County administrative boards in Sweden have been commissioned by the Swedish government to develop regional infrastructure plans for renewable fuels. The aim of the plans
are to promote and coordinate the proper deployment
of CNG refuelling station infrastructure and thus enable the transition to renewable fuels.
Sweden's long-term climate goal is to have no net emissions of greenhouse gases to the
to the atmosphere by 2045, and to achieve negative emissions thereafter.
For domestic transport (excluding domestic flights), the current target is to reduce carbon dioxide emissions by 70% compared to 2010.
To achieve this reduction in pollutant emissions and the ambitious targets for 2045, it is inevitable to plan a refuelling structure for compressed natural gas that makes it possible to use it throughout Sweden.
And so in Sweden there are currently 211 CNG refuelling stations open to the public.