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Truck with timber
The forestry industry wants to reduce emissions from transport and aims to have half of freight transport electrified by 2030 (Photo: Scania)

Electrifying transport in the forestry sector

The forestry industry has set an ambitious target – to electrify half of the transports by 2030. How to get there? KTH researchers will help to answer that question.

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Portrait Eva Halén
“Because we don't want to create unnecessary barriers for the students and researchers who approach us, we choose to have low thresholds for the projects we take on. We want to give as many people as possible the chance to try to bring their inventions and ideas to the market,” says Eva Halén, business development coach at KTH Innovation.

From CEO to Business Coach at KTH

After decades as a CEO of large companies, she returned to the university - now in the role of a business coach. Today she helps researchers and students realise their dreams through KTH Innovation. ...

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Top from left: Jennifer Mack, Lars Wågberg, Nemrit Kaur. Bottom: Sverker Sörlin, Catherine Trask and Daisy Pooler.

Newsmakers at KTH – May 2024

Who has received what when it comes to funding? What findings, results and researchers have attracted attention outside KTH? Under the vignette Newsmakers, we provide a selection of the latest news an...

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