Ministry of Climate and Enterprise

The Ministry of Climate and Enterprise is responsible for matters relating to the climate, the environment, energy, enterprise, innovation as well as radiation safety, the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and outdoor life. The Ministry is also working to ensure the transition to a circular economy.

Responsible ministers

Ebba Busch Minister for Energy, Business and Industry and Deputy Prime Minister
Romina Pourmokhtari Minister for Climate and the Environment

News from Ministry of Climate and Enterprise

  • Competition in times of crisis

    • State Secretary Sara Modig and Erik Thedéen, Governor of the Riksbank attending the European Competition Day conference.

      State Secretary Sara Modig and Erik Thedéen, Governor of the Riksbank attending the European Competition Day conference.

      @Johannes Frandsen/Government Offices

    • Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Competition, stressed that it is particularly important in times of crisis that competition watchdog agencies maintain healthy competition – not least for the benefit of consumers.

      Margrethe Vestager, Executive Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Competition, stressed that it is particularly important in times of crisis that competition watchdog agencies maintain healthy competition – not least for the benefit of consumers.

      @Johannes Frandsen/Government Offices

    The importance of maintaining active competition enforcement with regard to markets and companies in times of crisis was a recurring message during the European Competition Day conference.

  • Swedish Presidency accomplishes a great deal in the areas of business and energy

    Minister for Energy, Business and Industry Ebba Busch leading discussions at the meeting of tele­communications, transport, energy ministers in Stockholm in February 2023.
    Minister for Energy, Business and Industry Ebba Busch leading discussions at the meeting of tele­communications, transport, energy ministers in Stockholm in February 2023. Photo:Johannes Frandsen/ Government Offices of Sweden

    We are four months into the Swedish Presidency of the Council of the EU, and good progress has been made in achieving the energy transition and enhancing long-term growth and productivity in the EU. In parallel, negotiations on EU legislation are ongoing – several agreements have been made, including with regard to the European Chips Act and the Renewable Energy Directive.

  • Focus on green transition at informal meeting of environment ministers

    • Minister for Climate and the Environment Romina Pourmokhtari at the informal meeting of EU environment ministers.

      Photo: Johannes Frandsen/Government Offices of Sweden.

    • Minister for Climate and the Environment Romina Pourmokhtari opens the informal meeting,

      Photo: Johannes Frandsen/Government Offices of Sweden.

    • Family photo at the informal meeting of EU environment ministers.

      Photo: Johannes Frandsen/Government Offices of Sweden.

    • Minister for Climate and the Environment Romina Pourmokhtari with Commissioner for Environment, Oceans and Fisheries, Virginijus Sinkevičius.

      Photo: Foto: Elima Mwinyipembe/Government Offices of Sweden..

    • Minister for Climate and the Environment Romina Pourmokhtari meets the press.

      Photo: Foto: Elima Mwinyipembe/Government Offices of Sweden.

    Minister for Climate and the Environment Romina Pourmokhtari hosted an informal meeting of EU environment ministers in Stockholm on 18–19 April, which was also attended by business leaders from across the EU. The focus of the meeting was the green transition and the role of business in promoting biodiversity, circularity and competitiveness.

  • Ministerial statement on proposed European Critical Raw Materials Act

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    Minister for Energy, Business and Industry Ebba Busch @Kristian Pohl

    Statement from Minister for Energy, Business, and Industry Ebba Busch.

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