ENERGY OBSERVER is continuing its odyssey in Northern Europe, still with the objective of discovering new solutions for the planet. The vessel’s 38th port of call was Stockholm, the city that was designated the first European Green Capital in 2010. This gave an opportunity to discover projects that contribute to the city’s sustainable development.
Stockholm, Europe's 1st green capital in 2010
The Swedish capital is a model of ecology and is developing a range of solutions for sustainable transport, development of green spaces and eco-neighborhoods, water management and waste management, all intended to make Stockholm attractive and efficient.
ENGIE's objective of discovering new solutions illustrates its ambition to bring about a zero carbon transition in regions and in cities. The Group designs tools, equipment and services that are transforming cities to make them more sustainable, attractive and resistant.
Discover some ENGIE projects that contribute to the sustainable development of the city: