Oct 11, 2022

Workshop on Swedish initiatives supporting road zero emission freight and logistics

Tuesday, September 6th, 2022

As part of the series of online workshops on “countries and regions initiatives supporting zero emission road freight and logistics”  jointly organised by EMEurope and ALICE, with the support of the POLIS Network and the project ENTRANCE, Sweden will be in focus. In this workshop, organised by the Lindholmen Science Park on behalf of Swedish Energy Agency (SWEA) in collaboration with the Sweden’s Innovation Agency (Vinnova) information about the Swedish Innovation System light house projects and strategies and funding opportunities will be presented. The aim is to bring together representatives of companies, research, cities and (national/regional) policy makers to share information on current and planned incentive schemes, especially about research and innovation (R&I) programmes to accelerate the transition towards zero-emission road freight transport and logistics in European regions and countries.

Date and Time

11 October 2022, 10:00 – 11:30 h (CET) (via Zoom)

Agenda Download

10.00 Welcome and Introduction (Download presentation)


10.05 Swedish initiatives supporting zero emission road freight and logistics (Download presentation)


10.20 Q&A

10.30 Update on ERS (Electric Road Systems) status in Sweden (Download presentation)

  • Swedish Transport Administration, Magnus Lindgren

10.35 Lighthouse projects on electrification of heavy duty trucks with stationary charging 

  • REEL – System demonstration of Regional Electrification, Lindholmen Science Park, Andreas Josefsson (Download presentation)
  • E-Charge: System demonstration of electrified long-haul transports in Sweden, Lindholmen Science Park, Gunnar Ohlin (Download presentation)

10.55 Panel discussion

11.15 Q&A

11.25 End of workshop

More information and previous workshops

Activities performed in the frame of the ENTRANCE Project. The project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program under Grant Agreement N°101006681

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