The Nordic countries of Iceland, Norway, Finland, Denmark and Sweden are poised to make the transition from high energy to low-carbon energy systems. The Nordic Energy Technology Perspectives project, Nordic Energy Reseach, is a complete plan that offers the decision makers the data that they need to assess the roles of the member regions and offer alternatives to give them the opportunity to become carbon neutral. The Nordic countries have a strong economic position and are rich in renewable sources of energy. Putting changes into place for the alteration of infrastructure and the building and adaptation to renewable energy won’t be an easy move, but it could position the Nordic region to be the first in the world to successfully achieve an energy system that is completely carbon neutral.
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