20 August 2020

The Swedish Energy Agency has reached a decision relating to research projects in Stage 2 of FoES, which will extend from 2020 to 2024.

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Swedish Energy Agency grants 63 millions for new research projects.

The Swedish Energy Agency has reached a decision relating to research projects in Stage 2 of FoES, which will extend from 2020 to 2024. Five projects comprising 13 doctoral student positions with a total value of more than SEK 63 million have been awarded funding for the four-year period.

Approved projects:

Energy efficient negative emissions from the agricultural sector (Project leader: Shareq Mohd Nazir, KTH); KTH, SLU and Uppsala University. SEK 13.8 million. Three doctoral student positions, one at each of the three institutions.

Sustainable Energy Transformations in Aviation (Project leader: Frauke Urban, KTH); KTH and LiU. SEK 13.8 million. Three doctoral student positions, two of them at KTH and one at LiU.

Socio-technical ecology: Energy systems in urban areas with high sustainability profile (Project leader: Kerstin Sernhed, LU); Chalmers, LiU and Lund University. SEK 15.4 million. Three doctoral student positions, one at each of the three institutions.

Electric power grid resilience - possibility of households and buildings to contribute to a more resilient electric power network (Project leader: Torbjörn Thiringer, Chalmers); Chalmers, RISE and University West. SEK 10.5 million. Two doctoral student positions, one at Chalmers and one at RISE (for which the student will be enrolled at University West).

Massive Urban Missions: Advancing and Delivering Climate Neutral Cities (Project leader: Kes McCormick, LU); Lund University and LiU. SEK 9.8 million. Two doctoral student positions, one at each of the two institutions.

Read more (text in Swedish):

Hållbara städer i fokus - 63 miljoner till tvärvetenskaplig forskning

 

 

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