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  • Sound for Energy

    Sound for Energy - Sonic Interaction Design to Support Energy Efficiency Behaviour in the Household

  • CLEWs article published in Nature Climate Change July 2013 issue

    This article was written by some of our dESA researchers in collaboration with the International Atomic Energy Agency, International Renewable Energy Agency IRENA, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis, Stockholm Environment Institute, United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, Food and Agriculture Organization and Agricultural Research and Extension Unit.

  • Building the supergrid

    KTH Royal Institute of Technology researchers are helping to ensure that the power grids of the future meet the new demands created by renewable energy.

  • A smart experimental residence for students

    Per Lundqvist is involved in developing a unique student residence that will be equipped with smart and energy efficient solutions. He has done research in such areas as energy conversion and making energy use more efficient, with a view towards sustainable development.

  • A Richter Scale for Power Outages

    A KTH researcher has developed a calibrated system to measure the effects of electric power cuts similar to the Richter scale that indicates the strength of earthquakes. The idea is to increase understanding of how society is affected by power outages and help forecast the return on investments in more secure electrical networks.