Sweden has a long history of working with energy efficiency, and Swedish companies are at the forefront of the energy efficiency sector. One of them is the start-up company Watty, that has developed a sensor that measures how much electricity every gadget uses in the home.
As the world’s toughest sailing competition, Volvo Ocean Race, heads towards its exciting conclusion, the City of Gothenburg and Volvo invite you to share the inventive thoughts of world-leading innovators and renowned specialists on the topics of digitization, e-mobility, autonomous vehicles and the circular & sharing economy, and how these affect the urban development of smart cities. Find out about collaborations on innovation and testbeds.
Nordic Edge Expo & Conference, 25-27 September in Stavanger, Norway is the largest smart city event in the Nordics. A three-day conference covering Smart City topics like mobility, education, health, energy and renewables, governance, infrastructure, architecture, media, art, safety and citizen involvement.
Cleantech Venture Day in Lahti, Finland, is the biggest cleantech investor event in the Northern Europe. As Patric Gresko from European Investment Fund put it: “The organisation was top-notch and my participation turned out to be very fruitful for our business in many ways”.
The Swedish Energy Agency's program, India-Sweden Innovations' Accelerator (ISIA), has since the beginning of 2013 resulted in a number of collaborations for Swedish innovation companies. While India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi visits Sweden, 12 Swedish innovation companies travel to India to present their solutions for the development of the energy system.