Sweden has been a synonym of the clean and green world initiative and this nation has not shown any signs of slowing down the progress that it has been making in the energy field and we are more than glad to see it progress it ever so amazingly.
With Sweden’s amazing infrastructure that has been designed for renewable energy resources is one of a kind we could say. Sweden has always been working on how to achieve more efficiency from the current setup without harming the environment and it has always come up with something amazing to achieve these notions. Now, Sweden is waiting for a positive reply from the European Commission on alternatives presented to waive grid connection fees for offshore wind projects. If this happens this could be the reason for the dawn of new projects In the Baltic Sea and a huge construction of energy plants will be witnessed due to this move. Anders Ygeman, Sweden’s minister for energy and digital development, at an energy conference in Stockholm earlier in September, said his country’s plans for a waiver of grid link fees were currently being reviewed in Brussels, and Sweden was waiting for an answer from the Commission over which model for the waiver it can use.
So Sweden has once again proved that it not only works in making the world a better place but is also thinking of the people’s pockets because ultimately it’s the people who have to pay for this energy and if they get cuts in fossil why should they opt for clean energy. This move is also aimed at luring people to promote clean energy.