Sweden is known as the world’s most sustainable country, with its absolute relentless approach towards going 100 percent renewable and clean. The country has made its reputation on the global stage as the most efficient sustainable nation.
Sweden has employed all of the major sustainable systems from Solar, Wind, Tidal also geothermal and now focusing its attention on the lesser-known and lesser-used sustainable systems. Sweden is now focusing its attention Biofuels to power its transportations. Sweden, on May 2019, witnessed the opening of the first Gasum liquefied natural gas and biogas filling station for heavy-duty vehicles. Alternatives to diesel are increasing in popularity on the fuel market as carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions need to be reduced in Sweden and Europe. Several fuel companies are now investing in liquefied natural gas and biogas, thus planning to build many stations in the near future. Sweden’s Malmö is already helping cities achieve EU climate goals through sustainable IT sector. Sweden has already dropped its carbon footprint substantially and aims to drop it even further and aims to help other nations to achieve this feat. With Hydrogen-powered cars and bicycles, Sweden has already bought major change to the transportation of the country.
Now it is planning to integrate biofuels into its automotive fleet. New researches are also geared towards finding alternatives to fossil fuels. There has been new research in Sweden where microorganisms capable of producing solar power are discovered and the researchers are working on making it into a petroleum alternative. Sweden has plans to establish the World’s Largest Biogas plant in Malmö city’s harbour.