Sweden relies on burning its waste to provide electricity and heat to hundreds of thousands of homes, and the country is now running out.
A planned electric bus service in Sweden being backed by Volvo and others will envision new models for low carbon mass transit solutions.
Stockholm’s built-in underground pipe system made seawater cooling a no-brainer for this data center.
A series of energy-efficient prefab houses debuted in Norway and Sweden, echoing the historic architecture of the region while retaining modern simplicity.
Stockholm’s sustainable new traffic and emergency center will include a green roof to absorb stormwater, add insulation, provide solar energy and reduce the heat island effect.
With more than 1 million square feet of planned lab space, the new ESS research campus in will be as environmentally friendly as possible to protect the region’s notable biodiversity.
These three boutique hotels offer some extreme examples of how building materials and innovative site plans can make them uniquely suited for their unusual environments.
High-yield greenhouse tech developed by the Swedish government has found a home in Plantagon’s large-scale, vertical greenhouses designed for cities.
Three years after its completion, Sweden’s first grid positive home generates enough excess energy each year to power another efficient house for two months.
National Geographic Society checks out the city district of Västra Hamnen (Western Harbor), in Malmö, Sweden, said to be the first carbon-neutral neighborhood in Europe.
Construction will commence in 2012 on a 10-megawatt wave power demonstration plant off the coast of Sotenäs, Sweden – the largest of its kind in the world.