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News in sustainable development at KTH

News in sustainable development at KTH

KTH sustainability news

  • A programmable switch that was used in the research.
    A programmable switch that was used in the research.
    New cybersecurity analysis solution leads to significant reduction in energy consumption
    19 Feb 2024

    By offloading calculations for complex cybersecurity analyses to network accelerators, energy consumption can be reduced by over 30 times, according to Mariano Scazzariello, a postdoctoral researcher ...

  • Woman talking on stage
    The Handbook on Climate Change and Technology is edited by Frauke Urban, Professor in the Management of Sustainable Energy Systems at the Department of Industrial Economics and Management (INDEK), and Johan Nordensvärd, Associate Professor in Technological Innovation at INDEK at KTH. Photo: Magnus Glans
    New anthology highlights technical solutions behind a successful climate transition
    16 Feb 2024

    Around 50 people attended the recent launch of the Handbook on Climate Change and Technology, which included panel debates and a networking lunch hosted by KTH Energy Platform and KTH Climate Action C...

  • Portrait of researcher
    “Our study shows that it is possible to get rid of carbon dioxide emissions by switching to a renewable energy system,” says Anders Wörman, professor and research leader (Photo: Christer Gummeson).
    How all of Europe can get green electricity
    14 Feb 2024

    Sun, wind and water are enough to supply Europe with electricity. In a study, researchers at KTH Royal Institute of Technology have shown that it is possible to replace fossil fuels with a renewable e...

  • Researcher next to the solar simulator
    Solar simulator enhances testing and training
    13 Feb 2024

    The sun has reached KTH in the form of a second test rig for sunlight simulation. The new solar simulator will transform the landscape of PV solar energy testing and training.

  • Broken pipeline leaking water on ground
    “One goal is for municipalities to make better decisions about water networks and reduce resource waste. Thanks to modeling using sensor data, we can more easily see what is happening in the pipes and more quickly locate leaks," says research leader Viktoria Fodor.
    Sensor technology finds leaks and tracks contaminants in drinking water
    6 Feb 2024

    Leaks from pipes in water supply networks cause significant losses of drinking water. Pipe leaks are often difficult to locate, and KTH researchers are developing sensor technology that would make it ...

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