Lindholmen Science Park is both a dynamic area and an arena for collaboration across geographical borders. It is home to several of Sweden’s leading development projects, with a focus on mobility for tomorrow.
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25 March 2019
Sweden´s first liquid biogas station has opened today in Götene within the framework of the environmental initiative Klimatklivet. A rapid expansion of infrastructure for liquid biogas fuelling now awaits – a necessary condition for switching heavy traffic from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources.
19 March 2019
Drive Sweden appointed a new programme director in February. Sofie Vennersten, previously responsible for the CLOSER programme, takes over after Jan Hellåker, who is now assuming the role of Chairman of the Board of Drive Sweden.
6 February 2019
AI Innovation of Sweden was opened today at Lindholmen Science Park, together with more than 40 partners that have been confirmed to date. The Minister for Energy and Digitalisation, Anders Ygeman, was there to open the national centre, which will use cooperation and co-location to accelerate innovation and research in practical applied Artificial Intelligence - AI.
AI Innovation of Sweden
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