Priority continues to highlight innovation with a new report for Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies – now focusing on sustainably energy solutions

As the common trade and employers´ association for Sweden’s architects, building and engineering consultancies, FCIS presents the members innovative and inspiring projects in this newly launched report “Innovation for energy”. The report highlights the fast-moving development that is currently taking place in the field of energy, as well as how smart energy solutions can lead to a sustainable transition in society. Priority is behind the report series called “Innovation for”.

The report “Innovation for energy” includes insights and trend analysis from experts and companies and will lead the way for a better and more sustainable energy industry. To meet the climate targets in Sweden – innovation is crucial for a better future.

With this report we want to show how ground-breaking and innovative solutions can also create a win-win situation – both for the society and the climate. For example, more households want to be more self-sufficient and produce their own electricity, which our members help solves by developing solar maps and microgrids, says Magnus Höij, Managing Director of Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies.

”Innovation for energy” is the forth report in the FCIS’s report series “Innovation for”, which focusing on how their members on a daily basis contribute to a more sustainable world through new and smart innovations.

Priority is responsible for the idea, concept development and content, design, and PR for the report series.

To read ”Innovation for energy” and previous reports, click on the link below: https://www.innovationsforetagen.se/innovation-for

About Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies:
Federation of Swedish Innovation Companies – FSIC (Swedish: Innovationsföretagen) is the common trade and employers´ association for Sweden’s architects, building and engineering consultancies, set up within the Almega Business Service Associations.

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