HYBRIT Development AB
To contribute to a greener future, we need to pull together. HYBRIT is a collaborative initiative between SSAB, LKAB and Vattenfall. With financial support from the Swedish Energy Agency, HYBRIT is developing processes and conditions to produce the fossil-free steels of the future.
SunPine is a world-leading bio-refinery that supplies innovative and sustainable products based on raw tall oil, a residual product from paper mills. They primarily extract tall diesel, which is a biofuel with low carbon dioxide emissions and low energy consumption during its production and life cycle.
Lindbäcks Trä AB
Lindbäcks Bygg is Sweden’s leading manufacturer of industrial wooden houses. They design, build, and develop environmentally friendly and resource-efficient constructions for a more sustainable future. Wood is not only a renewable building material with a high degree of refinement and minimal carbon dioxide emissions, but also a resource that grows locally.
Without an intelligent, interconnected ecosystem working behind the scenes to optimize the transition, switching to an electric and autonomous fleet will be nearly impossible. The Einride Freight Mobility Platform allows shippers and carriers to offer faster, greener, and cheaper freight. Though digitalization we are able to deliver better experiences and build sustainable relationships for our customers.
Pilotfish Networks AB
Pilotfish take part in saving the global environment by improving public transport. The goal is to reach the point where public transport becomes everyone’s first choice. Today we have over 10 000 installations in vehicles in multiple countries. We have offices in Sweden, Germany and France, and our customers range from some of the world’s leading bus manufacturers and largest fleet operators in Europe to smaller, local businesses.
The Käppala Association treats wastewater from over 500 000 inhabitants in eleven municipalities located north and east of Stockholm. Our treatment plant, the Käppala wastewater treatment plant, is Sweden’s third-largest, and employs a very effective treatment process.
Before the Käppala plant started operating, huge amounts of raw sewage were discharged into local watercourses, lakes and the Stockholm archipelago. This caused problems involving disease transmission and environmental pollution.