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15 December 2020

New strategy to put Sweden as front runner in battery value chain

The battery regulations proposed by the European Commission on 10 December highlights the need of minimising both the social and the carbon footprint of the battery industry. Fossil Free Sweden has submitted a new national strategy on batteries to the Swedish Government showing how Sweden can take a leading position in the development of the sustainable battery value chain. The national strategy was developed in cooperation with EIT InnoEnergy and is supported by companies across the value chain as well as universities and environmental organisations.

National strategy for the Swedish battery industry

Svante Axelsson, National Coordinator for Fossil Free Sweden

Ideally placed to take a leading position

Supported by key actors across the value chain

Five aeras in focus

Kenneth Johansson, CEO EIT InnoEnergy Scandinavia

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