Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications

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The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications

The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications is responsible for issues concerning regional development, energy, transport, infrastructure, information technology and the business sector. The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications is committed to creating a competitive and gender-equal Sweden, and long-term sustainable growth. We work collaboratively with a range of national and international actors to achieve the Government's objectives.

The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications is responsible for 22 agencies, including three public enterprises and one court of law.

The overall objectives

Sweden is to be the world's best country to live, work and run a business in.

Sustainability, gender equality and fair competition are to be fundamental principles that underpin all our work.

People and businesses throughout the country should be able to grow and develop through their own efforts. All regions can and will contribute to Sweden's sustainable growth.

Sweden is to have an economically efficient, sustainable transport system for people and enterprises throughout the country.

Sweden is to have a secure, sustainable and efficient energy system at internationally competitive prices.

Sweden is to be the world's most successful digital society.

Sweden's innovative capacity and entrepreneurship are to create the jobs of the future.

Photo: Kristian Pohl

Sustainable energy solutions spur cooperation

"It is very exciting that President Barack Obama and the United States are showing so much interest in Swedish energy policy and leading edge Swedish environmental technology, says Anna-Karin Hatt, Minister for Energy. We have a lot to learn from each other, in many ways. I hope the close cooperation we have enjoyed for several years in the energy and environmental technology area will continue and deepen. Above all, I aim to intensify the activities of the Swedish American Green Alliance (SAGA)."