In June 2017, Sweden adopted a new progressive Climate Law, which has two overreaching goals for the Swedish road transport system; to reduce its GHG emissions by 70% by 2030 and become completely fossil-free by 2045. The national strategy focuses the efforts on three key areas to reach these goals: a transport efficient society, the use of renewable fuels and the electrification of vehicles. Electricity from renewable sources complements liquid and gaseous renewable fuels. Sweden is a part of the Nordic electricity market, which is already today almost decarbonized.