ELFACK 3-6 May 2022
Swedish Exhibition & Congress Centre, Gothenburg
The Nordic region's leading trade show for the electrical & energy industries of the future.
Electrification and digitalisation
for sustainable development
Together with Power Circle Summit and SWITCH, ELFACK is a cross-border trade show focused on future solutions in electricity, power, light and information technology.
At ELFACK, industry representatives gather to network and do business, find out about new technology and innovations, get inspiration for new solutions and benefit from the unique knowledge content on offer.
Safe to visit - Safe to exhibit
The safety and health for visitors and employees is our top priority. In order to offer you the best possible conditions when you visit us, we have adapted our facilities and adopted new routines according to prevailing circumstances. Our meeting place is vast which makes it easy to keep a distance.Read more here »
Long lead times for new electricity networks can slow down Sweden’s electrification. - Our focus is to work together to achieve an ambitious target of halving lead times for new electricity networks by 2025, says Truls Borgström, coordinator of the government’s electrification strategy. The framework for the conversion and expansion of the electricity system was the focus of Truls Borgström’s...Read more
Lots of people talked about collaboration at this year’s SWITCH. - But it takes more, a plan and a common vision to cope with the change. SWITCH raised hopes for collaboration – next year I hope we will see that it really happens, says Karin Bodén of Jämtkraft, who was the moderator at SWITCH 2021. Responsible for public affairs at Jämtkraft, Karin Bodén works on issues related to the transiti...Read more
With the focus on climate goals, efforts are being made worldwide to increase energy efficiency. A clear example is lighting, which accounted for 15-19% of global electricity use in 2005, with consumption expected to double if nothing was done. Thanks to rapid technological development of LEDs in combination with the introduction of instruments around the world that set minimum requirements fo...Read more
How will Sweden succeed in reducing the transport sector’s emissions by 70 percent by 2030? The ball is in the Electrification Commission’s court, and it is getting to work. - We are getting lots of input and we’re feeling a great commitment, says Jenny Larsson, a member of the Commission, who will tell more at SWITCH. In October of last year, the government appointed the Electrification Com...Read more