New visualization tool for climate data


Panorama is the name of a new visualization tool developed by the software company ClimateView in collaboration with Vattenfall. The tool visualizes changes in climate emissions in Sweden and their relation to policy instruments and specific efforts, that have been put into practice. The project is supported by three authorities responsible for continuously introducing up-to-date content into the tool’s database: The Swedish Climate Policy Council (Klimatpolitiska rådet), the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency (Naturvårdsverket), and the Swedish Energy Agency (Energimyndigheten).


34 million SEK to Center for Swedish batteries (SweBAL)


The Center for Swedish batteries has been granted 34 million kr from Vinnova to develop new types of lightweight, inexpensive, environmentally friendly, and safe ultra-high-energy storage batteries. Among the partners in this alliance are Uppsala University, Chalmers, KTH, RISE, ABB, Volvo, Northvolt, Höganäs, Saft, Scania and Stena. Prof. Kristina Edström from Uppsala University will lead the center.

IEA – Tracking Clean Energy Progress


Latest data on how well energy technologies and key sectors are doing in meeting long-term climate goals. Hint: not well.

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Autonomous vehicles, batteries and clean steel among 44 possible subjects for partnerships in the coming Horizon Europe R&D programme

Horizon Europe partnerships

Virtually all current joint undertakings are slated to continue in some form, alongside new partnerships on driverless cars, space, and clean steel

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KTH partner in the new EIT Urban Mobility


EIT Urban Mobility is dedicated to accelerating solutions that improve our collective use of urban spaces, while ensuring accessible, convenient, safe, efficient, sustainable and affordable multimodal mobility.

EIT Urban Mobility’s objective is to rethink urban spaces, overcoming fragmentation by integrating all urban mobility players – including cities and citizens – and increasing social inclusion and equality.

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