Deltagare vid överlämning av färdplaner:  Isabella Lövin, Utrikesdepartementet Mikael Damberg, Näringsdepartementet Svante Axelsson, Fossilfritt Sverige Malin Strand, Fossilfritt Sverige Marcus Hedblom, vd, Ovako Per Ahl, vd, Svemin Magnus Ohlsson, vd, Cementa Malin Löfsjögård, vd, Svensk Betong Gunnar Hagman, vd, Skanska Sverige Agneta Wannerström, Skanska Anders Svensson, ordf. Svensk Dagligvaruhandel, vd, ICA Sverige Henrik Littorin, tf generalsekreterare, Svenskt Flyg Tove Winiger, hållbarhetschef, Sveriges Åkeriföretag Magnus Berg, Chef Näringspolitiska avdelningen, Skogsindustrierna Karin Tornmalm, Skogsindustrierna Rickard Gegö, vd, Sveriges Åkeriföretag Christian Clemens, vd, BRA Karin Brynell, vd, Svensk Dagligvaruhandel Emma Härdmark, kommunikationschef, Svemin Karin Comstedt Webb, hållbarhetschef, Cementa Helen Axelsson, energi– och miljödirektör, Jernkontoret
The roadmaps were handed over by the business sectors to deputy prime minister and minister for climate, Isabella Lövin,  and minister of Enterprise and innovation, Mikael Damberg on 4 April 2018.

Based on the decision by the parliament to make Sweden climate neutral by 2045, the Fossil Free Sweden initiative has encouraged business sectors to draw up their own roadmaps as to how they will be fossil free while also increasing their competitiveness.

In these roadmaps, the industries describe when and how they will be fossil free, what technological solutions need to be developed, what investments need to be made and what obstacles need to be removed. The roadmaps also contain the sectors’ own proposals regarding commitments for the sectors´ stakeholders and political solutions.

The roadmaps are managed by either industry associations or companies in an open process that aims to include the entire sectors. The first roadmaps were handed over to the government in April 2018 and more are in progress.

Highlights:

The mining and minerals industry is carrying out an electrification and automation program that, together with a transition to biofuels, will make mining operations fossil free by 2035.

The steel industry describes a unique initiative focusing on the development of a technology to reduce iron ore to iron using hydrogen making fossil free steel possible.

The aviation industry aims to make all domestic flights fossil free 2030 and all flights originating from Sweden fossil free 2045.

The food retail sector’s goal is for all plastic packaging to be recyclable by 2022, and all plastic packages to be produced from renewable or recycled raw materials by 2030.

The road haulage industry reduced its emissions between 2010 and 2016 by 25 per cent. They will reach the goal by switching fuel and they see the potential in route optimization and digitalization.

The forest sector is aiming for fossil free industry operations 2030, fossil free vehicles in forest industries and in forestry 2030 and an increased production of biofuels based on forest raw material from 1 TWh to 10 TWh per year that will help other sectors becoming fossil free.

The construction industry aims to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 50 per cent (cf. 2015) 2030, 75% reduction by 2040 and have net zero emissions by 2045

The concrete industry aims to reach half the climate impact in 5 years, to have climate-neutral concrete available on the market 2030 and all concrete climate neutral 2045.

The cement industry is aiming for climate neutrality with the use of carbon capture and storage technology.

Summary in English:

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Roadmap for fossil free competitiveness (PDF)

Roadmaps and Contacts (in Swedish):
The aviation industry
The cement industry
The concrete industry
The construction industry
The forest industry
The grocery retail sector
The haulage industry
The mining and mineral industry
The steel industry

Roadmaps in process:
The heating industry
The IT consultancy industry
The shipping industry