We participate in several projects that aim to strengthen innovation and sustainable production in Södertälje, the Stockholm region and Sweden.

Here you can find a selection of our current projects. For a complete list, see this page (in Swedish).

SuPr - the Swedish research and innovation node for sustainable production

SuPr, the Swedish node for sustainable production, brings together industry, academia and the public sector to strengthen the development of sustainable production. SuPr initiate and coordinate R&D efforts with the right constellation of partners.

Contact Mats Lundin if you want to know more, or read more here (in Swedish).

Produktionsänglar - upscaling and national rollout

Produktionsänglar (meaning Production angels) aims to support startups going from prototype to production. In 2022 and 2023, the concept will be rolled out in more places in Sweden. The activities within Produktionsänglar have been conducted through a number of different projects. In 2021, the latest project began, which aims to scale up the concept on a national level, following a grant from Vinnova. In the coming years, more nodes will be created across the country, near universities, incubators and manufacturers. The goal is for more companies to choose to manufacture their products in Sweden.

Contact Victor Strimfors if you want to know more, or read more here (in Swedish).

Frontrunners for Sustainable Innovation

Frontrunners for Sustainable Innovation is a EU-funded project, where some of the Stockholm region's strongest innovation clusters participate - Södertälje Science Park, Kista Science City, Openlab and KTH Royal Institute of Technology. Frontrunners for Sustainable Innovation helps companies, through the region's innovation clusters, to scale up their business, establish stronger networks and gain access to test and development environments.

Contact Conny Lemon if you want to know more, or read more here (in Swedish).