In a recent report published by the World Economic Forum, Sweden retains top postition in the Energy Transition Index, which compares the energy sectors of 115 countries and analyses their readiness for energy transition.

The report outlines a seven-step roadmap for countries to overcome the barriers to energy transition. These include identifying influential energy sector champions, establishing an operational structure to drive collaboration and defining specific milestones and action plans.

The hope is that by encouraging nations, supported by other global stakeholders, to follow these steps, the world will come closer to building an energy system based on sustainability, security, affordability and inclusiveness.

The report says despite the diversity of the top performing nations in their primary energy mix, systems and resources, they all share certain characteristics, demonstrating a combination of technical advances and effective policy-making and implementation.

Read the full story here or download the World Economic Forum’s Fostering Effective Energy Transition report.


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