Industry urges reform of Swedish renewables support

Sweden’s bioenergy industry has called on government to reform the country’s renewable electricity support scheme to favour "steerable" power sources that can made be available when there is demand

Sweden’s bioenergy industry has called on government to reform the country’s renewable electricity support scheme to favour "steerable" power sources that can made be available when there is demand.

Speaking at a conference in Stockholm last week, Karin Medin, president of the Swedish Bioenergy Association (Svebio), said that without changes there would be "greater imbalance and… an unnecessarily expensive and unsafe electricity system".

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