Green Gothenburg

Goods transport

This tour shows Gothenburg’s different strategies for greener goods transport.

The effects of climate change are one of the greatest threats to our society of all time. The transport sector is responsible for a significant part of this threat, and emissions are increasing.

This tour shows Gothenburg’s different strategies for greener goods transport. One important area of improvement is environmentally friendly fuel alternatives, which are limited when it comes to heavy vehicles for long-distance transport. Gothenburg is well ahead in the use of liquid gas: biogas (LBG) and natural gas (LNG).


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Goods transport

Goods transport

This tour shows Gothenburg’s different strategies for greener goods transport.

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