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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. 









Member of program council
Bahram Professor Bahram Moshfegh has been elected as a member of the program council of the program board EFFSYS EXPAND. EFFSYS EXPAND is a research program where industry, academia and the energy agency collaborate on research, development and innovation in resource efficient cooling and heat pump systems and cooling and heat storage. The program runs over the time period 2014-09-01 to 2018-09-01. (2014-10-27)

Latest publication
Andersson, V., Broberg Viklund, S., Hackl, R., Karlsson, M., Berntsson, T. Algae-based Biofuels Production as Part of an Industrial Cluster. Accepted for publication in Biomass and Bioenergy. (2014-10-27)

Research on energy efficiency
On the 10th of December, the Swedish Energy Agency will arrange an information day on energy efficiency in SMEs (small and medium sized enterprises). Several researchers from the Department of Energy Systems will present their results. (2014-10-22)

Energy Efficiency Financial Group

Patrik Thollander is part of the EU commission working group, Energy Efficiency Financial Group (EEFIG), which is working on energy efficiency investments in the EU. (2014-10-22)



Roadmap for SME
On the 27th of November, Patrik Thollander will participate in a IEA workshop to develop a roadmap for SME (small and medium sized companies). (2014-10-22)

Policy instruments for energy efficiency
On the 6th of November, Patrik Thollander is invited to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to discuss the Swedish policy instruments related to more efficient energy use in industry. (2014-10-22)

Energy efficiency in industry
The 5th of November are Svetlana Paramonova and Patrik Thollander invited to the Swedish Energy Agency to present their results from a project on energy efficiency networks in industries. (2014-10-22)

Latest publication
Broström, T., Erisson, P., Liu, L., Rohdin, P., Ståhl, F., Moshfegh, B. A method to Assess the Potential for and Consequences of Energy Retrofits in Swedish Historic Buildings. The Historic Buildings, 2014, 150-166. (2014-10-14)

Industry-employed PhD student
Jan Bleyl has started as an industry-employes PhD student at Energy systems. Jan lives in Austria and runs a company on energy services. He has helped several countries, such as South Africa and Jordan to start up their energy service markets. Jan will work part time at the division with integrated energy service solutions. (2014-09-29)



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Master thesis projects 

Unfortunately we have no advertised master thesis projects at the moment. 

Read more about our available and ongoing master projects here.


Fr  2014-10-17  Maria Andersson, FOI - Modellering och prediktering av efterfrågemönster och marginalkostnadsmönster (10.15-11.30  Palmberget) - in Swedish

Fr  2014-11-21  Lisa Carlsson, IEI - “Effektiv lärande för hållbar utveckling i stora studentgrupper” (10.15-11.30  Palmberget) - in Swedish

Find more information about our seminars here.

Master thesis presentations

At the moment there are no scheduled master thesis presentations.      

Find out more about ongoing master thesis projects here. 

Graduate studies

Find out more about the Energy Systems Programme here. 




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Last updated: 2014-10-30