Network for Transport Measures


A particulary sucessful member meeting

The day began as it should with the formal annual meeting. Normally this is dealt with in about 30 minutes, but this year a glitchy computer meant that we needed an additional 10 minutes. Another reason for a slightly longer annual meeting was a discussion about the future and upcoming investments which, among other things, involve an increase in membership fees by 10%, which later was decided unanimously.

After the formal member meeting, exciting lectures and discussions took place about in-setting as a solution to start replacing fossil fuels where the transport supplier is in various ways not directly and easily connected to the transport buyer.

First lecturer Göran Erselius from 2050 began with a basic and necessary review of the concept. Afterwards, Maria Gungner from Energifabriken and Henrik Östlund, Systembolaget discussed the possibilities and risks of insetting. After a short break, Staffan Johannesson, Volvo Cars, Per Tunell, Wallenius and David Hild, Fly Green Fund gave their thoughts on the topic. After a coffee break with a lot of mingling, the conclusion was a discussion around various specific questions about in-setting in relation to other action activities and related measurement problems. The discussion was lively with great contributions from all participants. The general opinion of the meeting was that a unified document based on the issues that were mentioned would be good for both transport buyers and transport sellers. The board will return on the matter. Some of the the presentations will be available shortly. Go to library

The meeting was well attended with just under 50 participants and ended, according to tradition, with sparkling drinks and continued mingling. Sjöfartshuset is a very beautiful building together with a fantastic view towards Stockholm’s inlet, which really provides the best conditions for our annual meetings, but may sometimes distract…

Seminar and mingle in the beautiful premisses. Presentations by Maria Gungner, Henrik Östlund, Staffan Johannesson, Per Tunell, David Hild and ending by Magnus Swahn about future challenges and how NTM can contribute.