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Sweden blazes path for sustainable energy start-ups amidst COVID-19

EIT InnoEnergy has partnered with Skellefteå Kraft, a municipality-owned power company in Skellefeå, Sweden, to launch the Accelerate Skellefteå Project.
Sweden wind

Octopus announces €68 million Swedish wind farm acquisition

Octopus Renewables Infrastructure Trust has announced its first investment - the 100% purchase of the 48MW Ljungbyholm wind farm in Sweden.

Volvo’s bus plant in Borås, Sweden solely powered by renewables

Volvo’s bus plant in Borås, Sweden has now become one of the first bus production facilities that relies solely on renewable energy. All the energy that the factory uses comes from renewable sources, such as hydropower and biofuels.
aes ohio

Itron wins Boras Elnat – Swedish tender for grid modernisation

Boras Elnat will leverage Itron’s industrial IoT network to connect some 46,000 new smart electric meters.
Sweden wind

Vestas debuts EnVentus turbine in Sweden

Vestas has secured a 39 MW order and a 30-year service contract from long-term customer Stena Renewables AB for the Riskebo wind energy project in the Hedemora Municipality in Sweden.

New renewable energy company launches in Sweden

Enklare is extending its proposition into the energy market and is partnering with Eliq to help customers manage their energy.
GE Cypress

GE Renewable Energy to power Sweden’s latest wind farm

GE Renewable Energy announced today that it has been selected by Holmen as the wind turbine supplier for the 143 MW Blåbergsliden wind farm, Sweden. The project, which will use 26 of GE’s Cypress onshore wind platform, represents GE’s second Cypress-equipped wind farm in Sweden.
endless power

Endless power – partners unveil new light-harvesting helmet technology

Swedish safety, innovation and design company POC, and Exeger, a Swedish deep tech solar innovation company manufacturing a unique material that converts light energy to electrical energy, a partnership which will revolutionise safety and wearable technology, by developing helmets with endless power.
GE Google PPA

GE to power Google’s Scandinavian operations with onshore wind PPA

GE Renewable Energy to provide Google with energy from the Björkvattnet Onshore Wind Farm.
Flying shame

A flying shame – website calculates how your flight damages the Arctic

Demand for air travel is set to double by 2037, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA) but damage to the climate caused as a result of carbon emissions and other heat-trapping chemicals, leading to a global flying shame movement across the globe.