Baylan was minister of energy in the S-MP government when the settlement was reached with the Conservatives, the Christian democrats and the Centre party for less than three years ago. The aim was to create a broad base for the energy industry would dare to invest long-term for more environmentally friendly options.
that Sweden should be restricted to renewable electricity production in 2040, but also on the rules for the hydro power, the extension of the system with electricity certificates and the absence of any kärnkraftsskatt.
In an article in DN Debate on Tuesday evening demanded the Christian democrats and the Conservatives that nuclear power should have a more central role, and quickly gained the support of the Liberals, who stood outside of the agreement in 2016. Central to all three parties is that they would rather talk about the ”fossil-free” energy sources than ”renewable”.Minister Ibrahim Baylan (S). Photo: Lisa Mattisson
to pursue these issues, it is natural that the debate recurs every now and then. I can only conclude that this agreement means that you both can livstidsförlänga existing reactors and build new ones. But it should not be done with taxpayers 'money," comments Ibrahim Baylan.
He believes that the great value of the settlement is that the heavy Swedish industry and the energy sector know how the long-term the playing field looks like.
– however, If there arises uncertainty in the energy operators can feel confident in the big investment, " says Ibrahim Baylan.
" No, not as long as the five parties talking to each other.