Most housings in Sweden don't feature a cooling system, which is reasonable. I mean, it would be sort of the same thing as opening a sand shop in the desert of Sahara. However, sometimes maybe there is a need for sand even in Sahara. Some fellow engineering student (I guess), suffering in his rented student housing in Gothenburg, found a remedy to his hardships. Down at the yard there was a storage room for solid waste were disposed fridges ocassionally could be found. To shield himself from this burning inferno he mounted the fridge in the window of the apartment. That's right, when there was 28 celsius in Sweden some guy mount a fridge in his, or perhaps her, window. If the top part of the opening of the window was covered for the system to actually work is unknown.
This however reminds me of a deeper aspect. There is so much useful material that just goes to waste in Sweden, while it could sometimes be directly recycled, like here. Okey, this is not a great example, I don't expect people to mount old fridges in their windows. But a lot other stuff that is thrown away is fully usable.