- 54% of Sweden’s power comes from renewables and this energy is increasingly local.
- Smart grids are switching Swedish homes from energy consumers to power-making ‘prosumers.’
- Local ‘district heating’ plants use excess heat to warm the majority of Swedish homes.
- Sweden tops the World Economic Forum’s Energy Transitions Index
By 2030, almost a third of all the energy consumed in the European Union must come from renewable sources, according to binding targets agreed in 2018. Sweden is helping lead the way.
As well as targeting 100% renewable electricity production by 2040, the country is transforming homes into highly efficient ‘prosumers’ – buildings which both produce and consume the vast majority of their own energy.