The KTH Energy Platform assembles expertise from a range of academic disciplines to focus on the transformation of today’s energy systems in support of sustainable economic growth, reduced environmental impacts and improved national security. This effort encompasses traditional energy sources such as fossil fuels, nuclear and hydroelectric, more efficient transmission and distribution systems, emerging renewable sources such as wind and solar power, and storage technologies such as batteries and fuel cells.
Energy Research at KTH ~ 450 researchers, 48 research groups and 15 research centers
The Energy Platform coordinates education and research in pursuit of solutions that defy tidy categorisation into traditional fields of study. From more efficient electric vehicle batteries to strategies for carbon sequestration to pursuit of commercially viable solar systems—and much more—KTH has staked out a leading position in developing the sustainable energy systems of the future.
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Energy Dialogue 2013 will be held on the 7th of November.
The Energy Platform is open to all KTH researchers and students interested in developing the energy systems of the future. We can also help you come in contact with KTH researchers working in specific energy-related fields. Please contact us through the link below.