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Why international investors look to Stockholm for cleantech innovations

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Why international investors look to Stockholm for cleantech innovations
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This content was paid for by an advertiser and produced by The Local's Creative Studio
20:53 CEST+02:00
It's easy to be gloomy about the climate crisis but in Stockholm there's hope.

For nearly a decade and a half, Stockholm-based companies have been in the vanguard of the clean technology sector. Now, as consumers become more attuned to the global climate crisis, investors seeking solutions that reduce negative environmental impact are turning to Sweden's capital.

From Ekoligens, which has developed clothes hangers out of recycled cardboard and paper to SurfCleaner, which has created an energy efficient system for collecting and separating pollutants like plastic and oil from water, the city is pioneering tomorrow's sustainable solutions, today.

Click here to find out how Stockholm became a world leader in the clean technology sector

This article was produced by The Local Creative Studio in partnership with Invest Stockholm. 
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