A large part of the Swedish Energy Agency activities is related to work done in the international arena. This is carried out in several different organizations in the Nordic countries, European and global.
In order to meet the Kyoto commitment, we use international mechanisms like emissions trading and CDM/JI.
The Swedish Energy Agency is working with Sida to promote development in the fields of energy and climate in selected countries. Through bilateral agreements The Agency cooperates, among others, with Brazil, China and the United States on research in the field of energy.
A new R&D program has been granted 21 million SEK from The Swedish Energy Agency for the period of 2013 – 2015. The research projects will contribute to more flexible biofuel based production plants suited for future needs.
The Swedish Energy Agency has granted I-Tech AB a conditional loan of SEK 7,965,000 to work on Selektope, a product that prevents acorn barnacles from adhering to ship hulls. As a result, the maritime industry will have less need for fossil fuels.