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  • The SDGs hit hard by the pandemic

    Asian man getting water from an outdoor tap.
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    Published Oct 20, 2021

    It is not only humans who have been affected by the pandemic. So has the work on the UN's Sustainable Development Goals. But, according to a new study, there also exists a silver lining for sustainabl...

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  • KTH students improve Spanish university campus

    Sign "Valencia" from the city, a sunny day.
    Photo: Reiseuhu on Unsplash
    Published Sep 30, 2021

    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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  • KTH develops the future aircraft engine

    Foto: Artturi Jalli på Unsplash
    Published Aug 23, 2021

    KTH participates in a project that develops the future aircraft engine. "H2Jet" has received SEK 15 million from the Swedish Energy Agency to develop critical components for hydrogen propulsion with g...

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  • Francesco Fuso-Nerini receives teacher award

    Francesco Fuso-Nerini in front of a tree
    Published Jun 16, 2021

    He conducts extensive and pioneering sustainability-related education and research, and has started international collaborations spanning over many research areas. For that Francesco Fuso-Nerini at th...

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  • The staff will return to campus starting August 16th

    Department of Energy Technology
    Published Jun 03, 2021

    President Sigbritt Karlsson welcomes all staff back to campus in the autumn

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  • KTH Live-in Lab's presents its annual report for 2020

    Published May 07, 2021

    "2020 has once again been a very exciting year for KTH Live-In Lab as a research center", writes CEO Jonas Anund Vogel in the newly released annual report.

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  • Energy students present their work at the Legionella information day

    Jennie and Linnea
    Published Apr 30, 2021

    Jennie Lindblom and Linnea Persson, our 2020 KEX Students, have presented their work at Legionella information day hosted by Säker Vatten (an organization with focus on safe water installations in bui...

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  • Being relevant is key to dissemination

    Illustration of Björn Palm surrounded by houses and greenery.
    Published Apr 07, 2021

    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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  • Per Lundqvist - new Vice President for Sustainability

    Per Lundqvist, Professor, Vice Rector for Sustainability
    Published Mar 29, 2021

    Per Lundqvist from EGI has become the new Vice President for Sustainable Development at KTH

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  • “I want my research to matter”

    Published Mar 17, 2021

    He is passionate about sustainable development. Francesco Fuso Nerini’s motive to make his work known to others is simple: to make a difference. ”As researchers we have a duty to produce quality resea...

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  • Accelerating the transition to clean and modern cooking for the 3 billion people without access

    Photo credit: Youssef Boulkaid
    Published Mar 10, 2021

    More than 3 billion people worldwide still do not have access to clean cooking, which results in around 4 million premature deaths annually related to household air pollution (WHO, 2018), and in a num...

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  • Open position as Industrial PhD student at NIBE

    NIBE heat pump.
    Published Feb 23, 2021

    One of Europe’s leading manufacturers of heat pumps, NIBE, together with Electricité de France (EDF) is looking for an industrial ph.d. student, to be supervised from the French university Mines Paris...

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  • Average and Marginal CO2eq emission factors

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    Published Feb 22, 2021

    On Friday the 4th, a seminar/discussion about Marginal and Average CO2 eq emission factors took place online. It had been organized by EGI PhD students to try to get a better understanding of this top...

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  • Wanted: ventilation team for buildings post corona

    Conference room in the basement of KTH Live-in Lab.
    KTH Live-In Lab wants to find partners interested in how to ensure risk free indoor space during a challenge such as the corona virus.
    Published Feb 03, 2021

    Will ventilation systems in future buildings be designed in a different way to minimize spread of bacteria and virus? This question is raised by KTH Live-In Lab who’s looking for new partners to solve...

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  • Successful PhD defence by Jenny Gabriela Pena Balderrama

    Published Feb 02, 2021

    On the 18th December 2020, Jenny Gabriela Pena Balderrama from the division of Energy Systems KTH-dES, successfully defended her PhD thesis on the topic “Exploring low-carbon development pathways for ...

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  • FAO Water-Energy-Food Nexus Webinar series

    Published Jan 26, 2021

    This FAO series — organized in collaboration with SEI and KTH Royal Institute of Technology — introduces nexus concepts and gives examples of current efforts and best practices in the Near East and No...

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  • Chang Su makes district heating more sustainable

    Published Dec 08, 2020

    Chang Su's IRIS related research about the decarbonization of the Swedish district heating sector has received funding from the Swedish Energy Agency.

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  • EGI writes energy history with the heat pump

    White house covered in snow.
    The heat pump technology would prove to be a good fit in the country of Sweden, mainly due to our cold climate. Photo: Malin on Unsplash
    Published Dec 08, 2020

    The oil crisis of the 70s marked the start of an energy transition where the heat pump would become something of a success story in Sweden. Björn Palm at the Department of Energy Technology (EGI) talk...

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  • Emma Nyholm Humire receives best thesis award

    Published Dec 04, 2020

    Emma Nyholm Humire has received her best thesis award - Ebbe Lyths Stipendium at Svenska Kyl och Värmepump dagen.

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  • Alumni meet-up confirms life after graduation

    Published Nov 18, 2020

    There is a life after graduation. This was clear at the alumni meetup for the Master program Sustainable energy engineering, SEE on Friday. Alumni, faculty and currents students, met on zoom for inspi...

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