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  • Trash-to-Energy Project in Bolivia Wins Funding

    KTH researchers have received the coveted “Nordic Climate Facility Grant” for a sustainability project in Bolivia that transforms domestic and industrial waste into energy.

  • KTH at Nordic Energy Outlook

    The KTH Energy Platform put the university’s research breadth on display in March at the annual Nordic Energy Outlook conference in Gothenburg. Staged by the Swedish Energy Agency, the conference brought together producers, consumers, regulators and academics for three days of exhibitions and presentations.

  • KTH and World Cup city focus on urban planning

    Curitiba is one of the twelve cities in Brazil where World Cup matches will be played, and it has one of the modern arenas in the country. The city also has a collaboration with KTH Royal Institute of Technology on sustainable urban planning.

  • Almedalen - Forskning för framtidens hållbara energisystem

    Framtidens energisystem utvecklas för att uppnå hållbarhetsmål. KTH bedriver forskning för att ta fram lösningar för framtidens energisystem med utveckling av ny teknik och nya metoder. Seminariet ger smakprov från forskning inom olika vetenskapsområden som teknik, ekonomi och beteende.

  • Taking stock of Obama's climate plan

    US President Barack Obama’s recently-unveiled Climate Action Plan has provoked strong reactions in America; though it’s generally agreed the changes will have worldwide reverberations. Some of KTH’s experts on sustainable energy have their say on why that is – and why you should care.

  • Research Maps Policy, Technology Path for Bolivian Biogas

    KTH researchers work with local partners to help the Bolivian cities of La Paz and El Alto develop strategies for biogas recovery from organic waste. The technical, social and economic challenges are daunting, but solving them could reduce the Andean nation’s heavy costs for energy subsidies and at the same time avert a looming shortage in landfill capacity.

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