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2. oktober 2021

H.K.H. Kronprinsen foretager erhvervsfremstød i Island den 12.-13. oktober.

12. October 2021

HRH The Crown Prince participates in a business promotional campaign to Iceland, 12.-13. October 2021

 

https://www.kongehuset.dk/en/news/hrh-the-crown-prince-travels-on-a-business-promotional-campaign-to-iceland

https://www.kongehuset.dk/en/news/program-for-visit-in-iceland

 

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Tuesday, 12 October

Official welcome at the presidential residence Bessastadir
6:30 pm

The Crown Prince arrives at the presidential residence Bessastadir and is officially welcomed by Iceland’s President, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson. During the visit, His Royal Highness participates in the President and First Lady’s welcome dinner, which will include, among others, foreign affairs minister Jeppe Kofod and Denmark’s ambassador to Iceland Kirsten Geelan as well as Iceland’s foreign affairs minister Guðlaugur Þór Þórðarson, minister of tourism, industry and innovation Þórdís Gylfadóttir and minister for environment and natural resources Guðmundur Ingi Guðbrandsson. In connection with the dinner, Iceland’s president will deliver a welcome speech.

 

Wednesday, 13 October

Opening ceremony at Gróska Business Growth Centre
08:45 am

The business promotional campaign begins with an official opening ceremony at Gróska Business Growth Centre, and The Crown Prince will deliver a speech, among other things. Afterwards, His Royal Highness begins the promotional campaign by greeting representatives from the Danish business delegation who have set up positions in one of the business park’s rooms.

 

Presentation by the organization Green by Iceland
09:50 am

The Crown Prince takes part in a presentation by the organization Green by Iceland, which exhibits in the Gróska Business Growth Centre. Green by Island is an organization which works to make sure that the business community and the Icelandic government achieve the country’s goal of CO2-neutrality by 2040.

At the exhibition, Green by Iceland director Eggert Gudmundsson welcomes a conversation about the status of the green transition in Iceland, and how the organization Green by Iceland came about due to inspiration from Denmark.

 

Tour at the utility company Reykjavik Energy
10:45 am

The Crown Prince is welcomed by the chairman of the board for Reykjavik Energy, Brynhildur Davidsdóttir, and receives a presentation about the companies CarbFix and ON Power. Afterwards, His Royal Highness is led on a tour of the area by CarbFix CEO Edda Aradóttir.

 

Panel debate with Danish and Icelandic companies
11:15 am

After the tour, The Crown Prince attends a panel debate about PtX solutions, which will deal with utilizing Denmark’s renewable energy in the green transition. The panel debate includes the participation of Danish and Icelandic companies, and the moderator is executive director Finn Mortensen from the organization State of Green Denmark, of which His Royal Highness is the patron. The arrangement takes place at Reykjavik Energy.

 

Display of Carbon Capture exhibition
12:15 pm

The Crown Prince will get a presentation of the Carbon Capture exhibition, which displays the company CarbFix’s work with transforming CO2 to stone underground, and about the collaboration with Danish companies.

CarbFix began as a project back in 2006 and was formally established as a collaboration between Reykjavik Energy, the University of Iceland, The French National Centre for Scientific Research and The Earth Institute at Columbia University.

 

Climate meeting at the Ministry of Industries and Innovation
1:15 pm

The Crown Prince takes part in a meeting about public-private partnerships in the energy sector hosted by Iceland’s minister of tourism, industry and innovation Þórdís Gylfadóttir and minister for environment and natural resources Guðmundur Ingi Guðbrandsson. His Royal Highness attends the ministers’ presentation about Iceland’s priorities regarding climate and the interaction with the private sector in the auditorium of the Ministry of Industries and Innovation.

 

Tour of patrol vessel at the Arctic Command
2:50 pm

In Reykjavik’s harbor sits one of the Arctic Command’s patrol vessels, on which The Crown Prince participates in a tour led by commanding officer Niels Pind and captain Gorm Bergqvist. During the tour, His Royal Highness gets a briefing about the Arctic Command’s mission execution in the Arctic and North Atlantic, the cooperation with Iceland and the Defence’s sustainability initiatives under the banner “Green Defence”.

 

Reception at Denmark’s embassy in Reykjavik
4:55 pm

The visit in Iceland concludes with a reception at Denmark’s embassy in Reykjavik, hosted by ambassador Kirsten Geelan. Participants include The Crown Prince, the Icelandic President and First Lady, the foreign affairs ministers of Denmark and Iceland and others.

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https://www.danskindustri.dk/globalassets/business-delegation-to-iceland-2021.pdf?v=210902

 

https://island.um.dk/nyheder/h-r-h-the-crown-prince-of-denmark-leads-a-green-business-promotion-to-iceland

 

H.R.H. the Crown Prince, Danish Foreign Minister Jeppe Kofod and representatives from 10 Danish businesses and trade organisations visit Iceland on the 12th-13th of October. Under the headline: ”Green Energy Solutions – the New Nordic Noir” the visit aims to strengthen the Danish-Icelandic commercial cooperation on the green transition.

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Tuesday, 12 October

Official welcome at the presidential residence Bessastadir
6:30 pm

The Crown Prince arrives at the presidential residence Bessastadir and is officially welcomed by Iceland’s President, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson. During the visit, His Royal Highness participates in the President and First Lady’s welcome dinner, which will include, among others, foreign affairs minister Jeppe Kofod and Denmark’s ambassador to Iceland Kirsten Geelan as well as Iceland’s foreign affairs minister Guðlaugur Þór Þórðarson, minister of tourism, industry and innovation Þórdís Gylfadóttir and minister for environment and natural resources Guðmundur Ingi Guðbrandsson. In connection with the dinner, Iceland’s president will deliver a welcome speech.

 

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"H.R.H. Crown Prince Frederik opened the business campaign in Iceland earlier today. 🌿 The Danish business promotion in Iceland ′′ Green Energy Solutions - the New Nordic Noir ′′ focuses on green energy solutions. 10 companies have travelled to Iceland to meet Icelandic business, which also deals with green energy. The business promotion must create a platform to exchange technologies and competences and strengthen the Danish-Icelandic cooperation on the future's green energy solutions. 🇩🇰🇮🇸"

 

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According to BT, he is flying from Iceland to Paris this evening for his events tomorrow.

 

 

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Glad BB finally posted about his trip to Iceland.  Not like he doesn't have 8 events on Day 2.  And yeah, not surprised he's going straight to Paris.  Not enough time to go back to Denmark and then on to Paris.  

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33 minutes ago, Izzieq said:

Glad BB finally posted about his trip to Iceland.  Not like he doesn't have 8 events on Day 2.  And yeah, not surprised he's going straight to Paris.  Not enough time to go back to Denmark and then on to Paris.  

I have been disappointed with BB's coverage of Frederik's activities after summer holidays. This trip, it took them almost 24 hours to post something

and it's not for the first time. I don't know what's happening but the "best" one was an event in Copenhagen Friday afternoon and they managed an article 3 days later.

They often don't send a reporter and just link to DRF instagram. He is a man, of course, and doesn't wear nice dresses but he is the b....y Crown Prince .

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