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RECOMMENDATIONS: POLICIES FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF HEAVY-DUTY TRANSPORTS IN SWEDEN

Together we have identified four key areas for Sweden to reach the climate target for the transport sector.

Scania, the H&M Group, Ericsson, E.ON and Siemens are collaborating in The Pathways Coalition to make freight transport around the world fossil-free. The common vision is to achieve fossil-free freight transport globally by 2050, which is necessary for the world to meet the goals of the Paris Agreement.

To achieve the climate targets, efficiency improvements and increased use of biofuels are needed in the short term; electrification and digitization are needed in the longer term. Companies can do a lot, but they also need political support. The Pathways Coalition has gathered recommendations for policy proposals in this document, to enhance dialogue and interaction with politicians, influencers, and other stakeholders who share our vision and goals.

Download the recommendations from The Pathways Coalition.

 

RECOMMENDATIONS: POLICIES FOR THE TRANSFORMATION OF HEAVY-DUTY TRANSPORTS IN SWEDEN

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