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Effects of Covid-19 and announced measures

06 April 2020
Sweco has a continued strong financial position with a project portfolio that remains relatively unaffected due to Covid-19. However, the company is taking necessary actions to mitigate effects of weaker demand in specific segments.

Sweco's Annual Report 2019

02 April 2020
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Sweco helps to deliver Europe's largest "green battery" manufacturing plant

01 April 2020
Sweco, in alliance with Nordic industrial partners ABB and Fineweld, are to deliver production units to battery industry disruptor Northvolt.

Limiting infrastructure carbon emissions is key to solving the climate crisis

31 March 2020
Already today, infrastructure sectors in nations such as the UK account for over 50% of carbon emissions. By 2050 this figure may have increased to 90%. The ability to assess carbon at the earliest project stages is essential, as this is where the greatest carbon and cost reduction potential exists.  

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

31 March 2020
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Sweco has prepared for the spread of the coronavirus

20 March 2020
These are exceptional times in both Finland and the rest of the world. Here at Sweco, we are taking the situation very seriously and doing our utmost so that our work community stays healthy and cooperation with our customers continues uninterrupted.

Sweco assigned to support climate adaptation in Poland

18 March 2020
Sweco has signed a contract with the State Water Holding Polish Waters, as part of a consortium, for the review and preparation of flood risk management plans. The value of the contract is 9.4 million EUR. 

Notice of Annual General Meeting in Sweco AB (publ)

12 March 2020

Sweco acquires the Danish architecture firm KANT Arkitekter A/S

02 March 2020
Sweco has signed an agreement to acquire the Danish architecture firm KANT Arkitekter. KANT Arkitekter has a strong position in the public-sector learning and housing segments, particularly in the eastern part of Denmark.
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Plumbing renovation projects provide housing companies with a chance to start saving energy: Energy renovations are now eligible for state subsidies

26 February 2020
Roughly 80 per cent of households’ energy consumption is created by heating, and the heating of buildings generates approximately 30 per cent of Finnish carbon dioxide emissions. Indeed, developing heating solutions is the single most effective tool to control the carbon footprint of housing companies and individual residents.