Water and Wastewater

Sweden has one of the most far-reaching standards for effluent in treated wastewater in the world. Sewage treatment plants were introduced as early as the 1930s.

Resources and Environment

Sweden’s greenhouse gas emissions are among the lowest in the EU. Since 1990, emissions have been declining in our housing and service sectors as the result of a shift from oil to district heating, heat pumps and biofuels for heating.

Renewable Energy

The continued push towards the development and implementation of green technologies has enabled Sweden to become the first country in Europe to meet the renewable energy targets set by EU for 2020. Eight years ahead of schedule.

Energy Efficiency

Swedish companies lie at the forefront of the energy efficiency sector. Those that stand out in particular are producers and service companies in heating and cooling, energy storage systems, and smart grid solutions.

Renewable Energy-As-A-Service

Real-estate owners pay Eneo Solutions AB a monthly fee for using the electricity from solar panels on their own roof as well as the heating and cooling from a geothermal heat pump on their premises.

Changing the world, one shower at a time

When we use water, we waste water. Our newest version, the OAS shower provides users with a luxury experience, showering them with up to 30% more clean, fresh water – while wasting up to 90% less water and 80% less energy with every use.

Sweden’s Trine raises 58 million SEK in funding round for solar projects

The crowd-investment platform for profitable solar energy projects will use the funds to expand operations in in East Africa and Europe.

We found green gold under the Arctic ice

Deep down on the bottom of the seas, in near-complete darkness, nature shaped a beautiful light trapping agent unlike anything else.

Double benefit of plants in urban settings

The Swedish company Veg Tech is showing that trees, plants and bushes are much more than just a beautiful feature in an urban environment. Plants can actually be used to clean the air, save energy, reduce noise and manage surface water.