The first public Swedish venture capital fund with a CleanTech / Climate focus.
The “Altered nozzle” became a huge success on Kickstarter.com in 2016. Only three years later the company is established in the US, India, Central Europe and the Middle East. With unique and smart solutions for taps and showers, Altered Company aims to redefine people’s view of water saving and water cleaning. The recipe is simplicity and innovation expertise. Meet Altered’s designer Mikael Abbhagen, first out in our interview series on Swedish cleantech companies.
Energy ConFusion is a business meetup and conference for a sustainable future. A three-day international event in Skellefteå, Sweden, June 3rd – 5th, with discussions on electrification, energy storage and smart energy solutions.
Meet Swedish cleantech companies at the Nordic China Smart City Conference – March 26-28, 2019 in Stockholm! The main theme is “Greener and Healthier Solutions – Combining China’s new model for growth and the Nordics’ Eco Governance”.
The Swedish Energy Agency has launched a new Cleantech hub in New York, adding to the three existing hubs in San Francisco, London and Shanghai. The New York hub, which was launched in collaboration with the Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce in New York, will be a part of Gateway – an innovation platform and physical meeting place in New York for Swedish and American growth companies and international corporations.
Swedish companies Meva Energy, Mycorena and SoletAer filled the podium at the EU-China Cleantech Competition 2018 in Nanjing.
In 2018, Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland will combine their forces for the second time to set up one common Nordic pavilion.
The Finnish Innovation Fund Sitra has teamed up with the Nordic Council of Ministers and institutions from all the Nordic countries to answer a simple question: how far could we go simply by scaling up already proven low-carbon solutions?
The Swedish Cleantech company Aqua-Q was one of the nominated companies for the 2018 IWA Project Water Innovation Awards, which was held in Tokyo last week.
Every year Sweden has a Water and Wastewater Fair, a meeting place for companies and organisations to get new knowledge and find new ideas for innovations.
Many countries are learning about Sweden´s model for sustainable city planning. One of the Swedish companies working in the green building sector is ByggVesta, who is developing houses for a sustainable society.
Sweden is one of four countries in the world with an excellent reputation, according to a study from Reputation Institute.