Swedish authorities prepared to aim for 100 percent renewable energy

Over the course of the next 20-30 years, Sweden will most likely transition to 100 percent renewable energy. Accomplishing that goal will not be a technical difficulty, but it will require large investments over a ten-year period, says the country's energy regulator.

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Large sections of Sweden's energy infrastructure are nearing the final phase of their planned life cycle, and the timing for accelerating the country's transition to 100 percent renewable energy (RE) is thus perfect, says Martina Högberg, head of of the Swedish energy authority's energy systems department.

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