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  • Wave energy benefits from the mistakes of wind power

    Is wave energy the new star of renewables? The potential is great and a research team at KTH works towards a faster development for harvesting the powers of the seas.


    Designing digital technologies for supporting energy-related behavior change in the kitchen.

  • Event Horizon

    Beyond the event horizon: tools to explore local energy transformations

  • Energy Review

    A systematic review of scientific literature on digital behavior change interventions for more sustainable energy behavior.

  • Students make Indian city Gurugram sustainable

    The yearly competition for the students from the Energy management course was completed on Wednesday last week. The students have been working with suggestions for city development – this year a district in the Indian town of Gurugram was in focus. The task is to develop a nearly zero energy and emission district by reducing energy demand, increase renewables and reduce CO2 emissions.

  • Master students pitched sustainable energy plan for city in China

    Solar panels and wind turbines where production is supported by batteries that store the energy generated. Biogas as fuel, produced from the city's organic waste. But above all, an innovative citizen oriented credit system that promotes a sustainable lifestyle. That was the proposal for a sustainable energy plan for the Chinese city of Meili that masters students from KTH pitched on a visit there in late September.

  • Energy solution in sight for remote regions

    New solution can achieve sustainable electricity supply both in remote regions and cities. A self-sustaining sustainable solution for energy in Arctic Communities has been devised by Qianwen Xu, Assistant Professor of Electric Power Engineering. The solution is on IVAs 100-list 2023 and can improve sustainable electricity supply in remote regions.

  • Researchers on the transformation towards sustainable energy

    Can economic growth be sustainable, is the transition to a fossil-free future achievable and what is the biggest change researchers want to see by 2040? These are some of the questions that were answered at the KTH Energy Dialogue.

  • KTH researchers behind breakthrough set to halve data centre energy consumption

    Researchers at KTH have found a way to improve the efficiency of the world’s internet servers. By co-ordinating data traffic, they have succeeded in increasing the speed of computations and data transfers. Their software has the potential to halve the energy consumption of data centres.

  • Research on transitioning to renewable energy sources wins SER Junior Prize

    Analysing the challenges in the transition from conventional to renewable energy sources gave Stefan Stankovic, a doctoral student at KTH, the SER Junior Prize.

  • Total climate impact of properties in focus in new study

    The building stock has a significant long-term climate impact. Researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology have observed this when investigating the climate impact of recently constructed residences in Hammarby Sjöstad, Stockholm. They discovered that some properties are associated with 50 percent more emissions than others.