Bohlin is the Conservatives, the representatives of the group regularly follows up on the agreement the social democrats, the green Party, the moderate party, the Centre party and the Christian democrats met in June 2016.
the Group met for two hours on onsdagseftermiddagen, with energy minister Anders Ygeman (S) as the host. He praises the Conservatives for at the meeting have acted constructively.
"the Conservatives have put forward their positions and we'll discuss them further at future meetings," says Ygeman.
the last time threatened to jump out of the agreement if not portalmeningen in the agreement be changed. M want to the goal should be that 100 per cent of electricity production in 2040 will be fossil-free, rather than renewable, as the wording now reads. It would be under the M a way to provide the conditions to maintain the nuclear power longer and thus also more easily reach the climate policy targets.
M believes that the current wording can be interpreted to mean that the 2040 is a final date for inclusion in nuclear power in Sweden. This despite the fact that the agreement also states that it does not involve a stoppdatum and that the agreement also allows new nuclear reactors at the sites where it now exists.
the Centre party and the green Party is opposed to changing the wording. The christian democrats are also against it, despite the fact that the party wants to give nuclear power a as long a life as possible.
"I think we should keep the agreement, you shall not begin to bend because it is someone who wants to change," says Camilla Brodin, energy policy spokesperson for the christian democrats who do not have any plans to jump of the agreement.
She looks KD's job, and others who think the same, to get the world and the industry to understand that energiöverenskommelsen does not contain any final date for inclusion in nuclear power and that the path for investments with a longer perspective than 2040 can be reasonable. Nuclear power needed to meet electricity demand and climate policy, says Brodin.
all the parties have a responsibility to adapt the contract after the reality, but he has a hard time to see that the Conservatives demands to amend the renewable to the zero carbon goal for 2040, will be accepted.
" I believe that if you have an agreement so you cannot just pluck out one part. It is the strength of this agreement is that it unites those who have a more positive view on nuclear energy with those who have a more skeptical view. It is the cornerstone of the agreement, says Ygeman.
Carl-Oskar Bohlin do not want to give up yet.
– My impression is that there is a constructive approach, to drill deep into what conditions to move this requirement to the meeting, we shall see further on how far we are going, " he says.