KTH's energy research
KTH energy research and innovation is embedded in various disciplines from nano technology to economy.
Several research centres and departments are entirely directed towards the field of energy. Research and innovation ranges from new nuclear reactors to more efficient solar cells, from smart grids to efficient heat pumps, from bio fuels to batteries, from turbo machinery to fusion reactors.
KTH offers an environment for a wide area of energy research and innovation having:
- ~ 35 professors
- ~ 100 senior researchers
- ~ 300 PhD students
- ~ 6 MSc programmes within energy
- ~ 300 MSEK/year
Recent evaluation of energy research at KTH by international expert panel: