Welcome to the Division of Energy Systems!
The Division of Energy Systems analyzes the energy system with the aim of developing sustainable energy systems. Research is conducted within three main areas: national, regional and local energy systems, industrial energy systems and building energy systems.
Grants from Formas
Professor Bahram Moshfegh has received a grant of 3 million SEK from the Swedish Research Council Formas for a project that will contribute to sustainable development. The project will investigate whether it is the most sustainable and energy efficient to renovate or to demolish and build new public buildings. (2016-11-21)
Article on renovation of historic buildings
Vlakto Milić, PhD-student at the Division of Energy Systems, was interviewed in the last number of Energi & Miljö published by the Swedish Society of Energy and Environmental Technology. Vlatko talks about his Master’s Thesis where he uses life cycle cost optimization to study suitable renovation measures for historic buildings in Visby. Read more here! (2016-11-11)
Conference on fourth generation district heating
Tommy Rosen, Louise Trygg and Stefan Blomkvist participate in the conference 2nd International Conference on Smart Energy Systems and 4th Generation District Heating in Aalborg, Denmark, 27-28 September. Tommy presents his study on opportunities for increased efficiencies in district heating systems as a result of better systems integration between power plants and customers and Louise talks about how combined heat and power can contribution to a fully balanced and renewable energy systems. (2016-09-26)
Our latest publications
Paramonova, S. & Thollander, P., 2016. Ex-post impact and process evaluation of the Swedish energy audit policy programme for small and medium-sized enterprises. Journal of Cleaner Production 135, pp. 932–949.
Paramonova, S. & Thollander, P., 2016. Energy-efficiency networks for SMEs: Learning from the Swedish experience. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 65, pp. 295–307.
Johansson, M. T., 2016. Effects on global CO2 emissions when substituting LPG with bio-SNG as fuel in steel industry reheating furnaces: The impact of different perspectives on CO2 assessment. Energy Efficiency (accepted for publication).
Available master thesis projects in English
- Energy audit of a car selling company
Visiting address: House A, entrance 13/15, floor 3, corridor B, Campus Valla Linköping
Last updated: Wed Nov 23 09:00:37 CET 2016