intend to change to on-line format, as we believe that the on-site event is the best way for all participants to benefit from this event.

Nordic ITER forum

The aim of the event is to inform businesses about the ITER project and the procurement opportunities it offers, as well as to make them aware of available support to prepare and present proposals. The ITER Organization and Fusion for Energy will make technical presentations and there will be business-to-business meetings and an online exhibition. The Forum will be a good opportunity to meet and network with other companies.

The event will take place at the Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen, in compliance with local COVID-19 measures. However, depending on the epidemiological situation, the event could be transformed into a virtual one.

Registration is now open for this event. Priority will be given to entities from Denmark, Sweden and Finland.

If you would like to attend, please register here 


ITER is a collaborative fusion research project between seven international partners (Euratom, Russia, India, Korea, Japan, China and the United States), currently under construction in the south of France. The project is developed under the responsibility of the ITER International Organization and aims to demonstrate the feasibility of fusion as an energy source for the future. The European Joint Undertaking Fusion for Energy (F4E) delivers the in-cash contribution for Europe and procures components and services to the IO.

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Practical information

Tuesday 29 March 2022, 12.00 - Wednesday 30 March 2022, 12.00 (CEST)
Technical University of Denmark (DTU)