Stockholm’s city and business community working together for the climate.
At the end of 2009, Henrik Båge, SolTech Energy and Ulla Hamilton, Environmental and Transportation City Commissioner in Stockholm, jointly signed the letter of intent for the Stockholm Climate Pact.
The Climate Pact is a collaboration between Stockholm and companies active in the Stockholm region. The aim is that the city and the business community pool resources andexperiences to reduce the climate impact of us who live and work in the city.
“We see participation in the Climate Pact as a great opportunity for SolTech Energy to contribute to a better environment and reduced carbon footprint of Stockholm and at the same time utilize Climate Pact as a platform to establish contacts for increasing awareness of our systems and solutions,” says Henrik Båge, business developer at SolTech Energy. “We also see this as part of our marketing in conjunction with European Green Capital 2010, when much focus will be on the Stockholm and innovative environmental technology solutions,” continues Henrik.
Read more about Climate Pact at the Stockholm City website.
For more information about SolTech Energy’s participation in the Climate Pact, please contact Henrik Båge at 08-441 88 47 or Frederic Telander, CEO, at 08-441 88 46
(This is a translation of a Swedish original. Should there be any discrepancies between the two, the Swedish original will have priority.)