A transition to sustainable energy systems is underway across the globe. Sweco’s energy experts work across the entire energy supply chain. Focus is on how energy is produced, distributed where it’s needed, and consumed as efficiently as possible. The result is a reliable, cost-effective and environmentally sustainable energy supply.
A key component of sustainable urban development is understanding the future situation and transportation needs of cities and regions. Sweco’s experts provide help with everything from enhancing municipal transportation efficiency, to supporting EU in the coordination of planning for new infrastructure.
The influx of residents to the world’s major cities will triple by 2050, when just over six billion people are expected to live in urban environments. Cities will then account for over 70 per cent of the world’s carbon emissions, according to the WWF. Accordingly, there is substantial interest in sustainable urban development and new transportation solutions among our clients.
Sweco is currently managing multiple projects related to the production of fuel, infrastructure and the development of new business models. We apply new and innovative solutions to limit the use of fossil fuels and work with such renewable fuels as electricity, hydrogen, biogas/methane, and synthetic biodiesel (HVO, SNG and FAME).