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Department of Energy Technology

The Department of Energy Technology (EGI) aims at contributing to welfare and development through world class research and education in innovative energy technologies and systems, and promotion of the energy sector transition towards sustainability.

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Social benefits - impact

Sign "Valencia" from the city, a sunny day.
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KTH students improve Spanish university campus

Over 100 KTH students have worked on creating sustainable energy system proposals for Valencia’s technical university. Each year the students of Energy Management, an international masters programme, ...

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Being relevant is key to dissemination

The energy field can make large contributions to a sustainable future – which is the reason why Björn Palm from Department of Energy Technology goes to work every morning. Being relevant to the indust...

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Tool helps developing countries with energy planning – to limit costs

KTH has developed a tool for energy and integrated water-energy-land use planning: The Open Source energy Modelling System (OSeMOSYS). The tool calculates the least-cost electricity, energy and resour...

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The social benefits of the ITM school - Impact

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Page responsible:Oxana Samoteeva
Belongs to: Energy Technology
Last changed: May 24, 2022