2012-12-27 11:37 Press releaseExhaust air heat pumps take a major technical step forward
Variable speed-controlled exhaust air heat pumps save a lot more energy than older models with on/off technology, especially in buildings with a high energy use. This is shown by tests that have been carried out on exhaust air heat pumps by the Swedish Energy Agency.
2012-12-18 11:33 Press releaseA jackpot for Swedish energy technology
Sweden received a maximum return on the applications it submitted in the EU's NER300 call for proposals. Three energy technology projects will together share a total of about SEK 1 billion.
2012-11-21 11:31 Press releaseSuccess for fast-growing energy technology company
The solar cell company Midsummer AB holds first place on the Sweden Technology Fast 50 list, which ranks the country's fastest growing technology firms.
2012-11-07 11:29 Press release32 million kronor for research into wind power in cold climates
The Swedish Energy Agency is supplementing the existing wind power research funding with a further SEK 32 million for a new research programme over the period 2013 – 2016. The purpose of the programme is to develop new knowledge and new technology for wind power in cold climates.
2012-11-05 11:28 Press releaseGeothermal heating has become more efficient and less noisy
A normal-sized house with underfloor heating can save up to 80 per cent of the building's heating requirement with the right geothermal heat pump. Tests show that geothermal heat pumps have been developed and become more efficient in recent years.