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The Earth’s resources are finite and the world is facing comprehensive challenges. The creation of a sustainable supply of energy is a must. MDH’s research in Future Energy Center is internationally recognised, and numerous projects are conducted together with private enterprise.


Future Energy Center

The Earth’s resources are finite and the world is facing comprehensive challenges. The creation of a sustainable supply of energy is a must. MDH’s research in Future Energy Center is internationally recognised, and numerous projects are conducted together with private enterprise.

Together the University’s researchers are for example developing efficient and innovative energy systems that have less negative impact on the environment and that minimise emissions. They are producing new methods of using renewable energy, for example solar power and biomass. Through efficient purifying processes nature and humans are affected less – vital research which contributes in a concrete way towards solutions to the global challenges of our time.

Future Energy Center conducts research within the following areas:

  • Renewable energy with focus on biomass and bioenergy
  • Energy efficiency and emissions mitigation
  • Simulation and optimisation for future industrial applications (SOFIA)



Third-cycle studies

The framework of the research specialisation of Future Energy Center encompasses the third-cycle subject area of energy and environmental engineering. Furthermore this activity is involved in Resource-Efficient Energy Systems in the Built Environment.

Renewable Energy

Research group

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Energy Efficiency and Emissions Mitigation

Resarch group

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More information about Future energy

Fore more information about Future energy,
please contact Research leader Eva Thorin.

Forskningsledare

Eva Thorin

+4621101564

eva.thorin@mdh.se