To increase the knowledge about energy use and energy supply in Sweden statistics are an important tool.
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.