Established climate changes and increasing energy prices make it important to use energy more efficiently.
On the right you will find useful tips on how to reduce your energy use.
The Swedish Energy Agency provides subsidies to the municipal energy and climate advisory service that can be found in every municipality and supports the regional energy offices’ work.
The Agency also encourages companies to manufacture products that use less energy and are responsible for the implementation of the EU Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) in Sweden.
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.