The Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications has overall charge of the activities of 24 central government agencies, including four public enterprises and one court. The authorities are responsible for the day-to day running of the central government administration. The nature and scope of their activities are defined by government objectives and guidelines and further determined by the allocation of funds for their operations.
Board for Shipping Support (Rederinämnden)
The Board for Shipping Support examines matters concerning state support to Swedish shipping and monitors the international competitiveness of Swedish shipping.
Box 11125, SE-404 23 Göteborg
int. +46 31-80 63 40
Energy Markets Inspectorate is the Swedish regulator of the markets for electricity, natural gas and district heating.
Box 155, SE-631 03 ESKILSTUNA
int. +46 16-16 27 00
The Geological Survey of Sweden, SGU, is a national authority responsible for questions relating to Swedens geological character and handling of minerals.
Box 670, SE-751 28 Uppsala
int. +46 18-17 90 00
The National Post and Telecom Agency, PTS, is the authority that monitors the electronic communications and post sectors. The term electronic communication includes the telecommunications, IT and radio sectors.
Box 5398, SE-102 49 Stockholm
int. +46 8-678 55 00
The National Public Transport Agency coordinates long-distance travel in Sweden. The two main tasks is to foster and coordinate public transport throughout Sweden and to procure interregional public transport, by air, rail, sea and land, which would not be commercially viable.
Box 473, SE-851 06 Sundsvall
int. +46 60-67 82 50
Oil Crisis Board (Oljekrisnämnden)
The Oil Crisis Board is a quasi-judicial authority that deals with certain compensation matters under the Oil Crisis Act (1975:197). Further information can be provided by: Division for Energy, Forestry and Primary Industries
Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications
SE-103 33 Stockholm
int. +46 8-405 10 00
The aim of the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth is to work to achieve more enterprises, growing enterprises and sustainable, competitive business and industry throughout Sweden.
Box 4044, SE-102 61 Stockholm
int. +46 8-681 91 00
The Swedish Agency for Growth Policy Analysis (Growth Analysis) is charged by the Government to shed light on the areas most significant to growth. The Agency's overriding objective is to strengthen Swedish competitiveness and create the conditions for more jobs in more and growing companies throughout the country. Growth Analysis conduct evaluations, analyses and statistical studies with a broad Swedish and international perspective. Their work relies on science and reliable experience, and their knowledge base shall form the basis of political decisions in the Government and the Swedish Parliament (Riksdag).
Studentplan 3, SE-831 40 Östersund
int. +46 10-447 44 00
VINNOVA, Swedish Governmental Agency for Innovation Systems, integrates research and development in technology, transport and working life. VINNOVA's mission is to promote sustainable growth by financing RTD and developing effective innovation systems.
SE-101 58 Stockholm
int. +46 8-473 30 00
Swedish Companies Registration Office registers all enterprises, from sole traders to companies of all sizes, including Swedish branches of foreign companies and corporate mortgages. Swedish Companies Registration Office also deal with certain aspects of permittance and maintain a register of bankruptcies and bans on conducting business.
Bolagsverket, SE-851 81 Sundsvall
int. +46 60 18 40 00
The Swedish Competition Authority is a state authority working in order to safeguard and increase competition in Sweden. In addition to applying the Competition Act, the Authority provides proposals for changes to rules and other measures to eliminate obstacles to effective competition, as well as builds up and disseminates knowledge on competition issues.
SE-103 85 Stockholm
int. +46 8-700 16 00
The Swedish Energy Agency works towards transforming the Swedish energy system into an ecological and economically sustainable system through guiding state capital towards the area of energy. This is done in collaboration with trade and industry, energy companies, municipalities and the research community.
Box 310, SE-631 04 Eskilstuna
int. +46 16 544 2000
The Swedish National Electrical Safety Board prevents injury to persons and damage to property being caused by electricity. They also have the task of creating a satisfactory electromagnetic environment in which different pieces of apparatus can operate without disturbing each other.
Box 1371, SE-111 93 Stockholm
int. +46 8 508 905 00
The Swedish National Road and Transport Research Institute performs research and development concerning infrastructure, traffic and transport. The R&D shall also include general analyses of the impact of the transport sector on the environment and energy use.
SE-581 95 Linköping
int. +46 13-20 40 00
The Swedish National Space Board is responsible for national and international activities relating to space and remote sensing, primarily research and development.
Box 4006, SE-171 04 Solna
int. +46 8-6276480
At the Swedish Patent and Registration office you can apply for protection for your ideas. You can also change your name, apply for an authorisation to publish your periodical, and order strategic information.
Box 5055, SE-102 42 Stockholm
int. +46 8-782 25 00
The Swedish Transport Administration is responsible for overall intermodal long-term infrastructure planning for road, rail, sea and air travel, as well as for the planning, building, operations and maintenance of the state roads and railways. The task of the Swedish Transport Administration is to apply an urban management perspective to create the conditions for an economically efficient, internationally competitive and long-term sustainable transport system.
781 89 Borlänge
Tel: +46 771 921 921
The Swedish Transport Agency is working to achieve good accessibility, high quality, secure and environmentally aware rail, air, sea and road transport. They have overall responsibility for drawing up regulations and ensuring that authorities, companies, organisations and citizens abide by them. The Swedish Transport Agency was established on the 1st of January 2009.
SE-601 73 Norrköping
int. +46 771-503 503
Transport Analysis is the Government's evaluation and analysis body for issues concerning the whole area of transport. This agency is responsible for evaluating measures and reporting the effects of various measures in the area of transport. Transport Analysis is also responsible for studies into travel habits and transport, as well as official statistics in the area of transport and communications.
Sveavägen 90, 113 59 Stockholm
Tel: +46 63 14 00 00