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Legal requirements update


Swedish legal requirement and routines has been updated. Updates is shown in the change log.


CO2-emissions reduction scheme for EU shipping is launched


The European Maritime Safety Agency announced the launch of the monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) system that aims to support CO2 reduction within EU shipping operation. THETIS-MRV goes live on August 7 and is the first of several steps to reduce greenhouse gases from the maritime sector. The system enables operators calling EU ports to […]

Source: EMSA

Fossil free transport through electrification and renewable fuels


Electrified transport with complementary use of renewable fuels where electrification is impossible was previously considered unrealistic. Such a 100 percent renewable transport scenario is however appearing as increasingly realistic. A substantial electrification and use of biofuels for remaining transport in clean combustion engines with no air pollutants will in addition shift the environmental and climate […]

Source: Conlogic

Trend outlook – Electric driven heavy duty trucks


The electrification of cars is seen by many as a large and important part of the solution to make the transport system more sustainable from a climate impact perspective. The most commonly expected solution is electric cars with batteries charged at specific charging stations. Since the driving distance of cars in general is short and […]

Source: Conlogic

UN historic agreement to phase out HFC reduces emissions of climate gases


The 15th of October in Kigali some 200 countries decided on an amendment to the Montreal Protocol to phase out the use of potent warming greenhouse gases used as cooling medium in fridges and air conditioning. The measure has been described as the single most important step that the world can take to limit global […]

Source: Climate change news

Germany wants to ban combustion engines in cars


The German Federal Council, being the top legislature in Germany, representing the 16 “bundesländer” decided in a referendum on a resolution banning the combustion engine by 2030. The decision does not have any direct and practical implication as vehicle type approvals are carried out by the EU. The German intentions may however influence EU legislation […]

Source: Der Spiegel

The climate agreement in Paris is insufficient


According to a new study, the present target of a maximum increase of the temperature of 2 degrees celcius will not be feasible with present national targets. According to the study the temperature is more likely to increase to 2.6 to 3.1 degrees. Read more

Source: Klimataktuellt

Freight transport in systems similar to pneumatic tube mail


In 2013, Elon Musk launched the idea of a “hyperloop” to transport goods and passengers at a speed of 1000 km/h. The idea is based on vacuum tubes where capsules travel without air drag. These ideas have initiated various projects aiming to make the visions come true. One is the company Hyperloop One that has […]

Source: Dagens Industri

The first electrified highway in the world


On June 22 the first electrified highway is launched on the road E16. The road uses conductive technology and will work as a test platform until December 2017. Through this technology in combination with green electricity enables the trucks to operate with very low emissions of greenhouse gases. Read more

Source: Scania

The atmosphere carbon concentration moving towards 400 ppm


The global concentration of Carbon dioxide in the atmosphere is moving towards the critical threshold of 400 ppm which in effect means that they will not go down below this level again. Read more

Source: The Guardian

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