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Swedenergy aims to influence political decisions at the national level in Sweden, but also at an international level. We monitor on European energy and climate policies in order to safeguard the investments of our members. Another important focus is the development of a sustainable energy system - from a social, environmental, and economic perspective.
In order to maximise our impact, Swedenergy cooperates with other organisations on the international, European, and Nordic arena.
Eurelectric is the sector association which represents the common interests of the electricity industry at pan-European level, plus its affiliates and associates on several other continents. Eurelectric represents the electricity industry in 32 European countries. Swedenergy is one of over 30 full members.
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Euroheat and Power
Euroheat and Power is a network made up of district energy organisations and professionals, connecting industry players, decision-makers, and academia in a joint effort to drive sustainable heating and cooling. The headquarter is stationed in Brussels and the members come from over thirty countries around the globe and include national district heating and cooling associations, utilities operating district energy systems, industrial associations and companies, manufacturers, universities, research institutes, and consultancies active in the sector.
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Swedenergy is a member of GEODE. The organisation is made up of European independent distribution companies of gas and electricity and represents more than 1200 companies (both privately and publicly owned) in 15 countries.
GEODE defends the interest of local distributors in relation to energy authorities on national and international level and allows the exchange of expertise and the sharing of data and competence.
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Swedenergy works together with the other Nordic energy associations in different areas. The organisations have a common office in Brussels and often arrange events together.
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World Energy Council
The World Energy Council (WEC) is a UN-accredited global energy body. The purpose of the Council is to promote an affordable, stable, and environmentally sensitive energy system for the greatest possible benefit of all.
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Centre of European Policy Studies
The Centre of European Policy Studies (CEPS) is a leading think tank and forum for debates on EU affairs, with in-house research as well as a network of partner institutes throughout the world.
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