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  • Visitors from Sri Lanka
    Sri Lankan partners visit at EGI
    25 Oct 2022
    During the first week of October the Sri Lankan university partners in the EUSL project were visiting KTH. The Department of Energy Technology offered the long distance guests a packed program.
  • Group photo of the participants
    KTH provides Valencia with sustainable energy plan
    29 Sep 2022
    Bio waste that generates biogas for public transport was one of the suggestions from the winning team that charmed the jury when master students from EGI competed about best proposal for a sustainable...
  • Foto: Kyoto Group - Heatcube
    A “power bank” for renewables
    28 Sep 2022
    Imagine a factory with a giant "power bank" charged with renewable energy when the availability is good and electricity prices low. To be discharged as heat when sun and wind are scarce and prices hig...
  • A smiling man holding a diploma. He is surrounded by three men and a woman.
    Supervisor of the Year Rafael Eduardo Guedez Mata, with his award and four of his students. Photo: Private
    Trust is essential to this year’s ‘Supervisor of the Year’
    19 Aug 2022
    This year’s ‘Supervisor of the Year 2021/2022’ award goes to Rafael Eduardo Guedez Mata, a researcher at the EKV Heat and Power Technology division at the ITM School. This is the second year the Ph.D....
  • Brännboll players
    A brännboll session at Uggleviksparken where both faculty and students participated.
    A summer event at EGI – in real life
    20 Jun 2022
    After two years of pandemic and Zoom happenings, the Sustainable Energy Engineering program was finally able to make the SEE summer event a reality. On June 3, the master students could enjoy brännb...
  • Man on a roof top with solar cells.
    Nelson Sommerfeldt is a small-town kid working as a researcher in exotic Stockholm.
    Energy research helps boost heat pumps in the U.S.
    7 Jun 2022
    Researcher Nelson Sommerfeldt is spreading the impact of Swedish energy research. With the U.S. University Michigan Tech, KTH now helps decarbonize home heating on a new continent.


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Last changed: Aug 12, 2022