Energy policy encompasses the production, distribution and use of energy. It aims to reconcile ecological sustainability, competitiveness and security of supply. It includes issues related to electricity, heating and gas markets, energy efficiency and renewable energy such as bioenergy, solar energy, and wind and hydropower.
News about energy
Sweden chairing IEA Ministerial Meeting 2017
On 7–8 November, Minister of Policy Coordination and Energy Ibrahim Baylan, chaired the International Energy Agency Ministerial Meeting in Paris.
Government making broad investments in energy
Energy efficiency measures are key to Sweden achieving its energy policy objectives. The Government is now investing SEK 850 million in more renewable energy, more efficient energy use and more energy and climate advisory services in 2018, with additional funding in 2019 and 2020.
The EU and Nordic countries to host energy ministerial meetings next year
The Eight Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM8) and Second Mission Innovation Ministerial (MI2) in Beijing this week have demonstrated the commitment of the People’s Republic of China to the clean energy transition.
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