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Sweco appoints new CFO and CCO

26 April 2019
Sweco AB (Sweco) (Nasdaq Stockholm; ticker symbol SWECA and SWECB) announces the appointment of Olof Stålnacke as Chief Financial Officer and Katarina Grönwall as Chief Communications Officer. Both will become members of Sweco’s Executive Team.

Re-use of energy – a key to reducing carbon emissions

24 April 2019
Energy production is a major source of global greenhouse gas emissions. We can reduce these emissions by using energy in smarter ways and reusing excess energy. In a new report, Sweco analyses various solutions for more efficient energy usage. The report concludes that substantial reductions in both costs and emissions can be achieved through smarter energy use.

Adjusted Business Area structure and IFRS 16 – restated financials

12 April 2019
Sweco is today releasing historical restated financial information considering the adjusted Business Area structure. Moreover, the financial statements for all periods of 2018 are restated pursuant to IFRS 16, the new standard for accounting of leases. Both the adjusted Business Area structure and IFRS 16 are applicable as of January 1, 2019. The purpose of this release is to facilitate comparability with historical periods.

Resolutions at Sweco AB’s Annual General Meeting and resolution on repurchase and transfer of treasury shares

11 April 2019

Sweco to rehabilitate large hydropower plant in Southern Africa

04 April 2019
One of Southern Africa’s largest hydropower plant in Mozambique is in need of rehabilitation and Sweco has been commissioned as advisor and to monitor the installation of new equipment. The customer is Hidroeléctrica de Cahora Bassa, S.A. and the order value is approximately 5,2 MUSD.

Change in number of shares and votes in Sweco AB (publ)

29 March 2019

How do we become 100 percent renewable?

27 March 2019
Energy production is a major source of global carbon dioxide emissions. Switching to renewable energy sources would result in significant reductions in emissions. A new report concludes that even though the necessary technology and infrastructure is available to increase the use of renewable energy, ineffective approaches and disapproving attitudes are still holding us back.

Dual learning is flourishing at Sweco

25 March 2019
Third-year students of the Hogeschool Ghent learn the tricks of the (technical) trade at Sweco’s work floor. This unique programme of dual learning, or workplace learning, focuses specifically on students of electromechanics and climate control.

Sweco’s Annual Report 2018

21 March 2019

Sweco prepares rainwater plan for Mechelen

20 March 2019
The city of Mechelen has selected Sweco to draw up its rainwater plan. After a whole series of successful water studies, we are deploying our extensive expertise once again in order to tackle the rising flooding caused by climate change.