• New co-workers!

    Yesterday we had the honour of welcoming three new co-workers to Anthesis Sweden. Kristina Landfors has an engineering degree and long standing experience as a consultant working with energy  efficiency and sustainability issues. She has worked with project management and has more than 10 years experience with process management with a focus on municipalities and regional stakeholders. With over 25 years of working experience she is capable of carrying out different types of activites and efforts, ...

    Posted at November 19, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Framework agreements

    Various public organisations are some of our largest clients. We have framework agreements with the Swedish Energy Agency, the Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management, the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, Future Position X, Nacka municipality and the City of Stockholm Environmental & Health Administration. We are currently celebrating recent framework agreements with the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth and the Swedish Transport Agency.

    Posted at November 19, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Recently published article

    An article based on Hanna Westling's master thesis has now been published. The article "The role of the Swedish municipalities in the transition towards sustainable energy systems" is written by Hanna together with her supervisor and examiner at Linköping University; Maria Andersson and Louise Ödlund (former Trygg). Read the article here.

    Posted at November 6, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Case Study: Cost Benefit Analysis Of Water And Wastewater Solutions In Norra Djurgårdsstaden, Stockholm

    City of Stockholm is known internationally for its waters and commitment to responsibility. As part of their continued efforts to uphold this status, Stockholm wanted to evaluate and understand the socio-economic implications of different water and wastewater systems in Norra Djurgårdsstaden with the goal of increasing their energy and resource use efficiency. The Project To meet the clients ambitions, Anthesis provided policy support and conducted a cost benefit analysis of two alternative water and wastewater systems. Our ...

    Posted at October 25, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Anthesis Group provides support to Peak Performance

    Anthesis Sweden is part of Anthesis Group, which is a global sustainability services and solutions consultancy. Anthesis Group currently has around 500 employees and offices in 15 countries all over the world. The company’s access to this global network of experts in a wide range of sustainability areas is a unique strength. Collaborations with colleagues around the world allow us to share knowledge and increases the value we deliver to our clients. Therefore, we would like to showcase a ...

    Posted at October 21, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Student theses

    The student theses written in collaboration with Anthesis during 2018 and 2019 can now be found on the page Publications.

    Posted at September 23, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Agneta Persson is the new Managing Director at Anthesis Sweden

    Agneta Persson, Managing Director Anthesis Sweden As of September 1st, Agneta Persson is appointed Managing Director at Anthesis Sweden. Agneta has been working at Anthesis since May 2017 in the role of Head of Energy and Sustainable Cities - Nordic Region. Into the role as Managing Director, Agneta brings a solid knowledge and experience that she has accumulated during the many years she has worked in ...

    Posted at September 4, 2019 | Categories : News
  • ecee 2019 summer study

    The European Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy is arranging their 2019 summer study this week. Agneta Persson (Anthesis and President of eceee) is there, moderating the session on Smart an sustainable communities. She also participated in Tuesday night’s Dragons Den on Energy sufficiency.

    Posted at June 7, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Marco investigates the Swedish deposit-return system

    After finishing his Bachelor's degree in Natural Resource Sciences in Switzerland, Marco started his Master’s programme in Sustainable Technology at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in 2017. This January, Marco began working on his Master Thesis where he will investigate how the Deposit-Return System (Pantsystem) in Sweden could be expanded beyond cans and PET bottles to include other types of plastic packaging. Nils Johansson (KTH) ...

    Posted at February 11, 2019 | Categories : News
  • Welcome Saga Ekelin!

    Saga is a senior consultant and will work in the team Energy and Sustainable Cities Nordic Region. Read more about Saga here.

    Posted at December 3, 2018 | Categories : News
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