By 2030, almost a third of all the energy consumed within the EU must come from renewable sources, according to binding targets agreed in 2018. Sweden is helping lead the way and is for the third year in a row ranked number one in the global Energy Transition Index.
Today, 54 % of Sweden’s power comes from renewables. 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.
Read the article from Smart City Sweden.