This site is perfect for those of you who love to take magazine quizzes and questionnaires.
It uses a maths-based matching system to pair you with compatible dates based on your responses to questions.
This is a no-nonsense site aimed at “serious singles”.
Boasting “sophisticated and highly-educated singles”, it attracts a more mature audience than Badoo and Tinder. New members must first complete a personality test before filling in a personal profile where they can also upload photos.
may not be as "cool" as Happy Pancake or Tinder but it’s one of the oldest and most well-established dating sites in Sweden (it arrived in the Nordic countries in 2002.) There are plenty of foreigners here alongside Swedes and it's one of the biggest ponds in the Swedish net-dating landscape – though you do need to be aware of fake fish, as scam accounts are common. You can try out a free version but in order to use the best functions you’ll need to fork out some cash.
Fed up with casual hook-ups and looking to settle down?
The company also operates the world's first biogas train, which has been running for the past year-and-a-half along the southeast coast of Sweden.
Tax Incentives While biogas is cheaper to produce than gasoline, the challenge is distributing the fuel, Lillehöök said.
For every liter of gasoline that is burned, 2.5 kilograms of carbon dioxide is produced, said Carl Lillehöök, managing director of Swedish Biogas.
"By replacing 5 million liters (1.3 million gallons) of gasoline with 5 million cubic meters (176 million cubic feet) of biogas, we can save 12,000 metric tons of carbon dioxide in Linköaping alone," he said.
The amount of alcohol seized by Swedish customs officials has increased in recent years, in part because of greater Internet commerce.